Department K : Fruits

Department K- Fruits                                                                                                                                                                                                           Department K Rules and Entry Forms 2013

Chairman: Jonathan Bishop

Committee: Charles E. Bishop, Brad Isnard

TROPHY AND ROSETTE TO BE AWARDED

Only one entry may be made of the same variety by one exhibitor.

ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED ONLY IN CLASSES LISTED.

• Entries close at 5:00 P.M., Saturday, September 14, 2013.

• All exhibits in every class must be in place by 9:00 P.M., Thursday, September 19, 2013 and remain in place until closing, Sunday, September 22, 2013. The tent will close at 6:00 P.M. and exhibits will be available after 7:00 P.M.

• Where there is no competition, each variety will be judged according to quality.

• Use Class Number and Letter C or N to designate commercial or non-commercial exhibitor.

Premiums will be awarded in both categories.

• All exhibits of fruit offered for premium must be composed of exactly the number of specimens or quantity named in the schedule, and the names of all varieties must be placed on the exhibit, whether single or in a collection. All varieties of fruit cannot possibly be listed in the premium book but all new varieties or other specimens not listed are welcomed for exhibit.

• The specimens offered for exhibition must be correctly labeled, cards being furnished by the Association.

 

FRUIT DISPLAY

1. Each exhibit to cover about 20 square feet table space. Any and all types of fruits can be used. A rosette ribbon will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize. A trophy will be awrded for 1st prize.

First- $100.00, Second- $80.00, Third- $60.00

The above exhibits to be judged on number of kinds of fruits exhibited, the quality of the fruits,and the appearance of the display according to the following score card:

Arrangements…35 points • Quality of fruits…35 points • Number of varieties…30 points

APPLES

2. Best 16 specimens of any recognized and properly identified apple variety. The fruit shall be displayed in a “diamond” arrangement. Prizes awarded for each variety.

First- $10.00, Second- $8.00, Third- $6.00

3. Plates of 5 specimens of any recognized and properly identified apple variety.

First- $5.00, Second- $4.00, Third- $3.00

4. Collection of Plates. 5 plates of 5 specimens each. Each plate a different variety.

First- $10.00, Second- $8.00, Third- $4.00

PEARS

5. Single plate of 5 specimens

First- $5.00, Second- $4.00, Third- $3.00

 

GRAPES

SPECIAL – The Association offers a prize of $20 for the best display of grapes, display to consist of not less than 5 varieties and shown in quart baskets.

6. Best 5-pound basket

First- $8.00, Second- $6.00, Third- $4.00

7. Collection of 5 plates – 3 bunches each plate, each plate a different variety

First- $10.00, Second- $8.00, Third- $6.00

8. Single plate – 3 bunches each

First- $5.00, Second- $4.00, Third- $3.00

 

PLUMS

9. Single plates –– 5 specimens

First- $5.00, Seond- $4.00, Third- $3.00

PEACHES

10. Single plates ––?5 specimens

First- $5.00, Seond- $4.00, Third- $3.00

QUINCES

11. Single plates –– 5 specimens

First- $5.00, Seond- $4.00, Third- $3.00

 

BERRIES

12. All kinds in pint basket

First- $5.00, Seond- $4.00, Third- $3.00

MISC. FRUITS

13. Single plate – 5 specimens specify variety

First- $5.00, Seond- $4.00, Third- $3.00

 

FRUIT BASKET COLLECTION

14. Four different varieties of fruit,2 specimens each, displayed in a basket by a non-commercial exhibitor

First -$10.00, Second- $8.00, Third- $6.00

 

BEST IN SHOW

A rosette ribbon and $10 premium will be awarded to the best single exhibit of fruit in the above classes entered by a noncommercial exhibitor.

Honey, Maple Syrup and Beeswax

should be entered in the

Canning Department