Home Garden Projects: Vegetable Entries

HOME GARDEN PROJECTS:  VEGETABLES

Bring a white paper plate (8″ or 9”) for each kind of vegetable. Write your name and phone # on the underside to avoid mix-ups. Vegetables must be FRESH, NOT FROZEN. All unclaimed vegetables will be tossed away at the end of the Fair.
One ribbon per plate will be awarded.
What judges look for in vegetables:
1. Free of dirt, disease, bruises and showing no blemishes of any kind
2. Exhibit is uniform in shape, size, and color
3. True to type, no mixing of different varieties on one plate
4. Market maturity – not the largest or the smallest
5. Correct number of vegetables of high quality on plate
Class 62 — Vegetables:
Beans – 10 pods
Beets – 5 (keep one inch of leaf stem)
Broccoli – 1 head (without leaves)
Brussels Sprouts – 10 sprouts
Cabbage – 1 head (without leaves)
Carrots – 5 (keep one inch of leaf stem)
Cauliflower – 1 head(keep one circle of leaves)
Celery – 1 stalk (roots in soil or water)
Cucumbers – 5 (without stems)
Eggplant – 1 (leave one half inch stem)
Endive – 1 plant (roots in soil or water)
Head lettuce -1 plant (roots in soil or water)
Kale – 1 plant (roots in soil or water)
Kohlrabi – 5 (remove roots and leaf stems)
Muskmelon & Cantaloupe – 1 (no stem)
Onion – 5 (remove roots and tops)
Parsley – 10 stems (tied in bundle)
Peppers – 5 (no stems)
Potatoes – (dry & cleaned, not washed)
Pumpkin – 1 (keep 1 inch of stem)
Radish – 10 (no tops)
Rhubarb – 5 pulled stalks (cut off leaf blades)
Salsify – 5 (keep one inch of leaf stems)
Squash – 3
Sweet Corn – 5 ears (with husks on)
Tomatoes – 10 cherry, 5 regular (remove stems)
Turnips – 5 (remove tops)
Watermelon – 1 (no stem)
Any other vegetables – Use sizes & numbers from similar vegetables listed above
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Pre-registration closes August 7, 2017 at 9 PM

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