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Loca~Show -To Entrkm Close: Friday 03-Aug 5:00 PM Exhibit= Received: Wednesday 08-Aug Before 10:00 AM Judging: Wednesday 08-Aug 10:00 AM Exhibits Released: Sunday 12-Aug 8:00 PM Entry Limit: 2 Entries per Exhibitor per Class Entry Fee: $1.00 per entry per class . $5.00 per entry per ctsss for ON. 763 - Horticulture Include Lass~ County Premiums Offered ~er Clalr~ 1 st 2nd 3rd $5 $3 $2 American System of Judgtng Agriculture/Horticulture Guidelines: All agriculture/horticulture exhibits will be displayed in the Floriculture Exhibit Building. All agriculture and horticulture products must have been grown by the exhibitor. The Fair will not be responsible for return of agriculture/horticulture exhibits. Entries will be judged according to the commercial maturity standards. The quality desired in agricultural and horticultural product exhibits is the quality that brings the best financial return in the commercial market. Such exhibits must be as mature as that stage of dpeness required by Section 42513 of the California Agriculture Code in order to be considered for premium awards. Consideration will be given for fair time and expected DMSION: 752 BALED HAY Quantity Class 1. Alfalfa Hay 3. 2. Grass Hay - baled 4. Oat H~ : 5. Any Other Hay etables All vegetables must be plate displayed. 1st 2nd $12 $8 $4 Best of Show Rosette for each Overall Winner of Divlslons 753 - 1 will receive The Vegetable Gan~neds DIVISION: 753 FRUITS & POD Class maturity. 1. Beans - Snap, Green Exhibits stressing features, which detract from the 2. Beans-Snap, Wax commercial value of any produce, are undesirable and 3. Beans- Market should be avoided. Any frozen fruit or vegetables will be 4. Eggplant disqualified. 5. Peas Unless otherwise specified, the type of vegetables desired 6. Peas - Edible POd 82 for exhibit, will be a uniform commercial grade rather than 7. Peppers - Bell overgrown. Monstrosities will not be considered for 8. Pepper-Hot 3 premium aWbards. 9. Peppers - Other ~cti0n 42512 - Mature . having reached that stage of 10. Tomatoes-RoundTypes 33 ripeness which will insure the completion of the ripening11. Tomatoes- Cherry process to a degree which will insure palatability after the 12. Tomatoes- Other Types 3 removal of the product from the tree, plant or vine. 13. Any Other Edible Fruit & Pod Vegetable 3 Section 42515 - Overripe - having an advanced state of DIVISION:754 LEAFY /I maturity which causes the product to be undesirable for Class , human consumption in a fresh state. 1. Broccoli 11 Grain Hay 2. Cabbage-Green NO Sweepstakes fo~ Divisions 750- 752 3. Cabbage- Any Other 4. Cauliflower DIVISION:750 GRAIN 5. Chard, Swiss - Red (6 leaves) t1 Class 6. Chard, Swiss - White (6 leaves) 1. Grain - Bulk - Any - Name Vadety 7. Corn - Sweet 3 (1 pint in open container) 8. Green Onions (6 each) 1 2. Grain - Sheaves - Any - Name Variety (mature & cured; not less than 4" in diameter at bottom tie) DIVISION: 751 FORAGE PLANTS Sheaves, leaves attached, not less than 4" in diameter at bottom tie Class 1. Alfalfa - Any Variety 3. Grass - Any Variety 2. Clover - Any Variety 4. Legumes - Any Other 9. Herbs 3 10. Lettuce - Any 1 1 t. Parsley 2 12. Rhubarb 6 13. Sun =r 1 14. Any Other 3 Entries Close for A# - Hort. Department, yriday, August 3, 2o01 - 5:00 64