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Department 13 - Senior Vegetables

Superintendents: Richard Hyde, Kara Lynn and Lori Foor

SPECIAL RULES:
1. These factors are generally used by an expert vegetable judge: Trueness to variety type with uniformity in size, shape, and color. Condition and maturity.
2. Potatoes should not be washed, remove soil using a soft cloth or brush.
3. Tomatoes should have stems removed.
4. Carrots, beets, etc. should have all but 2" of stems removed.
5. Entries with incorrect number of specimens displayed will not be judged.
6. See Department 11-24 rules.


Section 1

Classes - Vegetables

BEANS, Dry shelled, one pint
1 Pea or Navy
2 Marrowfat
3 Horticultural
4 Kidney
5 Edible soybean
6 Lima's
BEANS, Green shelled, one pint
8 Small seeded Lima's
9 Large seeded Lima's
10 Horticultural
11 Edible soybean
BEANS, Horticultural, one dozen
14 Bush type
15 Pole type
BEANS, Lima, one dozen
17 Lima
BEANS, Snap, bush type, 1 doz.
18 Round green pods
19 Flat green pods
BEANS, Snap, pole type, 1 doz.
20 Round Green Pods
21 Flat Green Pods
23 Round yellow pods
24 Flat yellow pods
BEETS, 5 specimens, topped
26 Globe shaped
27 Half long
28 Long Lutz types
29 Mangles
30 BROCCOLI, large head
31 BRUSSEL SPROUTS, one pint
CABBAGE, head
32 Early pointed types
33 Domestic round heads
34 Danish ball head types
35 Flat types
36 Red types
37 Savory types
38. Chinese types
CARROTS, 5 roots, topped
40 Half long, stump rooted
41 Half long, pointed
42 Long
CAULIFLOWER, 1 head
45 White types
46 Purples types
CELERY, one plant in soil
50 Yellow type Fordhook Pascal
51 Green type Fordhook Pascal
CORN, (Sweet), 5 ears, husks on
53 Yellow Hybrids
54 White Hybrids
55 Other types
CUCUMBERS
57 Pickling under 3" - 10 specimens
58 Pickles (3" to 5") - 5 specimens
59 Slicing (over 5") - 5 specimens
60 EGGPLANT, 1 specimen
ENDIVE, one plant in soil
61 Green curled
62 Broad leafed
GARLIC, 1 bulb
65 Garlic
66 Elephant
GOURDS
68 One variety five specimens
69 Mixed varieties five specimens
70 Collection - 6 or more kinds attractively displayed. Unlimited number of specimens
HERBS
72 Dill
73 Mint
74 Any other
76 HORSERADISH, 3 roots, (1" min. diameter)
77 KALE, 1 plant in soil
78 KOHLRABI, 1 specimen
79 LEEK, 5 stalks
LETTUCE, one plant
80 Leaf types
81 Butterhead types
82 Crisphead types
85 MUSKMELONS (Cantaloupes), 1 specimen
86 OKRA, 5 specimens
ONIONS (bulbs), 5 specimens mature for storage
88 Yellow flat
89 Yellow globe
90 White flat
91 White globe
92 Red flat
93 Red globe
94 Bottle
95 Sweet Spanish type
ONION (Sets), one pint, mature for storage
97 Yellow
98 White
99 Red
100 Multiplier
105 ONIONS (bulbing), 5 specimens
PARSLEY, 5 bunches in water
107 Curled type
108 Plain
110 PARSLEY, root, 5 roots with tops
111 PARSNIPS, 5 specimens tops off
112 PEANUTS, 1 pint
113 PEA PODS, 1 pint
PEPPERS (Sweet), 5 specimens Bell or bullnose shape
115 Green
116 Red
117 Yellow
PEPPERS, (Sweet), thin fleshed 5 specimens
119 Green
120 Red
121 Yellow
PEPPERS (Pimento), 5 specimens
125 Green
126 Red
PEPPERS (Hot), 5 specimens
128 Small
129 Round
130 Long
POTATOES, 5 tubers
133 Katahdin
134 Russet-Rural
135 Sebago
136 Irish Cobbler
137 Kennebec
138 Chippewa
139 Red Pontiac
140 Any other variety
PUMPKINS, 1 specimen
143 Small sugar (pie)
144 Winter neck Cumshaw
145 Connecticut field
146 Largest single field pumpkin (specify weight)
RADISHES (Summer), 5 specimens
148 Small Round
149 White Icicle
RADISHES (Winter), 5 specimens
151 White type
152 Black Spanish
158 RHUBARB, 5 stalks together
159 RUTABAGAS, 5 specimens topped
SQUASH (Summer), 1 specimen
162 Straightneck
163 Crookneck
164 Bush Scallop-Patty Pan
165 Cocozelle
166 Zucchini
167 Spaghetti
SQUASH (Winter), Large, 1 specimen
170 Acorn-Table Queen
171 Boston Marrow or Delicious
172 Hubbard
173 Mammoth sweet types
174 Largest single specimen (specific weight)
175 Buttercup
176 Butternut
SWEET POTATOES, 5 specimens
178 Jersey Orange
179 Maryland Golden
181 SWISS CHARD, (1 stalk in soil)
TOMATOES, (5 large fruited)
183 Red
184 Yellow
185 Mature Green
186 Italian
TOMATOES (small fruited), Red and Yellow
188 Cherry (10 specimens or 5 clusters)
189 Pear shaped (10)
190 Plum shaped (10)
191 TURNIPS, 5 specimens topped
192 WATERCRESS, 1 bunch in water
WATERMELONS, 1 specimen
193 Midget
194 Oblong
195 Largest single watermelon
Best of Show...$10
200 HOME GARDENS, 10 or more kinds of vegetables, not less than 3 specimens of each
CLASS... $5 $4 $3
202 MARKET BASKET, 5 or more kinds of vegetables, attractively displayed
CLASS... $3 $2 $1
204 VEGETABLE FREAKS
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