YOUTH VEGETABLES, SECTION T-A 

Committee: Eileen Malone (522-2017), Elaine Brown (523-9163) 

1st-$5, 2nd-$4, 3rd-$3, 4th-$2 

 

Choose medium sized vegetables of uniform size and shape. Brush off as much dirt as possible without washing. Leave at least 2.5 cm stems on all vegetables (unless otherwise stated). Put on plates or use suitable containers for ease of transport and judging. 

Class 

  1. Sweet corn, 2 cobs 

  2. Green Peppers, 2 

  3. Hot Peppers, 2 

  4. Uncommon vegetable, 1 (eg. okra, purple pepper, kohlrabi, named) 

  5. Carrots, 3 

  6. Vegetable man 

  7. Beets, 3 

  8. Onions, 2, skins on 

  9. Red tomatoes, 3 

  10. Red potatoes, 4 

  11. Green tomatoes, 2 

  12. Variety of vegetables, 5 

  13. White potatoes, 4 

  14. Sunflower head, decorated, not judged by size 

  15. Rainbow made from vegetables 

  16. Sunflower with a face 

  17. Pumpkin with a face, drawn or carved, JK - Gr. 2 

  18. Pumpkin with a face, drawn or carved, Gr. 3 and over 

  19. Cherry type tomatoes, 5 

  20. Most naturally grown, odd-shaped vegetable 

  21. Toy made from vegetables in current fair theme 

  22. Best looking pumpkin or squash, uniform shape and colour 

  23. Tree made from legumes on a firm plate.  Prizes donated by The Lawnmaster  1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $5, 4th - $3. 

**McKillop Mutual Insurance Co. donates $10 (most points), $8 (2nd most points), $5 (4th most points) 

**Eileen Malone donates $7 (3rd most points)

Also check out the Youth Tomato contest!