YOUTH HORTICULTURE DIVISION 

Harvey Franklin and Eli Stoltman

Total premiums offered: $300

Maximum $4 for a Blue Ribbon.  Bring exhibit in small, clear, disposable soft drink bottle to insure uniformity of show, for classes Y-9 through Y-18. **

 

Plant Displays

Note: these items may not be watered daily. Enter at your own risk.

565 Terrariums

566 Dish Gardens (desert or tropical)

567 Vegetable bucket garden (grown in container)

568 Annual container garden (non-vegetable)

569 House plants

570 Hanging baskets

571 Herb Container Garden

572 Window Box Display

573 Upcycle Container Garden (Previously used container recycled, example, wood pallet garden).

574 Garden and/or Orchard Display – exhibit as many different fruits and/or vegetables from their garden as desired. Any size or type (minimum of five types) of produce may be displayed. The exhibit must be in a display container (box or basket) which can be easily moved.

YLC1 Arrangement-bud vase

YLC2 Arrangement-symmetrical design

YLC3 Arrangement-free style design

YLC4 Double Bloom Petunia

YLC5 Single Bloom Petunia

YLC6 Marigold Bloom

YLC7 Rose Bloom

YLC8 Zinnia Bloom

YLC9 Other Annual Bloom

YLC10 Coleus Foliage (1 stem, highly colored)

YLC11 Gladioli Bloom

YLC12 Blooming Potted Plant

YLC13 Dahlia Bloom

YLC14 Daylily, yellow tones

YLC15 Daylily, red tones

YLC15A Daylily, pink tones

YLC15B Daylily, peach

YLC15C Daylily, bi-color

YLC15D Daylily, any other

 

GARDEN YOUTH DIVISION

Total Premiums Offered-$300

Maximum $4 for Blue Ribbon.

Bring exhibits on paper plates in sealable plastic bags. *Exhibits may not be returned to exhibitor. *

575 Tomato (3 per plate) Must be ripe (red or yellow color only) cherry type

576 Tomato (3 per plate) beef steak

577 Tomato (3 per plate) heirloom 

578 Peppers, hot (3 per plate)

579 Peppers – bell (3 per plate)

580 Peppers – sweet (3 per plate)

581 Cucumbers, slicing (3 per plate) 

582 Cucumbers, pickling (3 per plate)

583 Beans, snap or lima (6 per plate)

584 Corn, sweet (in the husk with silks) (2 ears per plate)

585 Cantaloupe (1 whole), halved

586 Squash, summer (2 per plate)

587 Eggplant (2 per plate)

588 Potato (3 per plate)

589 Largest tomato (by weight; must be ripe, red or yellow only)

590 Largest pumpkin (by weight)

591 Largest watermelon

YLC16 Onions (3) not peeled

YLC17 Cabbage (1 head)

YLC18 Carrots (plate of 3)

YLC19 Beets (3 topped)

YLC20 Broccoli (1 bunch)

YLC21 Okra (4)

YLC22 Zucchini Squash (2)

YLC23 Any other squash (2)

YLC24 Any other vegetable (not listed)

YLC25    Red Delicious Apples (2)

YLC26 Golden Delicious Apples (2)

YLC27 Grimes Golden Apples (2)

YLC28 Johnathan or Red Johnathan Apples (2)

YLC29 Granny Smith Apples (2)

YLC30 Pears (2)

YLC31 Grapes (1 bunch)

YLC32 Any other summer variety apples, Not listed (2)

YLC33 June Apples (2)

YLC34 Blueberries (10)

YLC35 Plums (2)

YLC36 Peas (4)

YLC37 Peaches (2)

YLC38 Blackberries (4)

 

FIELD CROPS YOUTH DIVISION

Total premiums offered $100.00

Maximum $4.00 for blue ribbon

 

TOBACCO (Division 2101)

4-H Exhibitor with highest total points is awarded the best exhibitor award and will receive an engraved plaque offered by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. To be eligible, exhibitor must enter three of the following classes:

*Burley - Stripped Dark Stripped

*Burley - Best Crop Green Stick - Dark

*Green Stick Burley Dark - Best Crop

*Potted Burley Potted Dark

 

Burley Division - Stripped

5 Flying

6 Lug

7 Leaf

8 Tip

 

Burley - Best Crop

15 Best Crop, 4-H, 4 grades

 

Dark Tobacco

26 4-H Best Crop (2 hands – 20 leaves each grade)

 

Green Dark Tobacco (By Sticks)

31 Dark

 

Growing Dark Tobacco Plant

33 Best potted growing plant of Dark Tobacco

 

Green Tobacco (by sticks)

36 Burley

39 Best potted growing plant of Burley Tobacco

All potted plants will become the property of the Kentucky State Fair and after judging will be used as decorations throughout the Fair for promotion of the Tobacco Department.

 

HAY (1/2 bale)

600 Alfalfa hay, ½ bale (no full bales accepted) from the current year's project crop, neatly tied and labeled

601 Red clover hay, ½ bale (no full bales accepted) from the current year's project crop, neatly tied and labeled

602 Timothy hay, ½ bale (no full bales accepted) from this current year's project crop, neatly tied and labeled. Place hay in a double strength plastic bag

603 Other grass hay, ½ bale (no full bales accepted) from this current year's project crop, neatly tied and labeled. Place hay in a double strength plastic bag

604 Mixed hay, ½ bale (no full bales accepted) from this current year's project crop, neatly tied and labeled. 

 

YELLOW CORN 

605 Yellow-ear from previous year’s crop, 8 ears shucked

606 Yellow-ear, from current year’s crop, 8 ears shucked

607 Yellow-shelled, from previous year’s crop, 0.5 gallon in a container, and labeled to show variety and yield

 

WHITE CORN

608 White-ear from previous year’s crop, 8 ears shucked, and labeled with variety and yield

609 White-ear, from current year’s crop, 8 ears shucked, and labeled with variety and yield

610 White-shelled from previous year’s crop, 0.5 gallon in a container, and labeled to show variety and yield

 

POPCORN

611 White popcorn-ear from previous year’s crops, 8 ears shucked, and labeled with variety and yield

612 Red popcorn-ear from previous year’s crops, 8 ears shucked, and labeled with variety and yield

613 Yellow popcorn-ear from previous year’s crop, 8 ears shucked, and labeled with variety and yield

 

FIELD SOYBEANS

614 Soybeans from the current year's crop, three stalks tied together below leaves, with roots intact, but free of soil, and labeled to show variety.

615 Soybeans from the previous year's crop. 1-gallon zip lock bag, and labeled to show

variety and yield.

 

GRAIN SORGUM (milo)

617 Grain Sorghum from the current year's crop, three stalks tied together below leaves, with roots intact, but free of soil, and labeled to show variety.

618 Grain Sorghum from the previous year's crop, 1-gallon zip lock bag, and labeled to show variety and yield.

 

SWEET SORGHUM

619 Sweet sorghum from the current year's crop, three stalks tied together below leaves, with roots intact, but free of soil, and labeled to show variety

 

WHEAT (soft, red, winter)

620 Wheat from the current year's     crop, 0.5 gallon in a container, and labeled to show variety and yield.

621    Barley from the current year's crop, 0.5 gallon in a container, and labeled to show variety and yield.