Roots, Vegetables, Fruit & Eggs

DIRECTOR IN CHARGE: Sylvia Dawson-Orford (705-377-6605, sdorford@amtelecom.net)

RULES AND REGULATIONS:
1. Vegetables and roots are to be cleaned or polished, but not washed, before showing and must be worthy of a prize.
2. Roots, tomatoes and cucumbers are to be shown with stem.
3. Onions should be ready for winter storage, not peeled.
4. Corn to be husked with 1” (2.5 cm) stem left on.
5. All fruit must have some stem.
6. Unless specified, entries must be on plain white plates & uncovered.

Prize Money for Sections 1-74: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00

ROOTS & VEGETABLES
1. Three Red Pontiac Potatoes
2. Three Ruby Gold Potatoes
3. Three Red Chieftan Potatoes
4. Three Yukon Gold Potatoes
5. Three Russet Potatoes
6. Three Kennebec Potatoes
7. Three Potatoes (any other variety, named, eg. sweet)
8. Three Beets, Round
9. Three Beets, Cylindra
10. Three Garden Carrots (Over 6” [15 cm])
11. Three Garden Carrots (4-6” [10-15 cm])
12. Three Garden Carrots, Baby
13. Three Garden Carrots, Round
14. Three Parsnips
15. Three Ears Peaches & Cream Corn
16. Three Ears Sunny V Corn
17. Three Ears Seneca Corn
18. Three Ears Corn (any other variety, named)
19. Three Onions from Seed
20. Three Onions from Dutch Set
21. Three Garden Leeks
22. Three White Onions
23. Three Red Onions
24. Three Spanish Onions
25. Three Garlic Bulbs
26. One Quart Box of Top Onions, Everlasting
27. One Quart Box of Potato Onions, Multipliers
28. Three Green Sweet Peppers
29. Three Red Sweet Peppers
30. Three Yellow Sweet Peppers
31. Three Banana Sweet Peppers
32. Three Hot Peppers (any colour)
33. Three Large Red Tomatoes
34. Three Large Green Tomatoes
35. Three Tiny Red Tomatoes
36. Three Tiny Green Tomatoes
37. Three Yellow Tomatoes
38. Three Red Radishes
39. Three White Radishes
40. Three Stalks Rhubarb
41. Three Yellow Beans (any variety)
42. Three Green Beans (any variety)
43. String Beans (three each of two varieties)
44. Three Pods of Peas
45. Two Zucchini (maximum size 8” [20 cm])
46. Two Long English Cucumbers
47. Two Slicing Cucumbers (8-10” [20-25 cm])
48. Two Pickling Cucumbers (maximum 5” [13 cm])
49. One Garden Turnip (White)
50. One Turnip (Rutabaga)
51. One Bunch Celery
52. One Cabbage, Flat
53. One Cabbage, Round
54. One Cabbage, Savoy
55. One Cabbage, Red
56. One Cauliflower
57. One Head Broccoli
58. One Bunch Romaine Lettuce
59. One Kohlrabi
60. One Citron
61. One Muskmelon
62. One Watermelon
63. One Hubbard Squash
64. One Spaghetti Squash
65. One Pepper Squash
66. One Acorn Squash
67. One Butternut Squash
68. One Field Pumpkin
69. One Pie Pumpkin
70. One Quart Box Brussel Sprouts
71. Vegetable (not found anywhere else in the prize list, named)
72. Oddity of Nature
73. Herb Collection (at least 4 varieties in an attractive setting, herbs must be fresh, not dried)
74. Teddy Bear Sunflower (no roots)

Prize Money for Sections 75-78: One Prize of $5.00

75. Tallest Sunflower
76. Largest Sunflower Head
77. Largest Pumpkin
78. Largest Zucchini

Prize Money for Section 79: 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00

79. Garden Collection Artistically Displayed (Prizes not necessarily given for quantity. Minimum 10” x 10” [25 x 25 cm] to maximum 15” x 15” [38 x 38 cm])

Prize Money for Sections 80-94: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00

FRUIT
80. Three Macintosh Apples
81. Three Duchess Apples
82. Three Transparent Apples
83. Three Apples (any other variety, named)
84. Three Crab Apples, Eating (named)
85. Three Crab Apples (any other variety, named)
86. Three Pears
87. Chokecherries (½ pint)
88. Raspberries, Wild (½ pint)
89. Raspberries, Tame (½ pint)
90. Everbearing Strawberries (½ pint)
91. Hawberries (½ pint)

EGGS
92. Dozen Hen Eggs A Large, White
93. Dozen Hen Eggs A Large, Brown
94. Dozen Hen Eggs A Large, Any Other Colour