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Fruits, Roots & Vegetables

FRUITS, ROOTS & VEGETABLES

CLASS 18

COMMITTEE: Jason Kuehl 289-231-5782, Ron Hodgson

ENTRY FEE: $5.00 Exhibitor/Membership Fee

LOCATION: Curling Club

Only one entry per person per section. Exhibits MUST be in place before 8:00 PM Thursday and MUST be removed between 10:00 am - 11:00 am Sunday. Prizes awarded only to a creditable entry. Number of specimens are in brackets. Roots washed NOT scrubbed.

Beaverton Horticultural Society Special
Most Points 1st - $12, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $5

PRIZE MONEY: $5, $4, $3

SECTIONS:

  1. Beans - Longest (1)
  2. Beans – Yellow or Green (3)
  3. Beets (1)
  4. Cabbage Red or Green – outside leaves
       attached (1 head)
  5. Carrots - Longest (1)
  6. Carrots Most Unusual (1)
  7. Corn – Indian (2 ears)
  8. Corn – Sweet(2 ears)
  9. Cucumber – English (1)
10. Cucumber - Longest  (1)
11. Gourds – Ornamental Collection (3)
12. Garlic bulbs –(3 heads)
13. Melon – Any Variety (1)
14. Most Oddly shaped Vegetable (1)
15. Onions – Any colour from seed (2)
16. Onions – Spanish (2)
17. Peppers – Sweet (2)
18. Peppers – Longest (1)
19. Peppers – Hot (2)
20. Potatoes – Red (2)
21. Potatoes – Yukon Gold (2)
22. Pumpkin – Pie (1)
23. Pumpkin – Minature (1)
24. Rutabaga (1)
25. Squash – Pepper (1)
26. Squash – Butternut (1)
27. Squash – Hubbard (1)
28. Tomatoes – Cherry (1 truss)
29. Tomatoes – Under 3” diameter (1 truss or
     3 spec.)
30. Tomatoes – Field (2)
31. Zucchini(1)
32. Any other vegetable not named (2)

Ruth Ross Memorial Special
Prize Money $25, $15, $10

33. Largest Mammoth Pumpkin (weight)

Prize $10 $8 $5
34. Heaviest Vegetable
     a) Zucchini
     b) Tomato
     c) Potato
     d) Turnip


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