Vegetables – Dept. 13

Contact: Carol Reichert – 724-368-3684

1. Bring entries to the Fair between 8:30 AM and 11:30 AM on Saturday, August 12.
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED THE WEEK OF THE FAIR.
2. Exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s number. (Obtained from Premium Office.)
3. Exhibitors should obtain a premium book and entry tags before the Fair, and FILL OUT tags before entering.
4. Choose vegetables of medium size rather than extreme size. Overgrown vegetables are likely to be woody or pithy.
5. The specimens should be clean, uniform in size and shape, and free from blemishes, insect, injury and disease.
6. Do not wash potatoes: remove dirt with a soft cloth or brush. Root crops, such as beets and carrots, should have tops removed, leaving an inch or two of the stems. Please remove stems of tomatoes.
7. Removal of items and ribbons on Sunday, August 21, from 11 AM to 2 PM ONLY.
8. 4-H and FFA members, see Department 10 Section 13.


DEPT. 13 SECTION 1 VEGETABLES

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.50 3rd – $2.00

CLASS –  (Number of required specimens)

Beans, Lima (10 pods)
1. Large seeded
2.Small seeded
3.Pole Limas

Beans, Snap/bush types (10 pods)
4. Flat green pods
5. Flat wax pods
6. Round green pods
7. Round wax pods
8. Round purple pods

Beans, Snap/pole types (10 pods)
9. Flat green pods
10. Round green pods
11. Round wax pods
12. Flat wax pods

Beets (3 – tops removed)
13.Globe shaped
14.Half long
15. Broccoli (1 large head)
16. Brussel Sprouts (1 pt.)

Cabbage (1 head)
17.Chinese types
18. Danish Ballhead types
19.Domestic round
20. Flat types
21.Red types
22.Savoy types

Carrots (3 roots, tops removed)
23. Half long (pointed)
24. Half long (stump rooted)
25.Long

Cauliflower (1 head)
26.Purple types
27.White types

Celery (1 plant in soil & container)
28.Green
29.Yellow

Corn, Sweet (3 ears, husks on)
30. White hybrids
31.Yellow hybrids
32. Bi-color types

Cucumbers (3)
33. Pickling, under 3”
34. Pickles, 3” to 5”
35. Slicing, over 5”
36. Burpless Cucumbers

Eggplant (1 specimen)
37. Classic Black
38.White Varieties
39.Zebra Varieties

Endive (1 plant in soil)
40. Broad-leaved
41.Green curled

Garlic (3 bulbs)
42.Regular
43.Elephant type

Gourds
44. Mixed (3 specimens)
45. One variety (3 specimens)
46. Collection, 6 or more kinds, attractively displayed on a paper plate.

Herbs – A bunch in water; clear, disposable, unlabeled container.
47. Basil
48. Cilantro
49.Dill
50. Fennel
51. Mint
52.Oregano
53.Rosemary
54. Sage

55. Horseradish (3 roots, 1” min.)
56. Kohlrabi (1 specimen)

Muskmelons (1 specimen)
57. Large, 6” or more
58. Small, 6” or less
59. Okra (3 specimens)

Onions (3 head, mature for storage)
60. Bottle
61. Red flat
62.Red globe
63. Sweet Spanish type
64. White flat
65.White globe
66. Yellow flat
67.Yellow globe
68.Cooking

Parsley (2 bunches)
69.Curled type
70.Plain type

71. Parsnips (5, tops off)
72. Peas (5 pods)

Peppers, Hot (3 specimens)
73.Habenero
74.Jalepeno
75.Long type
76.Round type
77.Small type

Peppers, Pimento (3)
78.Green
79.Red

Peppers, Sweet, Bell-shape (3)
80.Green
81.Red
82.Yellow

Peppers, Sweet, Thin-fleshed (3)
83. Bullnose
84.Green
85. Red
86. Yellow

Potatoes (3 tubers)
Not washed but dirt removed!
87.Red Skin
88.Russet
89.Sweet
90.White
91.Other

Pumpkin (1)
92. Sugar, Small, Pie
93. Field, Connecticut
94. Largest field pumpkin – Specify weight

Radishes, Summer (3)
95.Small round
96.White Icicle

97. Rhubarb (5 stalks)
98. Rutabagas, any variety (3, topped)

Squash, Summer types (1)
99. Bush Scallop – Patty Pan
100.Cocozelle
101.Crookneck
102.Spaghetti
103.Straightneck
104. Zucchini – Long, under 10”
105. Zucchini – Long, over 10”
106. Zucchini- Round
107. Zucchini – Largest
108. Other summer type not listed

Squash, Winter types (1 large)
109. Acorn
110. Buttercup
111. Butternut
112. Hubbard
113. Mammoth, Sweet types
114. Largest single squash – Specify weight
115. Other winter types not listed

Please remove stems from tomatoes
Tomatoes, Large fruited (3)
116. Mature green
117. Italian
118. Red
119. Yellow

Tomatoes, Small fruited
120. Cherry (10 specimens)
121. Grape (10)
122. Husk tomato or Ground Cherry (1 quart)
123. Pear shaped (10)
124. Plum shaped (10)

125. Turnips (3)

Watermelons (1)
126. Largest single watermelon
127.Midget type
128.Oblong type
129.Round/ shape

Novelty Classes
130. Market basket, 5 or more vegetables, attractively displayed.
(Containers will be provided if needed)
131. Decorated gourd, pumpkin
132. Other vegetable not listed
133. Vegetable Freaks