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Exhibitor Guide
Fruits, Vegetables & Crops

Paper entries must be Pre-Entered by Friday, August 25, 2017.
On-line entries will be accepted Through Saturday, August 26, 2017.

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Division: Fruits, Vegetables & Crops - FV
Best of Show Crystal:
Rick Grant, DMD
Business Favorite Award:
Bengoa Eye Care
All exhibits must be in good condition and must meet the regulations outlined for the class. All produce shown in this category must have been grown by the exhibitor and should be clean and uniform in size and shape. Please place your entries on a disposable plate.
 
Forage plants and grains in sheaves should be well-cured and should be tied securely at the butt and at the middle, firmly but not tightly below the heads, use an attractive string or ribbon. Sheaves should be three to five inches in diameter.
(Limit 10 entries per class and 1 per lot)
Fruits - Class FV1
Vegetables - Class FV2
Lot #
Description
Lot #
Description
1 Apples, Cooking (3)
1
Artichoke (1)
2 Apples, Eating (3)
2
Beans, String Bean (6 pods)
3 Cantaloupe (1)
3
Beans, String Wax (6 Pods)
4 Crabapples (3)
4
Beans, Miscellaneous (6 pods)
5 Grapes (any variety, 1 bunch)
5
Beets, Table (3)
6 Nectarines (3)
6
Brussel Sprouts (2 heads)
7 Peaches (3)
7
Cabbage, Round, Pointed or Flat (1 head)
8 Pears (3)
8
Carrots (3 - 1-2" tops)
9 Plums (3)
9
Cauliflower (1 head)
10 Prunes (3)
10
Corn, Yellow, Husks Removed (3)
11 Strawberries (6)
11
Corn, White, Husks Removed (3)
12 Tomatoes, Cherry, No Stem (6)
12
Corn, Bi-Color, Husks Removed (3)
13 Tomatoes, Green with Stem (3)
13
Cucumbers, Slicing (3)
14 Tomatoes, Other (3)
14
Cucumbers, Pickling (3)
15 Tomatoes, Ripe, No Stem (3)
15
Cucumbers, Armenian (3)
16 Watermelon (1)
16
Cucumbers, Lemon (3)
17 Other Berries (6)
17
Cucumbers, Other (1)
18 Other Fruit (6)
18
Eggplant
 
19
Garlic (1 head)
Herbs - Class FV3
20
Kohlrabi (1)
(Please bring in container with water)
Herbs may be flowering but with no seeds
21
Onions, Green (bunch of 5)
Lot #
Description
22
Onions, Brown Dry (3 - dry 2 weeks)
1
Basil (1 bunch)
23
Onions, Red Dry (3 - dry 2 weeks)
2
Chives (1 bunch)
24
Onions, White Dry (3 - dry 2 weeks)
3
Sage (1 bunch)
25
Okra (3)
4
Parsley (1 bunch)
26
Leeks (3)
5
Other (1 bunch)
27
Lettuce (1 head)
6
Mint
28
Peas (6 pods)
7
Oregano
29
Parsnips (5)
8
Thyme
30
Peppers, Sweet (3)
9
Rosemary
31
Peppers, Hot (3)
 
32
Peppers, Other (3)
Forage Crops or Seed In Sheath - Class FV4
33
Potatoes, White (3)
Lot #
Description
34
Potatoes, Red (3)
1
Alfalfa
35
Mini Pumpkins (1)
2
Barley
36
Pumpkin (1)
3
Brome
37
Radishes (bunch of 5)
4
Clover
38
Rhubarb (3 stalks)
5
Fescue
39
Rutabaga (3)
6
Oats
40
Squash, Acorn (1)
7
Orchard Grass
41
Squash, Banana (1)
8
Sunflower (1 head)
42
Squash, Hubbard (1)
9
Timothy
43
Squash, Crookneck (3)
10
Wheat
44
Squash, Zucchini (3)
11
Wheat Grass
45
Squash, Other (1)
12
Other
46
Swiss Chard (1 plant, display in quart jar with water)
 
47
Turnips (3)
48
Unusual Vegetable (1)
49
Other
50
Vegetable Crop Display
(One plate consisting of any five marketable vegetable crops will compose a display)

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