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Class 1: Vegetables

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Chair Person: Jay Netherwood
Prize Money: 
1st – $10.00 *, 2nd – $4.00, 3rd – $3.00

PLEASE READ RULES CAREFULLY

Root vegetables are to be rinsed and wiped dry – not scrubbed and top trimmed with approximately 1” stem left on. All items to be displayed on paper/Styrofoam/plastic plates unless otherwise stated. Please attach tags to plates.

* NOTE: First Prize Money has been doubled for 2019 for all Sections.  Thanks to the generous donation from Jack and Mary Durant.

Section

  1. Beans, 5, green with stem
  2. Beans, 5, yellow with stem
  3. Beets, 3, round, ¼ inch (½ cm) stem left on
  4. Beets, 3, long, ¼ inch (½ cm) stem left on
  5. Carrots, 5, long, tops ¼ inch (½ cm) above crown
  6. Carrots, 5, short, tops ¼ inch (½ cm) above crown
  7. Corn, 3, sweet, 1/2 husk removed from tip to butt
  8. Cucumbers, 3, slicing, ¼ inch (½ cm) of stem
  9. Cucumbers, 3, pickling, ¼ inch (½ cm)) of stem
  10. Garlic Buds, 3
  11. Onions, 5 green, in a bunch
  12. Onions, 3 yellow, roots trimmed, not peeled
  13. Onions, 3 red, roots trimmed not peeled
  14. Onions, 1 Spanish
  15. Peppers, 3, green, ¼ inch (½ cm) of stem left on
  16. Peppers, 3, red, ¼ inch (½ cm) of stem left on
  17. Potatoes, 3, white, brushed, not washed
  18. Potatoes, 3 red, brushed, not washed
  19. Potatoes, 3, yellow, brushed, not washed
  20. Tomatoes, 3, red, with stems attached
  21. Tomatoes, 3, green, with stems attached
  22. Tomatoes, 5, plum, with stems attached
  23. Tomatoes, 5, cherry, red, with stems attached
  24. Pepper Squash
  25. Butternut Squash
  26. Pot of Parsley
  27. Zucchini, 1, no more than 12 inches (30 cm) long, with stem
  28. Best Vegetable display
  29. Largest Table Beet
  30. Longest Carrot
  31. Largest Ear of Corn
  32. Largest Cucumber
  33. Largest Onion
  34. Largest Potato
  35. Largest Pepper
  36. Largest Sunflower
  37. Largest Tomato
  38. Oddest Shaped Vegetable

Results


Beans, 5 green with stem

  1. Ruth Puenter, Chesterville, ON
  2. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Beans, 5 yellow with stem

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  3. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

Beets, 3, round, ¼ inch (½ cm) stem left on

  1. Ruth Puenter, Chesterville, ON
  2. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Beets, 3, long, ¼ inch (½ cm) stem left on

  1. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  2. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Carrots, 5, long, tops ¼ inch (½ cm) above crown

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Carrots, 5, short, tops ¼ inch (½ cm) above crown

  1. Ruth Puenter, Chesterville, ON
  2. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Corn, 3 sweet, 1/2 husk removed from tip to butt

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

Cucumbers, 3, slicing, ¼ inch (½ cm) of stem

  1. Nicole Etherington, Williamsburg, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Cucumbers, 3, pickling, ¼ inch (½ cm)) of stem

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

Garlic Buds, 3

  1. Debbie DeCooman, Chesterville
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON

Onions, 3 yellow, roots trimmed, not peeled

  1. Ruth Puenter, Chesterville, ON
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Onions, 3 red, roots trimmed not peeled

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Onions, 1 Spanish

  1. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON

Peppers, 3, green, ¼ inch (½ cm) of stem left on

  1. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  3. Dan Gasser, Chesterville, ON

Potatoes, 3 red, brushed, not washed

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Tomatoes, 3 red, with stems attached

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Dan Gasser, Chesterville, ON
  3. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

Tomatoes, 3 green, with stems attached

  1. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  3. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

Tomatoes, 5 plum, with stems attached

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  3. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON

Tomatoes, 5, cherry, red, with stems attached

  1. Dan Gasser, Chesterville, ON
  2. Ruth Puenter, Chesterville, ON
  3. Nicole Etherington, Williamsburg, ON

Pot of Parsley

  1. Dan Gasser, Chesterville, ON

Zucchini, 1, no more than 12 inches (30 cm) long, with stem

  1. Kristen Matus, Chesterville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Largest Table Beet

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON

Longest Carrot

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Largest Cucumber

  1. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Largest Onion

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Largest Potato

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Largest Sunflower

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON

Largest Tomato

  1. Dan Gasser, Chesterville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  3. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON

Oddest Shaped Vegetable

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON