Produce Judging

Date: May 13, 2017

Contest Results:
Adults
Youth

Location: Lone Star College – Montgomery Campus
3200 College Park Drive
Conroe, TX 77384-4500

Campus Maps

Entry/Registration Deadline: TBA

Entry Fee: TBA

Description/Objectives:

The objective of this activity is to teach participants as consumers how to select good produce, and as produce buyers/horticulture commodity producers, what sells best to consumers. This is an individual activity only.

Produce will be either fruits or vegetables that are commonly grown or consumed in Texas. Activity will consist of four produce classes. Each produce class will have four samples of the same produce. Participants are to rank the four samples in order of highest to lowest according to the judging criteria and fill out the corresponding bubble on their Scranton. Cuts on points will be decided at the activity. The highest total score is 200. Fifty points are possible per class. Results will be posted online.

Schedule: Tentative
12:00 Contest Begins
Participation in this contest is a come as you go.

Judging Criteria

District 9 4-H Produce Judging Committee:
Boone Holladay – Co Chair, Fort Bend County
Michael Potter  – Co Chair, Montgomery County
William Johnson, Galveston County
Skip Richter, Harris County
Here is a class of tomatoes:

P1050790

 

 

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