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CLASS 28 VEGETABLES, FRUITS, HERBS & SUNFLOWERS


Directors: Jack McDougall: 519-820-8111, Theresa Cowan


RULES:
1. ALL ITEMS MUST BE PLACED ON BLACK PAPER PLATES WITH ENTRY TAG ATTACHED. Unless otherwise stated. Black Plates provided at the fair.
2. Please refer to our website for the OAAS Horticulture Judging Standards and Tips for displaying your vegetables
3. Youth Exhibitors (ages 19 years & under) showing in this class must pay a $5.00 membership
and obtain an adult membership number


1. “From your own Garden” Collection: 10 or
more varieties of vegetables, fruits, & herbs,
NAMED, 36” x 36” Display to count. Each entry
will be given a space to display.
Prize Money: 1st: $10.00 & Walker Industries prize
(1 bag); 2nd $5.00 & Walker Industries prize (1
bag); 3rd $4.00 & Walker Industries prize (1 bag)
2. Largest Pumpkin. Pumpkins will be weighed/
measured for purposes of determining the
largest.
Sponsored by Wright’s Veterinary Hospital.
Prize money: 1st: 25.00, 2nd: $15.00, 3rd: $10.00.
Prize Money (Section 3-39) $5.00; $4.00; $3.00
3. 5 White Potatoes displayed in a shallow box
4. 5 (Any other colour) Potatoes, displayed in a
shallow box
5. 5 Table Carrots, long, over 5”
6. 5 Short Carrots for eating, under 5”
7. 5 Beets, Table, 2” to 2 ¼” diameter
8. 5 Beets, Cylindrical
9. 5 Red Table Tomatoes with stems
10. 5 Mini Tomatoes, with stems 2” maximum
11. 5 Tomatoes, any other variety, Named
12. 2 Pumpkins, table size
13. 2 Squash, any variety, Named
14. 2 Zucchini, under 8”
15. 1 Zucchini, largest
Walker Industries Special
First place winner in section 15 wins a prize
from Walker Industries
16. 5 Onions, Dutch set
17. 5 Onions, Spanish (Yellow Skin)
18. 5 Onions, Red -- NEW
19. 1 quart/litre Multiplier Onions
20. Most unusual, shaped Vegetable

5 ears Sweet Corn, any variety
22. 5 ears Decorator or Multi-coloured Corn
23. “Baker’s Dozen” of Green Beans
24. 12 Yellow Beans
25. 3 Red Sweet Peppers
26. 3 Green Sweet Peppers
27. 3 Sweet Peppers, any other colour
28. 3 Hot Peppers, any colour
29. 7 Cucumbers, pickling, 2”-4”
30. Cucumbers, slicing type
31. 2 Ornamental Gourds
32. 5 Apples, any variety, named
33. The Largest and the Smallest Vegetable from
my garden, one of each (must be the same
vegetable)
34. 5 Different, Fresh Herbs, NAMED,
displayed in or on suitable
container
35. Display of Fruit, Vegetable
or Herb not listed in
above section, NAMED.
36. Decorated Table centerpiece using Vegetables,
Flowers, or Herbs, 12X12 max
37. Tallest Sunflower (Roots included)
38. Largest Sunflower Head (8-inch stalk attached)
39. 5 Garlic Bulbs, with stem 1” to 1 ½”
Walker Industries Special
First place winner in section 37 (tallest Sunflower)
wins a prize from Walker Industries

Note: if you wish to donate your exhibit to the Arthur Foodbank, please let one of the Directors know this.

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