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Adult Division A: Fruit & Vegetables
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Please refer any queries in this division to Briony Wickenden - Email: horticulture@csgshow.org

We would prefer you to enter online as it saves us a lot of time on the day. However, if you must enter with a paper entry, then a pdf document of the Show Schedule containing competition classes and entry forms may be downloaded from here

PRIZES:     1st: £3:00  ~  2nd: £2:00  ~  3rd: £1:00

Available Cups

Banksian Medal Highest total of points in horticultural classes A & B inclusive(excl classes 150-153). Last year's winner not eligible
BLAA Cup Sponsored by Yaldens BLAA member accumulating the most points across all adult classes
Chalfont St Giles Gardens Association Cup CSG Gardens Association Member with most points in Division A (excl classes 150-153)
Dr Michael & Mrs Mary Webber Cup Winner of Class 122
Richard Jackson Cup Winner of Class 150
Stratton Cup Most points in Divisions A and B - CSG Gardens Association only
Tubbs Challenge Cup Most points in Division A (excl classes 150-153)
Van Hage Trophy Division A Class 152 Best Novice Allotment
Vernon Brown Cup Winner of class 136

Class Descriptions

Subdivision A: General

101 5 Apples, 1 variety, eating with stalks Adult
102 5 Apples, 1 variety, cooking with stalks Adult
103 5 Pears, 1 variety with stalks Adult
104 9 Plums, either Gages, Bullaces or Damsons, 1 variety Adult
105 Dish of 25 soft fruit with stalks Adult
106 Any other kinds of fruit Adult
 
QUANTITIES OF FRUIT REQUIRED IN CLASSES 106
Blueberries200-250gKiwi Fruit6
Cherries20Kumquats9
Citrus Fruits (other than Kumquats)3Medlars10
Black, White or Red Currants200-250gNectarines5
Figs3Nuts425-450g
Gooseberries20Peaches5
Grapes (indoor)1 bunchPineapples1
Grapes (outdoor)2 bunchesQuinces6
Hybrid Cane Fruit20Worcesterberries etc200-250g
 
107 15 Strawberries with stalks Adult
108 20 Raspberries with stalks. Adult
109 20 Blackberries with stalks. Adult
110 1 Melon Adult
111 5 Onions, under 225) each Adult
112 3 Large Exhibition Onions, over 225g each Adult
113 5 Onions with roots & tops left on Adult
114 10 Shallots, Exhibition Adult
115 10 Shallots, pickling, not to exceed 2.5cm diameter Adult
116 3 Beetroot, globe, foliage tied and trimmed to 10cm Adult
117 3 Carrots, foliage tied and trimmed to 10cm Adult
118 5 Potatoes, white, 1 variety Adult
119 5 Potatoes, coloured, 1 variety Adult
120 9 Runner Bean Pods, 1 variety Adult
121 9 Beans: Broad, French, Climbing or Dwarf Adult
122 A matched pair of Marrows, (fresh young fruits) Adult
123 3 Courgettes, 1 variety, not exceeding 15cm Adult
124 10 Tomatoes, 1 variety, small fruited, calyx attached Adult
125 5 Tomatoes, ordinary variety, calyx attached Adult
126 3 Tomatoes, beefsteak, calyx attached Adult
127 2 Cabbages, 1 variety Adult
128 3 Leeks, 1 variety Adult
129 2 cucumbers, 1 variety Adult
130 2 Heads Sweet Corn, 1 variety Adult
131 2 Lettuces, 1 variety Adult
132 2 Sweet Potatoes, 1 variety Adult
133 5 Chilli Peppers, 1 variety Adult
134 Any Other Vegetable Adult
 

Entrants will be judged on the basis of THE BEST OF THREE exhibits. (Maximum of three exhibits-each of different kind.)

QUANTITIES OF VEGETABLES REQUIRED IN CLASS 134
VEGETABLEQUANTITYMAX PTS
Brussel sprouts915
Calabrese6 stalks15
Cauliflower2 heads20
Celeriac215
Florence Fennel215
Gourds2 12
Parsnips220
Peas, including Mange Tout or Snap, 1 Variety9 pods20
Sweet Peppers215
Seakale 212
Spring or Green Salad Onions1210
Turnips315
 
135 5 Bunches of Culinary Herbs Adult
 
Different kinds not varieties, named and displayed in individual containers of water (space allowed 38cm x 38cm)
 
136 Collection of Salad Items Adult
 
3 kinds only, staged on flat table (maximum size of exhibit 38cm x 38cm)
 
137 Basket, trug or tray of three types of vegetables using quantities shown in Division A and class 134 list. Adult
138 2 Squashes Adult

Subdivision B: Novelty Classes

139 Heaviest 3 Potatoes Adult
140 Longest Runner Bean (measured straight) Adult
141 Heaviest Marrow Adult
142 Heaviest Pumpkin Adult
143 Funniest-shaped vegetable or Fruit Adult

Subdivision C: Allotments (BLAA Members)

Please ensure that you have ticked the box for "I am a member of Back Lane Allotments Association" (Edit your online details to change this). If you are NOT a member of Back Lane Allotments Association please email secretary@csgshow.org for instructions. Entries for adult allotment holders is automatic. Judging will be held sometime at the end of July/beginning of August.

150 Best Allotment Adult
151 Most Interesting Allotment Adult
152 Best Novice Allotment Adult
 
A Novice is an entrant who became an allotment holder on or after 1st April 2015
 
153 Best Scarecrow on an Allotment Adult
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