YOUTH – AGRICULTURE

COMMITTEE

Eddy, Rebecca Hankins Family

(See General Rules and Regulations)

RULES

1. Each specimen or group of specimens must be shown in its proper division and class.

2. All entries must be displayed on paper plates supplied by exhibitors.

3. Any exhibit that deteriorates during the week may be discarded. Premiums will still be awarded and ribbons will be displayed.Class Prize Awards.

4. All exhibits must be washed & clean for display

CLASS PRIZE AWARD

1st – $3
2nd – $2
3rd – $1

OPEN VEGETABLES

1. Beans, Green, 6
2. Beans, Pole, 6
3. Beans, Half Runners, 6
4. Beans, Cornfield, 6
5. Beans, Shelled, 1 pt.
6. Peas, 6
7. Beets with tops, 3
8. Carrots with tops, 3
9. Cabbage, 1
10. Cucumbers, 3
11. Onion large, 2
12. Onions medium, 3
13. Onion assort, 3 (1 of each white, yellow & red)
14. Eggplant, 1
15. Peppers Green, 3
16. Peppers Red, 3
17. Peppers Yellow, 3
18. Peppers Cayenne, 3
19. Peppers Banana, 3
20. Peppers Jalapeno, 3
21. Peppers Habanero, 6
22. Peppers Assort, 3 (1 of each green, yellow & red)
23. Potatoes Irish large, 2
24. Potatoes medium, 3
25. Potatoes Sweet, 3
26.Pumpkin Small, 2
27. Pumpkins large field, 1
28. Pumpkin Pie, 2
29. Pumpkin Warty, 1
30.Pumpkin Jack-O-Lantern, 1 any size
31. Squash Acorn, 1
32. Squash Cushaw, 1
33. Squash Butternut, 2
34. Squash crooked or straight neck, 3
35. Squash Zucchini, 2
36. Sunflower, 1 large (must show head)
37. Sunflower, 3 small heads
38. Tomatoes large red, 1
39. Tomatoes large yellow, 1
40. Tomatoes Roma, 3
41. Tomatoes medium, 3
42. Tomatoes miniature, 10
43. Tomatoes assort of 3 (different colors)
44. Watermelon, 1
45. Cantaloupe, 1
46. Okra, 5

FRUITS

47. Apples, 3
48. Pears, 3
49. Peaches, 3
50. Grapes, 2 bunches
51. Fruit Other, 3

SMALL GRAINS AND CORN

52. Corn Sweet Garden, 3 ears
53. Corn Field White, 3 ears
54. Corn Field Yellow, 3 ears
55. Corn Popcorn, 3 ears
56. Corn Indian, 3 ears
57. Corn Stalk with 2 ears, 1

HAY AND SILAGE

58. Hay, Alfalfa; not over 10 % grass, 5” thick section of bale
59. Hay, Alfalfa and Grass Mixed; not over 50 % of grass, 5” thick section of bale
60. Hay, grass; 5” thick section of bale

TOBACCO

61. Tobacco 1 stalk

MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS

62. Eggs Colored (Blue or Green) 6
63. Eggs Brown 6
64. Eggs, White 6
65. Gourds Birdhouse, 1
66. Gourds Long Handled, 1
67. Gourds Small, 3
68. Gourds Decorative, 1
69. Decorative Collection, Basket or Wagon
70. Herbs large bunch, 1
71. Mr. Potato Head, 1
72. Entomology
73. MISCELLANEOUS, Any other

Best-in-Show — Rosette

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