Vegetables & Farm Produce

Vegetables & Farm Produce

Section B

CONTACT: Kathy Baker 613-659-3050
COMMITTEE: Brieanna Moore, Greg Baker
ENTRY FEE: 10% of prize money.
PRIZES: $5 - $ 4 - $3
ROSETTE - BEST OF SHOW: Classes 1 - 37
PREMIER EXHIBITOR: Highest points in classes 1 - 37

RULES:
- Display entries on white plate, need not be paper, unless otherwise specified. All vegetables must be grown by the exhibitor.

CLASS
1. Beans, green bush, stems attached .................... 5 pods
2. Beans, yellow wax, stems attached ..................... 5 pods
3. Beans, novelty (not green or yellow stems att) ... 5 pods
4. Beets, table, tops removed to 1ʺ, root on..................... 3
5. Broccoli .............................................................. 1 head
6. Carrots, baby, tops removed to ½ʺ .............................. 3
7. Carrots, table, tops removed to ½ʺ .............................. 3
8. Cucumbers, slicing ...................................................... 3
9. Cucumbers, pickling ................................................... 3
10. Heirloom/Heritage vegetable, named .......................... 1
11. Herb, 1 variety, 3 stems, shown in water .................... 3
12. Lettuce, displayed in water ............................... 1 head
13. Onions, green, tops cut 6 - 8ʺ over white root ............. 3
14. Onions, table, tops trimmed to 1ʺ, root ½ʺ .................. 3
15. Peas, snow, in pods ..................................................... 3
16. Peas, table, in pods ...................................................... 3
17. Peppers, hot, named .................................................... 3
18. Peppers, sweet ............................................................. 3
19. Potatoes, red, named, dusted off, not washed ............. 3
20. Potatoes, white, named, dusted off, not washed .......... 3
21. Rhubarb, 2ʺ fan leaf, do not trim bottom, tied, no plate needed ... 3
22. Swiss Chard, standing in water ......................... 3 stalks
23. Squash, summer, any variety (e.g. Zucchini, scallop)... 3
24. Tomatoes, green, leave calyx on ................................. 3
25. Tomatoes, cherry/small fruit, on full truss
26. Creative arrangement using vegetables, edible flowers and herbs, minimum 5 varieties, any container
27. Jumbo - one overgrown vegetable, judged by size and weight, no plate needed
28. Garlic, cleaned, stem trimmed to 1ʺ, roots ½ʺ.... 3 bulbs
29. One dozen eggs, white shell
30. One dozen eggs, brown shell
31. One dozen eggs, any other variety or shell colour
32. One 500 ml glass bottle of maple syrup, DARK
33. One 500 ml glass bottle of maple syrup, LIGHT
34. Three patties of maple sugar
35. One jar honey, light or medium or dark, extracted
36. Unusual/funny looking vegetable…………1 specimen
37. Any other vegetable, not listed, named ....... 1 specimen

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