Garden Display. Exhibit to consist of five (5) different fresh vegetables or fruits.Canned products and shelled vegetables are not accepted. Only one variety of each type of vegetable or friut may be exhibited. The numbers of the five (5) types of vegetables or fruit to be exhibited are: Large Vegetables (1 each): Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Eggplant, Large Pumpkin, Squash, Watermelon. Medium Vegetables (5 each): Beets, Carrots, Cucumbers, Decorative Gourds, Potatoes, Miniature Pumpkins, Okra, Onions, Peppers, Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes, or other similar sized vegetable. Small Vegetables (12 each): Green snap beans, wax beans, English peas or other similar size vegetables. Small Fruits (One-half pint box): Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or other similar sized fruit. Tree Fruits (5 each): Apples, pears, peaches or similar sized fruit. Grapes (2 Bunches) *(Each exhibitor in this class will be limited to four square feet or space. The Vegetable Garden Display should be exhibited in a tray, basket or container that can easily be moved by the Fair staff. Fresh Culinary herbs (6) ex: parsley, basil, dill, etc. Six stems (or a comparable quantity) of ONE VARIETY of fresh herbs must be exhibited in a disposable container of water. Dried herbs are not accepted. Horticulture Notebook 1. Entry shall consist of a notebook or three-ring binder of written narrative describing a horticulture project such as a landscape design, landscape installation, lawn renovation, water garden, vegetable garden, lawn mowing service, landscapes maintenance business, farmer’s market business, or other horticulture project. 4-Hers are encouraged to include photographs, illustrations and/or landscape drawings that help explain work done by the member. Photos taken from the same location before, during and after the completion of the project are particularly helpful. JUNIOR DIVISION (7-9 years old): #296 - Small Vegetable #297 - Medium Vegetable #298 - Large Vegetable #299 - Garden Display #300 - Fresh Culinary Herbs #301 - Horticulture Notebook #302 - Small Fruits (One-half pint box). Ex: Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or other similar sized fruits #303 - Tree Fruits (Plate of 5). Ex: Apples, pears, peaches, or similar sized fruits #304 - Grapes (Plate of 2 bunches) INTERMEDIATE DIVISION (10-13 years old): #308 - Small Vegetable #309 - Medium Vegetable #310 - Large Vegetable #311 - Garden Display #312 - Fresh Culinary Herbs #313 - Horticulture Notebook #314 - Small Fruits (One-half pint box). Ex: Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or other similar sized fruits #315 - Tree Fruits (Plate of 5). Ex: Apples, pears, peaches, or similar sized fruits #316 - Grapes (Plate of 2 bunches) SENIOR DIVISION (14-18 years old): #320 - Small Vegetable #321 - Medium Vegetable #322 - Large Vegetable #323 - Garden Display #324 - Fresh Culinary Herbs #325 - Horticulture Notebook #326 - Small Fruits (One-half pint box). Ex: Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or other similar sized fruits. #327 - Tree Fruits (Plate of 5). Ex: Apples, pears, peaches, or similar sized fruits. #328 - Grapes (Plate of 2 bunches. FLORICULTURE #332 Annual Garden Flower, cut specimen, single stem #333 Perennial Garden Flower, cut specimen, single stem #334 Fresh Flower Arrangement #335 Dried Flower Arrangement, no fabric or plastic material allowed 4-H INDIVIDUAL PROJECT DISPLAYS Retha Blecha, Co-Superintendent
Staci Strnad, Co-Superintendent Consultation Judging, Tuesday, August 2 Premium Category 3 NOTE: This area is for posters, notebooks or displays for the following project areas: Citizenship, Exploring 4-H, Family Studies, Healthy Lifestyles, Leadership, Public Speaking, Self-Determined and also includes Reporter, Historian and Secretary notebooks. Project also judged at this time are entries for Forestry, Reading, Shooting Sports and Wildlife. Although they have separate and specific entry information, see elsewhere in the book. 1. Read General 4-H Regulations 2. NONE of the entries in this division are eligible for Kansas State Fair. 3. If deserving a Champion and Reserve Champion will be awarded for project notebooks, posters and displays in this area and a separate Champion and Reserve for the Historian, Secretary and Reporters books. 4. Project notebooks, posters and displays must represent a project carried by the 4-H member and be from the list above. 5. These entries should tell what and how the member has accomplished certain things in the specific project. 6. Entries will be dropped a ribbon placing if size guidelines listed are exceeded. #339 Reporter’s book #340 Historian’s book #341 Secretary’s book #342 Junior Division (7-9 years old) - Notebook, Poster (max size is 22” x 28’’- poster board size), or Display (max size is 2’ x 3’ x 18” depth science fair type tri-fold display board) #343 Intermediate Division (10-13 years old) - Notebook, Poster (max size is 22” x 28” - poster board size), or Display (max size is 2’ x 3’ x 18’ depth science fair type tri-fold display board) #344 Senior Division (14-18 years old) - Notebook, Poster (max size is 22” x 28’’- poster board size), or Display (max size is 2’ x 3’ science fair type tri-fold display board) #345 Other Posters - (22”x28) NOT CONSIDERED FOR CHAMPION 4-H PETS Consultation Judging, Tuesday, August 2 Premium Category 2 1. Read General 4-H Regulations. 2. Pets will be brought in to show and then taken back home. 3. Cats are required to have a collar and leash. 4. None of these classes are State Fair eligible. 5. Dogs should NOT be entered in this class. They should be entered in the Dog Show. #349 Cats #350 Other pets (PLEASE SPECIFY ON YOUR ENTRY TAG WHAT KIND OF PET) #351 Educational Exhibit/Posters- 22” x 28”/Notebooks 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY Katherine Larson, Superintendent Consultation Judging, Wednesday, August 3 Premium Category 3 1. Read General 4-H Regulations. 2. Black and white and color photographs, slides and videos may be exhibited. 3. 4-Her may enter more than one entry per class. (At Kansas State Fair- A 4-Her can enter a photo, slide and video and if they have 8+ years of experience they may enter two prints in different classes.) 4. Photographs entered must be the result of the current year’s project work by the 4-H member. Photos must be taken by the 4-H member (exhibitor). 5. Remove white border from the enlargement before mounting. All photos must be no larger than 8” x 10” and no smaller than 7” x 9 “, after trimming. 6. Photos are to be mounted across the narrow (11”) dimension of an 11” x 12.5 “ sheet of white or cream studio mount which may be purchased at the Extension Office. Photos mounted on foam core or poster board not allowed. 7. Photos must be mounted with the top edge of the print 1 inch below the top of the mount (board is always oriented narrow side up). The sides of the print must be equal distance from the two sides of the mount. 8. A permanent mount must be made by using photographic dry mounting tissue or spray mounting.