SECTION “A” - VEGETABLES AND FRUIT - OPEN

Prize for best exhibit in Section “A” - £7.50 (see Award 17)
Award No 2 for the exhibitor who obtains the highest total number of points in Vegetables and Fruit, Classes 1-36, and Flowers, Classes 50-79


Class

1. Potatoes, 3 tubers, white.
2. Potatoes, 3 tubers, coloured (varieties with white skins and pink eyes accepted in this class)
3. Potato, one for weight.
4. Sweetcorn, dish of 3 cobs
5. Carrots, long, 3 roots (min. length 300mm, not more than 3” tops)
6. Carrots, other than long, 3 roots (not more than 3” tops)
7. Beets, 3 roots (not more than 3” tops)
8. Onions, 3 bulbs
9. Onion, one for weight
10. Shallots, 5 bulbs
11. Runner beans, 6 pods
12. Runner beans, one for length.
13. Any other type of bean, 6 pods
14. Cabbage, 2 heads
15. Tomatoes, 5 fruits, any variety
16. Tomatoes, plum, 5 fruits
17. Tomatoes, cherry, 5 fruits
18. Cucumbers, 2
19. Vegetable marrows, 2 for table use, max 300mm length
20. Vegetable marrow, one for weight
21. Courgettes, 3
22. Sweet green peppers, 3
23. Pumpkin, one for circumference
24. Leeks, 3
25. Lettuce, 2, with roots
26. Any other vegetable in reasonable quantity
27. A bunch of mixed culinary herbs – in water
28. Dessert apples, 3 fruits
29. Culinary apples, 3 fruits
30. Pears, 3 fruits
31. Plums, 5 fruits
32. Rhubarb, 3 sticks
33. Blackberries, 12 fruits
34. Culinary apple, one for weight.
35. Autumn raspberries, 12 fruits
36. Any other fruit in reasonable quantity.

Novice Classes – vegetables (a novice has never won 1st prize for vegetables in any show)
37. Runner beans, 6 pods
38. Onions, dish of three of one variety
39. Potatoes, dish of three of one variety
40. Tomatoes, dish of five of one variety
41. Any other vegetable in reasonable quantity