Vegetables And Fruit Classes 17, 18, & 19

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Class 17, 18, 19

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CLASS 17, 18, 19

VEGETABLES & FRUIT

Chairperson: Frances Johnston (905-794-0134)

  1. Society is not responsible for indoor exhibits not removed by 6:00 pm Sunday unless arrangements have been made between the exhibitor and the Committee in Charge.
  2. Entries exhibited on a paper plate, if not specified.

JUDGING STANDARDS: Horticultural judging standards by Ministry of Agriculture and Food.

BEETS: 6-8 cm in diameter, stems trimmed & rubbed clean, not washed or scrubbed, root may be trimmed to 1” approximately.

LEEKS: trimmed.

TOMATOES: The specimens should be typical of the cultivar, ripe, well matched, firm and free of cracks. Calyx (stem) should be intact. Small varieties must be shown as a tress.

ROOT CROPS: Should be brushed clean, not washed, stems trimmed, variety names where possible, AOV (any other variety).

CARROTS: Tops should be removed to at least 2 cm above crown. Roots should be cleaned and washed and tap roots left on.

CUCUMBERS: Entries should be well matched specimens, over eight inches, not over ripe, straight even-shaped with blunt ends. Colour should be dark green, surface smooth or warted, according to variety. One quarter inch to stem should be on specimen.

PEPPERS: Leave at least 2 cm of stem on fruit.

PUMPKINS: Stem should be left attached but trimmed.

 

CLASS 17 – SOFT FRUITS

  1. Apricots – 7 on a plate
  2. Grapes for wine – 2 clusters on a plate
  3. Grapes for the table – 2 clusters on a plate
  4. Plums – 5 on a plate
  5. Any other soft fruit not mentioned
  6. Raspberries

 

CLASS 18 – VEGETABLES

PRIZES FOR SECTIONS 1-48:

1st- $5.00, 2nd- $4.00, 3rd- $3.00, 4th- $2.00

First prize of 25 kg. fertilizer donated by Agri-Turf Ltd. will be awarded in sections noted (*).

  1. Beans, any variety – 6 on a plate
  2. Beets, round – 5 on a plate *
  3. Beets, cylindrical – 5 on a plate
  4. Beets, novelty – 5 on a plate
  5. Cabbage, winter – 1
  6. Cabbage, AOV – 1
  7. Carrots, long – 5 on a plate *
  8. Carrots, AOV – 5 on a plate
  9. Cauliflower – 1 *
  10. Corn, sweet table – 5 cobs
  11. Corn, popcorn – 5 cobs
  12. Corn, ornamental long – 5 cobs
  13. Corn, AOV – 5 cobs
  14. Cucumber, table – 3 on a plate
  15. Eggplant – 2
  16. Garlic – 3 on a plate
  17. Gourds, large – 3 the same
  18. Leeks – 5
  19. Lettuce, leaf (1 head with roots in water)
  20. Lettuce, Head variety – 1
  21. Swiss Chard, 3 leaves displayed in water
  22. Kale, 3 leaves displayed in water
  23. Onions, white skin – 5 on a plate
  24. Onions, red skin – 5 on a plate
  25. Onions, yellow skin – 5 on a plate
  26. Onions, AOV – 5 on a plate
  27. Parsnips – 5
  28. Peppers – green – 5 on a plate *
  29. Peppers, AOV – 5 on a plate
  30. Peppers, Hot, any variety – 5 on a plate
  31. Potatoes, Yukon Gold – 5 on a plate
  32. Potatoes, white – 5 on a plate *
  33. Potatoes, red – 5 on a plate
  34. Potatoes, AOV – 5 on a plate
  35. Pumpkin, pie type – 2 *
  36. Pumpkin, AOV – 1
  37. Pumpkin, jack-o-lantern – 1
  38. Squash, zucchini, small – 2
  39. Squash, pepper/acorn – 2
  40. Squash, butternut – 2
  41. Squash, AOV – 1
  42. Tomatoes, red – 5 on a plate *
  43. Tomatoes, green – 5 on a plate
  44. Tomatoes, beefsteak – 2 on a plate
  45. Tomatoes, cherry type (-1 tress) on a plate
  46. Tomatoes, plum type – 5 on a plate
  47. Tomatoes, grape type – 5 on a plate
  48. Collection of small ornamental gourds, 3-5 varieties in a basket, 3 each variety
  49. Collection of Herbs displayed on a tray, named
  50. Collection of small squash

PRIZES FOR SECTION 49 & 50:

1st- $8.00, 2nd- $5.00, 3rd- $3.00, 4th-$2.00

  1. Collection of vegetables – 3 each of carrots, potatoes, onions, plus 3 other vegetables of your choice, 3 of each.
  2. Garden Salsa – 4 or more home grown vegetables that would be used to make salsa, suitably arranged, include a recipe. To be judged on the condition and variety of vegetables.
  3. Ugly Potato – 1
  4. Craziest Carrot – 1
  5. Weirdest Tomato – 1
  6. Supersized Beet – 1
  7. Giant Turnip –
  8. Largest Sunflower Head – 1 with seeds
  9. Longest Scillian Zucchini – 1
  10. Heaviest Zucchini – 1

 

CLASS 19 – FRUIT

First prize of 25 kg. fertilizer donated by Ari-Turf Ltd. will be awarded in sections noted (*)

  1. Delicious apples – 5 on a plate
  2. Cortland applies – 5 on a plate
  3. Macintosh apples – 5 on a plate
  4. Northern Spy – 5 on a plate
  5. Any other variety – 5 on a plate
  6. Crabapples – 5 on a plate
  7. Watermelon – 1
  8. Pears – 5 on a plate

Prizes for Section 9 – 1st- $8.00, 2nd- $5.00, 3rd- $3.00, 4th- $2.00

  1. Basket of home grown fruits – 6 varieties, 3 each. No market basket, not all apples.
  2. Judges Choice, Outstanding Fruit and Vegetable exhibit in the Show, ribbon only.