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Vegetable Exhibition General Info

Superintendent: William Clark, Danvers MA

Home Gardens Co-Chairpersons: David Favallaro, Groveland MA;
Anthony Bonnano, Topsfield MA

Commercial Chairperson: Tony Forgetta, Methuen MA

Head Clerks: Marilyn Crosby; Amy Cavallaro

Judges: George Hamilton, Hillsborough County Extention Educator, Agricultural Resources, NH
Amy Ouellette, Merrimack County, Agricultural Resources, Director NH

All classes can have multiple entries as long as they are different varieties.

Rules & Regulations

  1. ALL ENTRY FORMS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 5:00 P.M., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. OUT OF CONSIDERATION FOR OUR CLERKS, PLEASE PREREGISTER YOUR ENTRIES BY MAILING TO THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE, P.O. BOX 134, TOPSFIELD, MA 01983. PLEASE BRING PRODUCE TO THE VEGETABLE BUILDING BETWEEN 5:00 P.M. AND 9:00 P.M. ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH. THE BUILDING WILL BE CLOSED AT 10 P.M. ALL DISPLAYS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THIS TIME.
  2. All vegetables must be grown, selected and arranged by exhibitors and entered in proper class.
  3. Exhibitors should select specimens uniform in size, shape and color, true to type, and of prime table quality (free of rot), washed when necessary.
  4. Leave only about one inch of top on plate exhibits of beets, carrots, parsnips, onions, radishes, etc.
  5. A desk for making entries with a member of the committee in attendance will be found in the vegetable building for your convenience.
  6. No exhibit will be entitled to a prize or other award unless it possesses points of superiority; and no award will be made to unworthy objects, though they may be the only ones of their kind on exhibition.
  7. No exhibitor may exhibit more than one entry of the same variety in any class.
  8. Special classes will be arranged for any recognized vegetable of merit if there are three entries, or at the discretion of the committee.
  9. The correct variety name must be entered with all vegetables to receive prizes.
  10. BUILDING WILL BE LOCKED UNTIL 3:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH. EXHIBITS MUST BE PICKED UP BETWEEN 3:00 - 5:30PM. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH or they will be donated to a local food pantry.
  11. Points used in judging the three market pack class: quality (young and tender), appearance, uniformity, freedom from insect, disease and mechanical injury and trueness to type.
  12. ENTRY FORMS FOR FOLLOWING DISPLAYS MUST BE IN THE HAND OF THE VEGETABLE CLERK ONE WEEK BEFORE OPENING DAY: Sec. A. Class 2 - 4' x 8'; Sec. HA, Class 1 - 4' x 6'; Class 3 - Family Garden - Largest Circubit.
  13. All exhibitors must be 18 years of age or older.
  14. Any questions pertaining to rules and regulations, contact superintendent at (978) 790-3303.

Section A: "Commercial Growers Only"

Extra points given to vegetables requiring more skill to raise, the younger, tender vegetables to be given preference over older, coarser products.

Awards: FIRST $125.00 SECOND $100.00 THIRD $80.00 FOURTH $60.00 FIFTH $40.00 SPECIAL - SILVER PLATE

CLASS #

  1. Collection of three kinds of vegetables, one standard wholesale market pack of each.

    Awards: FIRST $250.00 SECOND $200.00 THIRD $175.00 FOURTH $150.00 FIFTH $125.00

    FIRST PLACE WINNER WILL RECEIVE THE HOBART CLARK MEMORIAL TROPHY

    Rules pertaining to Sec. A, Class 2; Sec. HA, Class 1:

    1. A list of vegetables, including variety, must be included as part of the display.
    2. Number of specimens should be the same as plate exhibits or full wholesale market packs (no dummying allowed).
    3. Judging Score Card: Quality, 50%, Arrangement, 30%, Number of kinds, 10%, Utility value, 10%.

  2. Farm Display, 4' x 8', including use of wall.

Special Awards

  1. PLATE CHAMPIONSHIP - To exhibitor receiving the largest number of first awards on squash, pumpkins, and plate exhibits (Sections C & D). Award: Rosette Ribbon and Silver Plate - no special entry necessary.

  2. SWEEPSTAKES PLATE PRIZE for the best plate of vegetables, any variety in the show (Section D only). Award: Rosette Ribbon and Silver Plate - no special entry required.

  3. BEST BOX, STANDARD MARKET PACK. Award: Rosette Ribbons.

  4. BEST EDUCATION EXHIBIT - FIRST $100 SECOND $50 THIRD $25
    • 3' x 4', plus wall
    • Agriculture Education Theme

Section B: Standard Market Pack (Commercial)

"Commercial Growers Only"

Awards: FIRST $35.00 SECOND $25.00 THIRD $20.00

CLASS #

  1. Best standard market pack, Green Beans
  2. Best standard market pack, Yellow Beans
  3. Best standard market pack, Shell Beans
  4. Best standard market pack, Beets, bunched (18)
  5. Best standard market pack, Broccoli
  6. Best standard market pack, Cabbage, Danish type
  7. Best standard market pack, Cabbage, Red type
  8. Best standard market pack, Cabbage, Savoy type
  9. Best standard market pack, Cabbage, any other type
  10. Best standard market pack, Carrots, Cut, any type
  11. Best standard market pack, Carrots, bunched
  12. Best standard market pack, Cauliflower
  13. Best standard market pack, Sweet Corn, Yellow
  14. Best standard market pack, Sweet Corn, White
  15. Best standard market pack, Sweet Corn, Yellow and White
  16. Best standard market pack, Cucumbers
  17. Best standard market pack, Pickling Cucumbers
  18. Best standard market pack, Egg Plant, Globular
  19. Best standard market pack, Egg Plant, Elongated
  20. Best standard market pack, Greens, any type
  21. Best standard market pack, Lettuce, Iceberg type
  22. Best standard market pack, Lettuce, any other type
  23. Best standard market pack, Onions, any type yellow
  24. Best standard market pack, Onions, any type any other color
  25. Best standard market pack, Summer Pascal, dozen bunch pack
  26. Best standard market pack, Parsnips (1/2 bushel pack)
  27. Best standard market pack, Peppers, California type
  28. Best standard market pack, Peppers, any red type
  29. Best standard market pack, Peppers, any yellow type
  30. Best standard market pack, Peppers, any other sweet type
  31. Best standard market pack, Peppers, hot
  32. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Russet
  33. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Green mountain
  34. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Katahdin
  35. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Kennebec
  36. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Cobbler type
  37. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Yukon gold
  38. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, any Red type
  39. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, any White type
  40. Best standard market pack, Potatoes, Fingerling
  41. Best standard market pack, Pumpkin, any type
  42. Best standard market pack, Squash, Acorn
  43. Best standard market pack, Squash, Buttercup
  44. Best standard market pack, Squash, Butternut, Any other winter squash
  45. Best standard market pack, Squash, Yellow, Summer type
  46. Best box Squash, Green, Summer type, handle basket pack
  47. Best standard market pack, of Tomatoes, field grown, stems off
  48. Best standard market pack, of Tomatoes, trellis grown, stems on
  49. Best standard market pack, of Tomatoes, Roma type, stems off
  50. Best standard market pack, of any other kind of vegetable

Section C: Squash And Pumpkin Exhibits (Commercial)

"Commercial Growers Only"

Awards: FIRST $12.00 SECOND $7.50 THIRD $5.00

CLASS #

  1. Pumpkin, sugar, 2 specimens
  2. Pumpkin, field, 2 specimens
  3. Pumpkin, Baby Boo, 5 specimens
  4. Pumpkin, Jack-B-Little, 5 specimens
  5. Pumpkin, any extra large type, 2 specimens
  6. Pumpkin, large specialty, 2 specimens
  7. Pumpkin, small specialty, 2 specimens
  8. Squash, Blue Hubbard, 2 specimens
  9. Squash, Turban, 2 specimens
  10. Squash, Butternut, 2 specimens
  11. Squash, Butter peeler, 2 specimens
  12. Squash, Carnival, 2 specimens
  13. Squash, Golden Delicious, 2 specimens
  14. Squash, Green Delicious, 2 specimens
  15. Squash, Green Acorn type, 2 specimens
  16. Squash, Golden Acorn type, 2 specimens
  17. Squash, Sweet Dumpling, 5 specimens
  18. Squash, Buttercup, 2 specimens
  19. Squash, Delicata, 2 specimens
  20. Squash, yellow summer, straight neck, 2 specimens
  21. Squash, Vegetable Spaghetti, 2 specimens
  22. Squash, Zucchini, 2 specimens
  23. Squash, Any other green type, 2 specimens
  24. Squash, Any other yellow type, 2 specimens
  25. Squash, Any other summer variety, 2 specimens
  26. Squash, Any other fall or winter variety, 2 specimens
  27. Watermelons, any variety, 2 specimens
  28. Muskmelons, any variety, 2 specimens
  29. Collection of Gourds, small types, 15-20 specimens
  30. Collection of Gourds, large types, 8-15 specimens

Section D: Plate Exhibits (Commercial)

"Commercial Growers Only"

Please note display rules.

Awards: FIRST $7.00 SECOND $5.00 THIRD $4.00

CLASS #

  1. Snap beans, any flat green type, 15 pods
  2. Snap beans, any round green type, 15 pods
  3. Snap beans, any flat yellow type, 15 pods
  4. Snap beans, any round yellow type, 15 pods
  5. Lima beans, any small type, 15 pods
  6. Lima beans, any large type, 15 pods
  7. Pole snap beans, any type, 15 pods
  8. Shell beans, any type, 15 pods
  9. Beets, any blood type, 5 specimens
  10. Beets, any other variety, 5 specimens
  11. Broccoli, 2 specimens
  12. Brussel Sprouts, 1 pint box
  13. Cabbage, Danish, 2 specimens
  14. Cabbage, Savoy, 2 specimens
  15. Cabbage, any Red variety, 2 specimens
  16. Kale, ornamental type, 2 specimens
  17. Cabbage, any other type, 2 specimens
  18. Carrots, any long type, 5 specimens
  19. Carrots, any medium type, 5 specimens
  20. Carrots, any short type, 5 specimens
  21. Cauliflower, any variety, 2 specimens
  22. Celery, any type, 2 heads
  23. Sweet Corn, any yellow variety, 5 specimens
  24. Sweet Corn, any white variety, 5 specimens
  25. Sweet Corn, any yellow & white variety, 5 specimens
  26. Pop Corn, any variety, 5 specimens
  27. Cucumbers, any market variety, 3 specimens
  28. Cucumbers, Chinese Long Type, 3 specimens
  29. Cucumbers, any pickling variety, 10 specimens
  30. Eggplant, globular type, 2 specimens
  31. Eggplant, elongated type, 2 specimens
  32. Eggplant, any finger type, 5 specimens
  33. Endive, any type, 2 specimens
  34. Lettuce, any head type, 2 specimens
  35. Lettuce, any loose leaf type, 2 specimens
  36. Onions, any yellow type, 5 specimens
  37. Onions, any red type, 5 specimens
  38. Onions, any white type, 5 specimens
  39. Scallions (bunches), 2 specimens, with bulbs
  40. Onions, any multiplier variety, 5 specimens
  41. Parsley, any type, 2 specimens, complete plant, roots on
  42. Parsnips, any variety, 5 specimens
  43. Peas, any variety, 15 specimens
  44. Peas, Sugar Snap, 15 specimens
  45. Peppers, any green sweet type, 5 specimens
  46. Peppers, any red sweet type, 5 specimens
  47. Peppers, any yellow sweet type, 5 specimens
  48. Peppers, any green hot type, 5 specimens
  49. Peppers, any red hot type, 5 specimens
  50. Peppers, any yellow hot type, 5 specimens
  51. Potatoes, any red variety, 5 specimens
  52. Potatoes, Fingerling, 5 specimens
  53. Potatoes, Cobbler type, 5 specimens
  54. Potatoes, Green mountain, 5 specimens
  55. Potatoes, Katahdin, 5 specimens
  56. Potatoes, Kennebec, 5 specimens
  57. Potatoes, Russet type, 5 specimens
  58. Potatoes, Yukon Gold, 5 specimens
  59. Potatoes, any other variety, 5 specimens
  60. Radishes, 15 specimens
  61. Romaine, any type, 2 specimens
  62. Spinach, 2 specimens
  63. Swiss Chard, green (complete plants, roots off), 2 specimens
  64. Swiss Chard, Bright Lights (complete plants, roots off), 2 specimens
  65. Tomatoes, any Heirloom type, 5 specimens
  66. Tomatoes, any field type, 5 specimens
  67. Tomatoes, any yellow type, 5 specimens
  68. Tomatoes, any green variety, 5 specimens
  69. Tomatoes, red Cherry type, 10 specimens
  70. Tomatoes, green Cherry type, 10 specimens
  71. Tomatoes, any other Cherry type, 10 specimens
  72. Plum Tomatoes, any plum type, 5 specimens
  73. Tomatoes, any other type, 5 specimens
  74. Turnips, any type, 2 specimens
  75. Any decorative type of corn, 5 specimens
  76. Any decorative type of corn, mini, 5 specimens
  77. Any other type of greens, 2 specimens
  78. Any other worthy market variety of vegetable, 5 specimens
  79. Herbs, 5 different types, all individually potted in 6" pots

Section E: Family Garden Contest

Scarecrows, Sunflowers and Circubits (bring assistance) must be brought to vegetable building on Wednesday, September 26th, between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.

(One Entry per Family per Class)

Awards: FIRST $50 SECOND $45 THIRD $40 FOURTH $35

SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBON TO WINNER

CLASS #

Classes 1,2,3,4 Open To All Exhibitions - One Entry Per Exhibition

  1. HUGH WIBERG AWARD - Largest Circubit (Squash, Pumpkin, Squmpkin, etc. by weight, minimum weight 100 lbs.) one specimen per family.
  2. Awards: FIRST $25.00 SECOND $20.00 THIRD $15.00 FOURTH $10.00 FIFTH $8.00 SIXTH $6.00

  3. Special Anniversary Award, Pumpkin weighing 200lbs, $200 Prize
  4. Tallest sunflower, to include head and stem, no roots, no leaves. One entry per family. Single head plants only.
  5. Biggest sunflower head, 12" stalk attached. Largest diameter measures at edge of head fully seeded. One entry per family.

    Awards: FIRST $25.00 SECOND $20.00 THIRD $15.00 FOURTH $10.00 FIFTH $5.00

  6. SCARECROW CONTEST - Scarecrow must be self standing on a base no larger than 24"x 24", and stand less than 6' tall. Components must include at least 5 different fruits or vegetables. Scarecrows will be judged on the following criteria:
    1. Originality
    2. Creative use of fruits and vegetables
    3. Ability to scare

    One entry per family. List all vegetables and fruits, indicating how they are used. Entry form must be received at Administration office by Friday, September 23rd at 4:00 P.M. Entries will be limited to the first 10. At the committee's discretion, inappropriate entries will not be displayed. No scarecrows, sunflowers, or circubits will be accepted on Thursday night, September 29th.

  7. ED. Display

Section HA: Home Gardens

"Non-Commercial Growers Only"

(One Entry Per Family Per Class)

Awards: FIRST $60.00 SECOND $50.00 THIRD $45.00 FOURTH - TENTH $35.00

HARRY F. FOSTER MEMORIAL TROPHY TO FIRST PLACE WINNER

Rules Pertaining to Section HA, Class 1

  1. A list of vegetables, including variety, must be included as part of the display.
  2. Number of specimens should be the same as plate exhibits or full wholesale market packs (no dummying allowed).
  3. Judging Score Card: Quality, 50%, Arrangement, 30%, Number of kinds, 10%, Utility value, 10%.

CLASS #

  1. Educational Exhibit 3' x 4', including use of wall. Exhibitors may use decorative containers, home grown fruit, honey, preserves, etc. Consideration will be given to quality, educational content decorative effect, and number of varieties shown. No unworthy exhibit will be given a prize.

    Awards: FIRST $7.00 SECOND $5.00 THIRD $4.00 FOURTH $3.00

  2. Collection of Gourds, small type, 12 specimens
  3. Collection of Gourds, large type, 6 specimens
  4. Collection of Gourds, long type, 2 specimens, 3' minimum
  5. Awards:
    TWO FIRSTS $12.00 EACH
    TWO SECONDS $11.00 EACH
    TWO THIRDS $10.00 EACH
    TWO FOURTHS $9.00 EACH
    TWO FIFTHS $8.00 EACH
    TWO SIXTHS $7.00 EACH

  6. Display of at least five kinds of vegetables in an appropriate container, such as a chopping bowl, basket, tray, etc.
  7. Mini-Wheelbarrow Display Contest - open to our Adult Home Gardeners Division. Exhibitors are to display home grown vegetables, fruit and/or herbs (no artificial fruits, vegetables and/or herbs allowed) in a miniature wheelbarrow to be provided by the Vegetable committee. Exhibitors will use a minimum of 7 varieties of produce and decoratively display them in and around the wheelbarrow. Exhibitors need not conform to "number of specimens" used in plate exhibits and other display cases. A 2-foot by 2- foot area will be provided on which the wheelbarrow will sit. Other natural (live) decorative materials may be used after the 7 variety minimum has been met. Entries will be limited to 10 for the 2016 fair. Please pre-register on General Entry form.

    Awards:
    TWO FIRSTS: $12.00 EACH
    TWO SECONDS: $11.00 EACH
    TWO THIRDS: $10.00 EACH
    TWO FOURTHS: $9.00 EACH
    TWO FIFTHS: $8.00 EACH

  8. Salad Bowl Class: (Wet vegetables) Lettuce, Endive, Chicory, Escarole, etc. in a suitable container.

    Awards: FIRST $7.00 SECOND $5.00 THIRD $4.00 FOURTH $3.00 FIFTH $2.00

  9. Herbs, 5 potted varieties, 6" pots.

    Awards: FIRST $25.00 SECOND $20.00 THIRD $15.00 FOURTH $10.00 FIFTH $8.00 SIXTH $6.00

  10. Longest Gourd, any variety, 1 specimen
  11. Largest (by weight) watermelon, 1 specimen
  12. Mary Flynn Award - Largest tomato , minimum weight 1 lb., prime table quality, free of rot, 1 specimen

Special Awards

  1. Plate Championship. To exhibitor receiving the largest number of first awards on plate exhibits. SILVER PLATE AWARD.
  2. VERNON KOUSKY AWARD-Sweepstakes Plate Prize for best plate of vegetables, any variety in show. No special entry required. SILVER PLATE AWARD.
  3. Education Exhibit - Award to be made for outstanding exhibit. ROSETTE RIBBON and $25.00.
  4. Philip Haring Award - Best mini wheelbarrow display

Section HB: Home Grown Vegetables

(Multiple Entries Allowed But Must Be Different Varieties)

Awards:

FIRST $7.00 SECOND $5.00 THIRD $4.00 FOURTH $3.00

CLASS #

  1. Broccoli, any variety, 2 specimens
  2. Brussel Sprouts, 15 specimens
  3. Cauliflower, any variety, 2 specimens
  4. Sweet Corn, any yellow variety, husk on, 5 specimens
  5. Sweet Corn, any white variety, husk on, 5 specimens
  6. Sweet Corn, any white and yellow variety, husk on, 5 specimens
  7. Pop Corn, any type, 5 specimens, husk pulled back
  8. Any type of large decorative corn, 5 specimens, husk pulled back
  9. Any type of small decorative corn, 5 specimens, husk pulled back
  10. Eggplant, elongated type, 2 specimens
  11. Eggplant, white, 2 specimens
  12. Eggplant, any globular type, 2 specimens
  13. Eggplant, mini, 5 specimens
  14. Peppers, sweet green, 5 specimens
  15. Peppers, sweet yellow, 5 specimens
  16. Peppers, sweet red, 5 specimens
  17. Peppers, sweet purple, 5 specimens
  18. Peppers, sweet orange, 5 specimens
  19. Peppers, hot green, 5 specimens
  20. Peppers, hot yellow, 5 specimens
  21. Peppers, hot red, 5 specimens
  22. Peppers, hot orange, 5 specimens
  23. Any other worthy vegetable, 5 specimens (must name variety)
  24. Any other exotic vegetable (must name variety), 2 specimens

Section HC: Home Grown Green Vegetables

CLASS #

  1. Cabbage, any green variety, 2 specimens
  2. Cabbage, Savoy, 2 specimens
  3. Cabbage, any red variety, 2 specimens
  4. Kale/Bok Choy edible, 2 specimens
  5. Celery, any variety, 2 specimens, roots off
  6. Endive, any type, 2 specimens
  7. Lettuce, any head variety, 2 specimens
  8. Lettuce, any leaf variety, 2 specimens
  9. Any red lettuce, 2 specimens
  10. Parsley, flat leaf, 2 specimens, complete plant, roots on
  11. Parsley, curly leaf, 2 specimens, complete plant, roots on
  12. Romaine, any type, 2 specimens
  13. Rhubarb, 5 stalks
  14. Spinach, 2 specimens, complete plants, roots on
  15. Swiss Chard, 2 specimens, complete plants, roots off
  16. Swiss Chard, Bright Lights, 2 specimens, complete plants, roots off
  17. Swiss Chard, Rhubarb, 2 specimens, roots off
  18. Any other type of greens, 2 specimens (must name variety)

Section HD: Home Grown Root Vegetables

CLASS #

  1. Beets, any red type, 1" top, 5 specimens, taproots on
  2. Beets, any gold type, 1" top, 5 specimens, taproots on
  3. Carrots, any long type, 1" top, 5 specimens, over 7"
  4. Carrots, any medium type, 1" top, 5 specimens, 4" - 7"
  5. Carrots, any short type, 1" top, 5 specimens, under 4"
  6. Carrots, any other type, 5 specimens (must name variety)
  7. Garlic, 5 bulbs
  8. Kohlrabi, 5 specimens, 1" top
  9. Leeks, any variety, 5 specimens
  10. Onions, any white type, 5 specimens, 1" tops, w/skins
  11. Onions, any flat yellow type, 5 specimens, 1" tops, w/skins
  12. Onions, any globular yellow type, 5 specimens, 1" tops, w/skins
  13. Onions, any other yellow type, 5 specimens, 1" tops, w/skins
  14. Onions, any multipliers, 5 specimens clusters, w/skins
  15. Onions, any red type, 5 specimens, 1" tops, w/skins
  16. Onions, Sweet Spanish, 5 specimens, w/skins
  17. Scallions, 2 bunches, 5 specimens per bunch
  18. Shallots, 5 specimens
  19. Parsnips, any type, 1" top, 5 specimens
  20. Potatoes, any early variety, 5 specimens
  21. Potatoes, any smooth skinned late variety, 5 specimens
  22. Potatoes, any netted late variety, 5 specimens
  23. Potatoes, any red variety, 5 specimens
  24. Potatoes, Blue, 5 specimens
  25. Potatoes, Yukon Gold, 5 specimens
  26. Potatoes, Fingerlings, 5 specimens
  27. Sweet Potatoes, any variety, 5 specimens
  28. Radishes, red, 15 specimens, 1" top
  29. Radishes, Dacon type, 5 specimens, 1" top
  30. Radishes, any other, 5 specimens, 1" top
  31. Turnips, any type, purple top, 2 specimens
  32. Turnips, any other, 2 specimens
  33. Any Other Root Vegetable

Section HE: Home Grown Vine Vegetables

CLASS #

  1. Snap beans, green flat type, stems on, 15 specimens
  2. Snap beans, green round type, stems on, 15 specimens
  3. Purple snap beans, stems on, 15 specimens
  4. Snap beans, yellow flat type, stems on,15 specimens
  5. Snap beans, yellow round type, stems on, 15 specimens
  6. Pole snap beans, any type, stems on, 15 specimens
  7. Pole shell beans, any type, stems on, 15 specimens
  8. Lima beans, small podded type, stems on, 15 specimens
  9. Lima beans, giant podded type, stems on, 15 specimens
  10. Shell beans, any bush type, stems on, 15 specimens
  11. Any dried shell beans, 1/2 pint, smooth jar
  12. Cucumbers, any standard type, 3 specimens
  13. Cucumbers, any other type, 3 specimens
  14. Cucumbers, any pickling type, 10 specimens
  15. Peas, any type, 15 specimens
  16. Peas, Sugar Snap, 15 specimens
  17. Muskmelons, any variety, 2 specimens
  18. Watermelons, any variety, round, 2 specimens
  19. Watermelons, any variety, elongated, 2 specimens
  20. Tomatoes, any trellis variety, 5 specimens
  21. Tomatoes, any field variety, red, 5 specimens
  22. Tomatoes, any field variety, yellow, 5 specimens
  23. Tomatoes, large red cherry type, 10 specimens, over 1"
  24. Tomatoes, small red cherry type, 10 specimens, under 1"
  25. Tomatoes, large green cherry, 10 specimens, over 1"
  26. Tomatoes, small green cherry, 10 specimens, under 1"
  27. Tomatoes, yellow cherry, 10 specimens
  28. Tomatoes, any grape type, 10 specimens
  29. Tomatoes, any plum or pear type, 10 specimens
  30. Tomatoes, green plum or pear type, 10 specimens
  31. Tomatoes, husk, (husk on), 10 specimens
  32. Toma Verde (tomatilla), husk on, 5 specimens

Section HF: Home Grown Pumpkins & Squashes

CLASS #

  1. Pumpkins, Sugar, 2 specimens
  2. Pumpkins, Baby Boo, 5 specimens
  3. Pumpkins, Jack-B-Little, 5 specimens
  4. Pumpkins, medium, 2 specimens
  5. Pumpkins, large, 2 specimens
  6. Pumpkins, any other, 2 specimens
  7. Squash, Green Acorn, 2 specimens
  8. Squash, Golden Acorn, 2 specimens
  9. Squash, White Acorn, 2 specimens
  10. Squash, Buttercup, 2 specimens
  11. Squash, Butternut, 2 specimens
  12. Squash, Ultra - Butternut, 2 specimens
  13. Squash, Delicata, 2 specimens
  14. Squash, Hubbard, 2 specimens
  15. Squash, Delicious, 2 specimens
  16. Squash, Sweet Dumpling, 2 specimens
  17. Squash, Vegetable Spaghetti, 2 specimens
  18. Squash, any yellow summer variety, 2 specimens (must name variety)
  19. Squash, Zucchini, summer variety, 2 specimens
  20. Squash, any other green summer variety, 2 specimens (must name variety)
  21. Squash, White Scallop, 2 specimens
  22. Squash, Yellow Scallop, 2 specimens
  23. Squash, Green Scallop, 2 specimens
  24. Squash, any other winter, 2 specimens (must name variety)

Section HG: Home Grown Bushels Or Half Bushels

Awards: FIRST $35.00 SECOND $25.00 THIRD $20.00

CLASS #

  1. Bushel or half bushel

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