Section C – Vegetables

SECTION C - VEGETABLES Conveners Kelly and George Leroux, 629-3734

CLASS

  1. Bush Beans, green, 12
  2. Bush Beans, yellow, 12
  3. Pole Beans, green, 12
  4. Pole Beans, yellow, 12
  5. Pole Beans, A.O.V., 12
  6. Scarlet Runner Beans, 12
  7. Bush Beans, A.O.V., 12
  8. Beets, Globe, 6 (no greens)
  9. Beets, Cylindra
  10. Broccoli, heads or bunches, 1
  11. Cabbage, green, 1 with a few outer leaves
  12. Cabbage, red, 1 with a few outer leaves
  13. Swiss Chard, plants, 2
  14. Carrots, short (4” & under), 5
  15. Carrots, intermed. (over 4” & under 7”), 5
  16. Carrots, long (7” & over), 5
  17. Carrots, A.O.V., 5
  18. Cauliflower, 1
  19. Corn, table, husked, 5
  20. Cucumber, slicing, 2
  21. Cucumber, English, 2
  22. Cucumber, pickling (2” - 3” long), 12
  23. Cucumber, dills (approx. 4”), 12
  24. Eggplant, Globe, 2
25    Eggplant, A.O.V., 2
  1. Garlic, A.V., 5
  2. Garlic Braid (12 to 18 heads)
  3. Garlic, Elephant, 3
  4. Leeks, 5
  5. Lettuce, head,2 (with washed roots
  6. Lettuce,cos,2 in water, in plastic bag
  7. Lettuce, leaf, 2 or shallow dish)
  8. Onions, yellow, (from seed), 5
  9. Onions, yellow, (from sets), 5
  10. Onions, red, (from seed), 5
  11. Onions, red, (from sets), 5
  12. Onions, bunching or green, 5
  13. Onions, shallots or multiplier, 5
  14. Peas, Sugar Snap, 12
  15. Peas, shelling, A.V., 12
  16. Banana-type Peppers (stems on), 3
  17. Bell Peppers, A.O.V, (stems on), 3
  18. Peppers, A.O.V. (stems on), 3
  19. Hot Peppers (stems on), 3
  20. Potatoes, early, 5
  21. Potatoes, main crop, white, 5
  22. Potatoes, main crop, red, 5
  23. Potatoes, A.O.V., 5
  24. Pumpkin, 1
  25. Radish, A.V., 6
  26. Spinach, A.V., 2 heads
  27. Squash, Hubbard, 1
  28. Squash, winter, A.O.V., 2
  29. Squash, zucchini (under 10“), 2
  30. Squash, summer, A.O.V., 2
  31. Tomatoes, cherry red (stems on), 6
  32. Tomatoes, cherry, A.O.V., 6
  33. Tomatoes, green (stems on), 6
  34. Tomatoes, red (stems on), 6
  35. Tomatoes, heirloom (stems on), 6
  36. Tomatoes, paste (stems on), 6
  37. Tomatoes, A.O.V., (stems on), 6
  38. Tomatoes, collection, 2 each of 3 distinct varieties
  39. Turnips, purple top, under 3”, 5
  40. Turnips, Swede or rutabaga, 5
  41. Melons or Canteloupes, AV, 2
  42. Vegetables, root, A.O.V.
  43. Vegetables, leaf, A.O.V.
  44. Vegetables, fruit, A.O.V.
  45. Herbs, fresh in bunches, labelled, 5 (in separate containers of water)
  46. Herbs, dried, labelled, 5
  47. Collection of vegetables, 5 (distinct varieties of vegetables in quantities as listed above.) MacKinnon Trophy class – first place Class 72
Ashton Ross-Smith Trophy – most points Section C, Class 1-72  

Judging Standards

  • Exhibits must be as specified in the catalogue as to number, size, etc.
  • Exhibits are judged against the Standards of Perfection in the BCAAFE Judging Standards Manual available on line at http://www.bcfairs/ and http:// www.pifi.ca/
  • If several exhibits in a class meet all the requirements, they will then be judged against each other.
  • Please name the specific variety you are exhibiting, if possible, as this informs and educates the public.