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Best in Class- Kenny Christison
Best in Class- Peg Gerlock
Best in Class- Kimmie Wilson



Andy Zall

Location: Main Exhibit Hall

Blue - $3
Red - $2
White - Ribbon only


1. Fruit should be of show quality and grown in San Juan County by the entrant. Please see San Juan County Fair Entry rules.

2. The number in parenthesis after the Class name indicates the quantity to submit.

3. Fruit should be as close to perfection as possible - ripe, or slightly under ripe so it will last several days on display.

4. Lots should be of uniform size and shape as uniformity is more important to the Judge than large size.

5. Enter fruit with good representative color, a minimum of blemishes, and without bruises, damage, insect or larval infestations.

6. Autumn ripening fruit will not be mature in August but will be shown alongside others grown in similar conditions and judged as representative of that type or variety.

7. Enter by Class and Lot. Preference is given to named varietals in the judging.

8. More than one entry per Class is allowed, if they are from different Lots.

9. The Superintendent may refuse entries or remove exhibits which are unsightly because of damage, decay, disease or infestation.

Class 1: Apples (3)


a) Akane

b) Almata

c) Braeburn

d) Buckley Giant (Improved Buckley)

e) Chehalis

f) Delicious, Golden (Yellow Delicious)

g) Delicious, Red

h) Discovery

i) Early Blaze

j) Empire

k) Fiesta

l) Gala

m) Golden Russet

n) Honeycrisp

o) Idared

p) Jonagold

q) Karmijn de Sonnaville

r) Liberty

s) Lodi

t) McIntosh

u) Melrose

v) Mutsu

w) Northern Spy

x) Prima

y) Spartan

z) Summered

aa) Twenty Ounce

bb) Tydeman Red

cc) Wolf River

dd) Apple, other. Must name variety.

Class 2: Heritage Apples (3)


a) Blue Pearmain

b) Bramley’s Seedling

c) Brown Russet

d) Cox’s Orange Pippin

e) Gravenstein

f) King

g) Snow (Fameuse)

h) Twenty Ounce

i) Wagner

j) Yellow Banana

k) Yellow Transparent

l) Heritage Apple, other. Must name variety.

Class 3: Apricots (5)

Class 4: Berries (1/2 pint)


a) Blackberries

b) Blueberries

c) Boysenberries

d) Currants

e) Gooseberries

f) Loganberries

g) Marionberries

h) Raspberries

i) Strawberries

j) Tayberries

k) Berries, other. Must name variety.

Class 5: Cherries (1/2 pint)


a) Sour cherries

b) Sweet cherries

Class 6: Cherry Plums (10)

Class 7: Citrus


a) Kumquat (5)

b) Lemon (3)

c) Meyer Lemon (3)

d) Lime (3)

e) Citrus, other. Must name variety. (3)

Class 8: Crabapples (5)

Class 9: Figs (3)

Class 10: Grapes (3 bunches)


a) Green

b) Red

c) Grapes, other. Must name variety.

Class 11: Kiwi (5)


a) Fuzzy (A. chinensis)

b) Hardy (A. arguta)

c) Kiwi, other. Must name variety.

Class 12: Melons (1)


a) Cantaloupe

b) Honeydew

c) Watermelon

d) Melon, other. Must name variety.

Class 13: Peaches, Regular (3)


a) Harken

b) Veteran

c) Peach, other. Must name variety.

Class 14: Peaches, Curl Resistant (3)


a) Frost

b) Summer Salish

c) Curl Resistant Peach, other. Must name variety.

Class 15: Pears, European (3)


a) Bartlett

b) Bennett

c) Bosc

d) Comice

e) Conference

f) d’Anjou

g) Harrow

h) Orcas

i) Red Bartlett

j) Seckel

k) European Pear, other. Must name variety.

Class 16: Pears, Asian (3)


a) Chojuro

b) Nijessiki (Twentieth Century)

c) Shinseiki

d) Asian Pear, other. Must name variety.

Class 17: Plums, European, oval (3)


a) Damson

b) Green Gage

c) Italian Prune

d) Sehome

e) Seneca

f) Yellow Egg

g) European Plum, other. Must name variety.

Class 18: Plums, Japanese, round (3)


a) Beauty

b) Methley

c) Satsuma

d) Shiro

e) Japanese Plum, other. Must name variety.

Class 19: Nuts (dry, 1 pint)


a) Chestnut

b) Filbert (Hazelnut)

c) Walnut

d) Nuts, other. Must name variety.

Class 20: Quince (3)

Class 21: Other Fruit. Must name Class and Variety. (3)

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