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Orono Fair

September 8th-11th 2022

A Small Town With A Big Heart

Celebrating Agriculture

Visit The Fair

Fruit & Vegetables CLASS 46

Chairperson: Ron Robinson 905 259 3325, [email protected]
Committee: Alvin Yeo, Brenda Stephenson, Campbell Stephenson, Gord Whealy, Keith West, Pete Speziale, Terry Hollingsworth.

Rules and Regulations:
1. Exhibits must be in charge of the committee between 8:00am and 11:00am on September 11th, at the Agricultural Building. The doors shall be closed for judging at noon, with no person admitted other than those officially engaged.
2. Exhibits must be picked up by the owner between 3:00pm and 4:00pm on September 11th.
3. Roots should have tops trimmed one-half inch above crown. Tomatoes should have stem on. Onions must not be peeled.
4. All other general rules and regulations apply where applicable.
5. Committee will supply paper plates to display.

JUNIOR EXHIBITOR CLASS
Prize Money: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00; $2.00
1. Cucumber, slicing (2)
2. Beets (2)
3. Carrots (2)
4. Cabbage (1)
5. Onions, any variety (2)
6. Squash, any variety (1)
7. Tomatoes, red (stem on, 2)
8. Most oddly shaped vegetable
9. Zucchini (1)
10. Potato, any variety (2)
Junior Exhibitor with most points$10.00 donated by Fruit and Vegetable Committee

ADULT CLASSES
Prize Money: 1st $6.00 2nd $5.00 3rd $4.00
11. Slicing Cucumbers (2)
12. Beets, blood table (3)
13. Carrots, red table (3)
14. Table corn without husks (3 cobs)
15. Cabbage, winter (1)
16. Cabbage, red (1)
17. Collection of yellow beans (6)
18. Onions, yellow (3)
19. Onions, red (3)
20. Onions, Spanish (3)21. Parsnips (3)
21. Eggplant, purple (2)
22. Pumpkins. Pie (2)
23. Pumpkins. Field (2)
24. Peppers, Sweet red (2)
25. Peppers, Sweet green (2)
26. Zucchini (2)
27. Squash. Hubbard. green (1)
28. Squash. Hubbard. yellow (1)
29. Squash. Butternut (1)
30. Squash. Buttercup (1)
31. Squash. Pepper (1)
32. Tomatoes, red stem on (2)
33. Tomatoes, cherry, red. stem on (3)
34. Garlic (3 bulbs)
35. Potatoes, Superior. 2 litre
36. Potatoes, Kennebec, 2 litre
37. Potatoes other named 2litre
38. Potatoes, red variety, 2litre
39. Potatoes, collection, 3 varieties (1 each & named)
40. Collection green beans (6)
41. Collection of Onions – at least 3 varieties (1 each)
42. Most oddly shaped vegetable – Senior.

SPECIALS
43a Largest Pumpkin or Squash Junior or Adult
Prize Money: 1st $15.00 2nd $9.00 3rd $6.00
43b Largest Watermelon Junior or Adult
Prize Money: 1st $6.00 2nd $5.00 3rd $4.00

SPECIALS

44. Display of Garden vegetables (approx. 2’ x 3’) $15.00; $9.00; $6.00.


APPLES

Prize Money: 46 to 60: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00;

  1. Ginger Gold, 3 apples.
    47. Mclntosh, 3 apples.
    48. Spartan, 3 apples.
    49. Empire, 3 apples.
    50. Paula Red. 3 apples
    51. Cortland, 3 apples
    52. Gravenstien, 3 apples
    53. Idared, 3 apples
    54. Red Delicious, 3 apples
    55. Spy. 3 apples
    56. Ambrosia. 3 apples
    57. Golden Delicious, 3 apples
    58. Royal Gala, 3 apples
    59. Honey Crisp, 3 apples

    PEARS

    Prize Money:61 to 64: $4.00, $3.00, $2.0240
    60. Five Bartlett
    61. Five Flemish Beauty
    62. Five Buerre Bosc
    63. Five Cold Snap

    SPECIALS

    Prize Money: $15.00; $10.00; $5.00
    64. Best Collection of Apples, correctly named, three of each kind, 6 varieties.
    65. Best Collection of Pears named, minimum of 4 varieties, 3 of each kind.
    66. Raspberries, minimum 12 in container

 

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