B - VEGETABLES & FRUIT

  • Display all small vegetables on paper/Styrofoam plates
  • Vegetables & fruit should be clean & fresh (Do NOT scrub entries or slice into pieces)
  • Choose best specimens to show (no or limited blemishes, no rot, similar in size)

Prizes: 1st: $4.00, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.00, 4th: $1.50, 5th: $1.00, 6th: $1.00

Sections:

1.

Potatoes – red – 3 entries

2.

Potatoes – white – 3 entries

3.

Beets – 3 specimens, 1 inch or 2.5 cm of greens remaining

4.

Carrots – 3 specimens, 1 inch or 2.5 cm of greens remaining

5.

Onions – any variety – 3 specimens, greens removed

6.

Squash – winter squash, 1 specimen, stem on

7.

Zucchini – longest, 1 specimen

8.

Pumpkin – field variety, 1 specimen, stem on

9.

Longest cucumber - any variety

10.

Peppers – sweet red, 2 specimens

11.

Peppers – sweet green, 2 specimens

12.

Most unusual shaped vegetable

13.

Make an monster from vegetables also using craft supplies and other materials

(vegetables may be purchased)

14.

Beans (yellow or green) – 6 specimens

15.

Tomatoes – large variety, 3 specimens

16.

Tomatoes – cherry tomatoes, 3 specimens

17.

Make a display out of weeds

18.

Potato sprouts - how many sprouts can you grow on a potato-

(potato may be purchased)

19.

Best decorated squash or pumpkin (not carved)

Any size, may use any craft supplies (plain pumpkin or squash may be purchased pre-decorated state)

20.

Make up to 3 Garden markers and/or stakes for your garden to name type

Of seeds/plant planted – 3 stakes or markers (may use wood, rocks etc to create items)

200.

Vegetables Best in Show Prize: $10