GTA`s storage and handling contract applies to the storage and/or storage of goods on the farm. The document describes the chemicals permitted for post-harvest use and the applicable maximum residue limits (MRLs) for cereals released into the Australian domestic or export market. Residue levels apply to cereals dropped during the 2020/21 season. Industry is encouraged to familiarize itself with this document to ensure that Australian grains continue to meet the requirements of the chemical residue market. This baseline data was compiled by GTA in collaboration with the Industry Working Group, which was established to verify and evaluate the various codes to be used. Submissions are now received for the applicability of the developed database.