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4H Horticulture

Sonja Prink superintendent

Sonja Prink superintendent

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Department 9

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To place an on line entry click here:http://nwwafair.fairwire.com/


Entries can be entered on-line through the Monday prior to the fair (one week), or in the 4-H Exhibit Building Sunday before the fair between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. NOTE: No Saturday entries.

Calendar

Judging -Tuesday, 10 a.m. to noon (see Class H)

Floral Design Contest – Friday, 10 a.m. to Noon This is a non-premium event.

Wondering how to select and prepare your vegetables for entry? Check out this link to be in the know EB1103. All entries must be grown from seeds or starts. They must be grown by the exhibitor for at least 10 weeks from June 1st.

DIVISION A - VEGETABLES

PREMIUMS: 3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Artichoke

2

30. Lettuce, potted

1

2. Beans, bush yellow wax, snap stage

10

31. Onions, dry

3

3. Beans, bush, snap

10

32. Onions, not yet dry

3

4. Beans, bush, shelling stage

10

33. Onions, green, table, bunch 5

1

5. Beans, pole, snap stage

10

34. Peas, green, pods

12

6. Beans, pole, snap

10

35. Peppers, hot

3

7. Beans, pint of dried, any variety

10

36. Peppers, sweet

3

8. Beets, baby, under 1 ½” in diameter

4

37. Potatoes, russet

5

9. Beets, table, 1 ½” to 3” in diameter

4

38. Potatoes, white variety

5

10. Broccoli, complete head

1

39. Potatoes, red

5

11. Brussels sprouts, stalk leaves removed

1

40. Potatoes, any other variety, identify

5

12. Cabbage, head, any variety

1

41. Pumpkins, pie or carving

1

13. Cabbage, head, red, any variety

1

42. Pumpkins, mini

3

14. Carrots, baby ½” to 1” in diameter

6

43. Pumpkins, largest

1

15. Carrots, table, 1” to 2” in diameter

6

44. Radishes. Bunches of 6

1

16. Cauliflower, head

1

45. Rhubarb, stalks

3

17. Celery, head

1

46. Squash, winter

2

18. Chard, swiss, head, in container w/water

1

47. Squash, summer variety, under 7”

2

19. Corn, sweet, ears of any variety

3

48. Squash, summer variety, largest

1

20. Corn pop, ears of any variety

3

49. Squash, acorn

2

21. Cucumbers, slicing 6” or over

3

50. Sunflower, over 12” head on a plate

1

22. Cucumbers, pickling 3” to 6”

3

51. Tomatoes, green

6

23. Cucumbers, small pickling 1” to 3”

3

52. Tomatoes, ripe

6

24. Garlic

3

53. Tomatoes, cherry

6

25. Gourds

3

54. Turnip

3

26. Jerusalem artichokes, on a plate

3

55. Vegetable oddities

1

27. Kale


3

56. Veggie creature, made from vegetables

1

28. Kohlrabi

3

57. Other vegetable, identify, on plate

1

29. Leeks, medium

3


DIVISION B - HERBS - SMALL BUNCH CUT OR POTTED


PREMIUMS: 3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Basil

11. Mint

2. Chamomile

12. Oregano

3. Chives

13. Parsley

4. Coriander/Cilantro

14. Rosemary

5. Dill, stalks, 3, approx. 2’ long

15. Sage

6. Feverfew

16. Stevia

7. Fennel

17. Tarragon

8. Lavender, dried or fresh

18. Thyme

9. Lemon Balm

19. Any other herb

10. Marjoram



DIVISION C - CUT FLOWERS

Stems on flowers must be no shorter than 3 inches. Must be displayed in containers provided by the Fair. Arrangements can be made with the Superintendent to come in as needed to replace or freshen up flowers. If arrangements are not freshened, the Superintendent reserves the right to remove or rearrange displays.
*The listed amount is the minimum amount required. Less flowers/stems than listed will cause the exhibit to be disqualified.

PREMIUMS: 2.50 2.00 1.50
CLASS NUMBER

1. Aster, 3 flowers

19. Lilies, 1 stem

2. Bachelor buttons, 5 stems

20. Marigold, 1 large flower

3. Calendula, 3 stems

21. Marigold, 3 small flowers

4. Carnation, 3 flowers

22. Nasturtium, 5 flowers

5. Celosia, 1 spike, not over 18”

23. Pansy, 3 stems

6. Chrysanthemum, 3 stems

24. Petunia, 3 stems

7. Clarkia, 5 stems

25. Phlox, 3 stems

8. Coreopsis, 5 stems

26. Rose, 1 stem

9. Cosmos, 5 stems

27. Scabiosa, 3 stems

10. Daisy, 3 stems

28. Snapdragon, 3 stems

11. Delphinium, 1 stem

29. Stock, 2 stems

12. Echinacea, 3 flower (purple cone flower)

30. Strawflower, 3 stalks

13. Gaillardia, 3 flowers

31. Sunflower, 1, no bigger than 8” diameter

14. Gladiola, 1 spike

32. Sweet pea, 5 stems

15. Gloriosa Daisy, 3 flowers

33. Verbena, 5 flowers

16. Hollyhock, 1 stalk

34. Viola, 3 flowers

17. Hydrangea, 1 stem

35. Zinnia, 3 flowers

18. Larkspur, 3 stems

36. Other than classified(flower)



DIVISION D – DAHLIA - One flower stem per lot

PREMIUMS: 2.50 2.00 1.50
CLASS NUMBER

1. Formal decorative

11. Waterlily

2. Informal decorative

12. Peony

3. Semi-cactus

13. Anemone

4. Cactus

14. Collarette

5. Laciniated

15. Mignon single

6. Miniature

16. Orchid

7. Ball

17. Novelty-open

8. Mini-ball

18. Novelty-double

9. Pompom

19. Single

10. Stellar


20. Other



DIVISION E - ARRANGEMENTS

PREMIUMS: 3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Arrangement featuring a figurine

7. Scrapbook or garden journal

2. Corsage

8. Mantle arrangement

3. Dinner table arrangement

9. Miniature arrangement, not over 4"x4" total size, including vase

4. Display of edible flowers

10. Outside planter arrangement

5. Display of 5 varieties of roses, 1 container

11. Patio table arrangement, planter, or centerpiece

6. Foliage arrangement

12. Special occasion or holiday arrangement




DIVISION F – JUDGING - Tuesday, 10 a.m. to Noon

Request an EB1103 from your 4-H leader for criteria on judging vegetables. Come try your hand at being a judge!

PREMIUMS: 6.00 5.00 4.00
CLASS NUMBER
1. Garden Judging

Floral Design Contest sponsored by Haggen. Friday at 10 a.m. in the 4H Building. See or call superintendent for more information.

This is a Non-Premium event. Haggen provides all the flowers and is a fun time event for those 4Hers who want to try.



DIVISION G – MISCELLANEOUS

PREMIUMS: 3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Cactus or cactus garden

6. Seed collection, display or booklet

2. Succulent planter

7. Fairy garden

3. hanging basket

8. Foliage planter

4. Potted plant, planted and grown by exhibitor

9. Planter with at least 5 different kinds of plants

5. Terrarium, planted and grown by exhibitor

10. Other plant not listed

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