roots, vegetables & fruit

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ROOTS, VEGETABLES & FRUIT

Prize Money     $2.00   $1.50   $1.25 (unless stated otherwise)

Exhibitors may have two entries in each class.  Do not wash beets or carrots, polish with a dry cloth only.  Onions should be left with skins on, ready to store for the winter.  Roots must be intact and trimmed.

  1. Pumpkin, with stem
  2. Squash, with stem
  3. Zucchini (largest)
  4. Zucchini (eating), 3
  5. Green Cabbage, 1 head
  6. Red Cabbage, 1 head
  7. Leaf Lettuce, 1 bunch
  8. Romaine Lettuce, 1 bunch
  9. Celery, 1 bunch
  10. Cauliflower, 1 head
  11. Broccoli, 1 head
  12. Radishes, 1 bunch of 6
  13. Table Turnips, 2 with stems
  14. Cucumber, 2 large, green with 1" stem
  15. Cucumber, 3 dill, with  1" stem
  16. Cylinder Beets, 3
  17. Blood Beets, 3 not over 2 ½ “ in diameter
  18. Peppers, 1
  19. Table Carrots, 3 with 1" stem 6" and under
  20. Table Carrots, 3 with 1" stem, over 6"
  21. Eating Corn, 3 cobs, completely husked        
  22. Rhubarb, 3 stems
  23. Peas, 3 pods
  24. Green Beans, 3
  25. Yellow Beans, 3
  26. Green Tomatoes, 3 with 1" stem
  27. Red Tomatoes, 3 with 1" stem
  28. Cherry  or Tiny Tim Tomatoes, 1 pint
  29. Tomatoes Any Other Colour, 3
  30. Onions, 3
  31. Garlic, 3 cloves
  32. Leeks, 3
  33. Kale, 3 stems
  34. Any Other vegetable, not listed, 3 specimens
  35. Vegetable Animal - completely vegetable
  36. Vegetable Oddity - Unusual natural growth
  37. Vegetable Collection,               $5.00      $3.00     $2.00
    • not to exceed 2' x 2', (all vegetables must be grown
      by the exhibitor)
  38. Director’s Special                    $10.00    $5.00      $3.00

 “Decorated Mr & Mrs Potato Head”

(All items must be grown or made by the exhibitor. To be judged on quality, originality and appearance.)

  1. Collection of 3 Named Herbs,
    • to be shown in three separate, attached, water-filled containers
  2. Apples, 3 any kind, must be grown by the exhibitor
  3. Berries, any variety, 40 on a small plate
  4. Melon, 1 specimen with stem
  5. Any Other Fruit, not listed, 3 specimens
    • eg. clusters of grapes, apples, etc.

Vegetable Exhibits

 

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