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FFA Horticulture

Department 34

FFA HORTICULTURE


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


To place a on-line entry:

For 4H and FFA

Beef, Dairy, Sheep, Goats, Horses, Llama/Alpaca, and Swine http://nwwafair4h.fairwire.com/

All other entries: http://nwwafair.fairwire.com/ This includes all other 4H and FFA departments.

All 4H and FFA exhibitor will need to register on both pages if they are also entering in Open class Beef, Dairy or Horses. They will need to enter their names exactly the same. No exhibitor will be allowed 2 exhibitor numbers.


NEW for 2018 - For all 4-H and FFA Exhibitors in departments Beef, Dairy, and Horses there will be a one-time entry fee of $15. With this entry fee, each exhibitor will be able to enter as many animals as they would like in any 4-H and FFA Class in those listed departments. Limits will still apply in each department. With the entry fee, each exhibitor will receive a 4H/FFA Season Gate Admission that will allow daily entrance to the Fair. If a 4H or FFA exhibitor would also like to enter their animal(s) into Open Class Exhibits then they will need to also pay the Open Class entry fees for that department.

Items can be entered on-line through Monday prior to the fair (one week).

1. All exhibits shall be displayed in space provided by the Superintendent of FFA.

2. All landscape projects must be set up Friday before the Fair.

3. No commercially grown plants shall be entered in the general FFA plant show. All horticulture exhibits shall be grown or made as a part of the instructional program or supervised agricultural experience program of the FFA.

4. Student must have owned exhibit at least three months prior to Fair time and must have personally groomed the exhibit.

5. Landscape exhibits may use commercially grown plants. Exhibits shall be judged on the Danish System.

6. Containers shall be commercial plastic containers. Cans and wooded boxes shall not be used for exhibit purposes. Certain plants may require clay containers. Such containers shall be clean, and attractive. A decorated container shall be considered only to the degree it detracts from the appearance of the plant.

7. Plants shall be identified properly by the exhibitor prior to entry by the appropriate markings as both the scientific and common name.

8. Exhibits shall be free of contaminating insects and diseases. The Superintendent may reject any exhibit with visible contamination.

9. Exhibits shall not be removed from the display until released by the Superintendent. Prior removal shall be cause for loss of ribbons and premiums.

10. Exhibits of individual plants shall be limited to one of any variety and two of any one genus. Design shall be limited to one of each lot.

11. Exhibits will not be accepted after 9 a.m. on Monday, entry day.
12. Plants judged on:

a. Condition: Grooming, freedom from mechanical damage, disease, insects, appropriate color and fertility.

b. Cultural perfection: the degree of perfection possible for its variety.

c. Maturity: plants must be mature for display purposes. d. Container: over potted, under potted, cleanliness, appropriateness

13. Over two entries must be approved by the Superintendent.

*Exhibitors are responsible for watering their own plants

DIVISION A - SINGLE POTTED PLANTS

PREMIUMS: 3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Foliage house plant

4. Vining or trailing plant

2. Flowering or fruiting house plant

5. Cacti or succulent

3. Bedding or border plant

6. Other potted plant


DIVISION B - HANGING BASKET PLANTS

PREMIUMS: 4.50 3.00 2.50
CLASS NUMBER

1. Trailing flowering

4. Trailing fern

2. Trailing foliage

5. Other trailing basket plant

3. Trailing mixed

DIVISION C - DESIGN DIVISION

PREMIUMS: 6.00 4.00 2.50
CLASS NUMBER

1. Bonsai

5. Three or more in single container for effect

2. Dish garden

6. Two or more plants on rock or driftwood

3. Dried floral arrangement

7. Other design

4. Terrarium

DIVISION D - CONTAINERIZED PATIO PLANTINGS

PREMIUMS: 4.50 3.00 2.50
CLASS NUMBER

1. Evergreen shrub

5. Standard

2. Evergreen tree

6. Portable garden

3. Deciduous shrub

7. Mixed planter

4. Deciduous tree

DIVISION E – GREENHOUSE

Portable greenhouses: Shall be no smaller than 8' x 10'. Benches, as appropriate, shall be included. Electrical wiring and water piping is not required. Houses shall be complete in all other details.

PREMIUMS: 50.00 36.00 30.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Small house (between 8' - 10' wide x 10' - 12' long)

PREMIUMS: 60.00 50.00 42.00
CLASS NUMBER

2. Large house (12' - 20' long and 12' wide)

DIVISION F - Landscape Design Exhibit

All nursery stock MUST be baled or in cans.

Chapters are limited to one entry.

Adult involvement is limited to supervision and advice.

Entry shall exemplify some phase of home landscaping or home beautification typical of student effort.

A planting plan covered with plastic facing a list of plants must be with the exhibit and be displayed in prominent location.

Put plan out without school name for judging.

Display judged on:

a) Educational value

b) Flow and blending of materials

c) Condition of plants and materials

d) Appropriate to the theme of use of display

e) Neatness and quality of construction

f) Labeling of materials, explanation of purpose and display of plan

PREMIUMS 150.00 125.00 100.00
CLASS NUMBER

1. Landscape design exhibit

DIVISION G - ANY OTHER ORNAMENTAL

PREMIUMS
: 12.50 10.00 7.50
CLASS NUMBER

1. Other Ornamental Exhibit

DIVISION H – VEGETABLES AND FRUITS AND NUTS

You can enter more than one item in each lot, but only one of a kind
PREMIUMS:
3.00 2.50 2.00
CLASS NUMBER
1. Vegetables
2. Fruits
3. Nuts
4. Miscellaneous

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