CLASSES 100 to 102 – VEGETABLES & FIELD CROPS

VEGETABLES & FIELD CROPS

CHAIRPERSON:           Larry Pegg        (905) 722-5325

 

COMMITTEE:               Russell Hamilton, Irene Ogden, Nora Pegg, Walter Rae, Thelma Sellers, Brooke Thompson,                                                           Audrey Whitcombe

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

ADDITIONAL RULES:

A  All exhibits must be grown by exhibitor.

B  Only one entry per section per class.

C  The committee reserves the right to refuse any entry or entries.

 

CLASS 100: VEGETABLES

ADDITIONAL RULES FOR CLASS 100:

Vegetables to have open tops trimmed to within 2.5cm or 1 inch with the exception of green onions, which should leave a 15cm or 6 inch top.

Stemmed vegetables must have stem on (eg. Cucumbers, squash, beans)

Onions should not be peeled, but remove jagged and dirty outer scales.

Rhubarb full stock (pulled not cut) including 1 ½” leaf.

Corn to be 1/3 husk removed.

Vegetables are to be displayed on paper plates (provided by fair committee).

Garlic roots should be trimmed

To clean dirt from vegetables, please dry brush only.

PRIZE MONEY:            All sections except Fresh Vegetables Display:

1st = $5.00; 2nd = $4.50; 3rd = $4.00

1.       5 Red Potatoes

2.       5 White Potatoes

3.       2 Butternut Squash -stem on

4.       2 Any other Squash (please name variety) stem on

5.       2 Green Zucchini under 6cm (2¼”) diameter, stem on

6.       2 Yellow Zucchini under 6cm (2¼”) diameter, stem on

7.       2 Slicing Cucumbers, stem on

8.       5 Pickling Cucumbers, stem on

9.       10 Gherkins, stem on

10.    2 Cucumbers English, stem on

11.    4 Carrots – long type  2.5cm (1”) tops (e.g.,Nantes)

12.    4 Carrots – Chantenay and Danvers type 2.5cm tops

13.    4 Table Beets (round), 2.5cm (1”) tops

14.    4 Table Beets (long)  2.5cm (1”) tops

15.    3 Leeks – tops trimmed to 10-15cm (4-6”) above white roots

16.    3 Yellow Onions

17.    3 White Onions

18.    3 Red Onions

19.    3 Spanish Onions

20.    Green Onions (bunch of 6)

21.    3 Garlic

22.    2 Red  Bell Peppers

23.    2 Green Bell Peppers

24.    2 Banana Peppers

25     2 Hot Peppers

26.    2 Any Other Pepper (please name variety)

27.    5 Stalks Rhubarb (not more than 2cm (3/4”) diameter), including 4cm (1 1/2”) leaf

28.    1 Bunch Celery

29.    6 Radishes

30.    1 Head Cabbage

31.    1 Head Chinese Cabbage

32.           5 leaves of Swiss Chard in water**

33.    5 leaves of Kale in water **

34.    5 leaves Leaf Lettuce in water **

35.    5 leaves Mesclin Mix in water **

36.    3 Red Tomatoes – calyx on

37.    3 Green Tomatoes – calyx on

38.    8 Cherry Tomatoes red – calyx on

39.    8 Cherry Tomatoes green – calyx on

40.    Green Cherry Tomatoes in a cluster (min. 8)

41.    Red Cherry Tomatoes in a cluster (min. 8)

42.    Red Grape Tomatoes in a cluster (min 8)

43.    Green Grape Tomatoes in a cluster (min 8)

44.    3 Any Other Tomatoes – calyx on (please name variety)

45.    12 Green Beans, calyx on

46.    12 Yellow Beans, calyx on

47.    12 Burgundy Beans, calyx on

48.    12 Any Other Beans (please name variety), calyx on

49.    12 Green Peas in Pods, calyx on

50.    12 Edible Pod Peas, calyx on

51.    3 Ears Table Corn

52.    3 different Herbs in bunches Labelled (2.5cm or 1” in diameter in tray of water) **

53.    Variety of 4 different Gourds

54.    Fresh Vegetable Display – a collection of Vegetables, 3 of each variety; not less than 10 varieties. Arrangement to count. A square 60cm (24”) display board is provided.

SPECIAL PRIZE: 1st = $10.00; 2nd = $8.00; 3rd = $6.00

55.    Heaviest Zucchini – weighed at judging time

56.    Selection of vegetables growing from your garden, UNTRIMMED, for a salad displayed in a suitable containeraccompanied by a printed recipe

**       SPECIAL THEME PRIZE: A $10 prize will be awarded to the most interesting “Canadiana” container used in

Sections 32, 33, 34, 35, 52.

 

CLASS 101: VEGETABLES

 

Pre-School & Elementary School Students

Most Points Award Sponsored by Lake Simcoe South Shore Horticultural Society

ADDITIONAL RULES FOR CLASS 101:

A  Vegetables to have open tops trimmed to within one inch

B  Onions should not be peeled, remove jagged dirty outer scales

C  Vegetables are to be displayed on paper plates (Provided by the Fair committee)

D  Stemmed vegetables must have stem on (eg: cucumber, squash, beans)

PRIZE MONEY:                                    1st = $4.00; 2nd = $3.50; 3rd = $3.00; 4th = $2.50

DINAH CROWDER MEMORIAL PRIZE;     $20 for most imaginative entry in Sections 25 through 28

Sponsored by the Crowder Family

 

SECTION:

1.     8 Green Beans, calyx on

2.     8 Yellow Beans, calyx on

3.     3 Cooking Onions, see rule B

4.     4 Long Carrots, see rule A

5.     4 Round Beets, see rule A

6.     3 Red Potatoes

7.     3 White Potatoes

8.     5 Red Cherry Tomatoes – Calyx on

9.     5 Green Cherry Tomatoes – Calyx on

10.   5 Red Grape Tomatoes – Calyx on

11.   5 Green Grape Tomatoes – Calyx on

12.   3 Red Tomatoes – Calyx on

13.   3 Green Tomatoes – Calyx on

14.   4 Radishes, see rule A

15.          2 Green Peppers, stem on

16.   2 Red Peppers, stem on

17.   3 Ears of Corn (1/3 husk removed)

18.   2 Cucumbers (slicing), stem on

19.   5 Cucumbers (pickling), stem on

20.   2 Zucchini (under 6cm or 2 1/4” in diameter) stem on

21.   3 Stalks of Rhubarb (Full stalk, including 1 ½” leaf)

22.   3 Leaves of Swiss Chard – in water

23.   12 Pods of Green Peas, calyx on

24.   Unusual Shaped Vegetable

25.   Vegetable Hero (Grade 2 and under), Please name your hero

26.   Make an image from a Canadian coin on a paper dinner plate using vegetables (Grade 2 & under)

27.   Make an image from a Canadian coin on a paper dinner plate using vegetables (Grade 3 & up)

28.          Arrangement of garden vegetables in a Canadian design ball cap

 

CLASS 102: FIELD CROPS

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

ADDITIONAL RULES FOR CLASS 102:

A. Kernel displays are to be brought in 10 kg (22 lb.) BIN RUN samples.

B. Kernel display can be from 2016 or 2017 crop.

C. All exhibits are to have under 14% moisture.

D. Kernels must not be treated.

E. Hay samples must be equivalent to18 cm (7”) slice from a bale.

F. Containers will be provided by the Fair Committee.

 

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $20.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.00; All Others = $5.00

 

 

SECTION:

1. Wheat

2. Barley

3. Mixed Grain

4. Soybeans

 

5. Grain Corn

6. Silage Corn – 6 stalks

7. Hay

8. Haylage – 1 bushel

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