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Schedule - SECTION JJ JUNIOR HORTICULTURE

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									  SECTION JJ                                                       JUNIOR HORTICULTURE
                                        (INCLUDES MARKET GARDEN PRODUCE)

  ENTRIES CLOSE: Friday 18th June
  ENTRY FEE:     $2.00. Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the Chief Steward
  PRIZE MONEY:   First $6.00, Second $4.00, Third $2.00 provided by RASNT except where otherwise stated.
                 If stated prizes are not provided by the sponsor, the above prizemoney may be substituted by RASNT.
  JUDGING:       Shall commence at the times stated in each sub section.
  CHIEF STEWARD: Debby Shaw
  CHAIRMAN:      Denise Merrigan - Mobile: 0419 187 347

  SPECIAL REGULATIONS
  DELIVERY:           Exhibits must be delivered to the Stewards, Agriculture Hall, Darwin Showgrounds via Tate Place.
                      no later than the times stated in each sub section. Late Entries may be accepted on delivery at the
                      discretion of the Chief Steward.
  COLLECTION:         Exhibits must be removed between 8:00 am and 12:00 noon on Sunday 25th July.
  EXHIBITS:	          All	exhibits	shall	be	the	bona	fide	property	of	the	exhibitor.	
                      A number of exhibits entered by one exhibitor does not constitute a trio or collection.
                      All exhibits, including containers, shall be in neat, clean condition, prepared for show bench
                      competitive	display	on	floor,	shelves	or	tables,	provided.	Sizes	stated	as:	Height	x	Width	(Base)
                      Each exhibit may be entered in one class only.
                      Judges reserve the right to reject non-established plants.
                      EXHIBITOR’S NAME & ADDRESS MUST NOT APPEAR ON FRONT OF EXHIBIT.
  ENTRY FORMS:        Entry forms must show exhibitor’s full date of birth or exhibit will be judged in under 18 class.
                      General Regulations 1-38 also apply.
  LABELLING:          Please	submit	name	of	all	living	plants	for	identification	(if	known).

  RESTRICTED          SPECIAL NEEDS - JUNIOR, Open to all persons with special needs, disabilities, in care or day centres.
  COMPETITION:        Name of care or day centre, and disability to be included on entry form.


  SPECIAL AWARDS
  CHAMPION JUNIOR EXHIBIT - judged from all Section ‘JJ’ exhibits. $50 plus Trophy
  BEST HORTICULTURE/AGRICULTURE EXHIBIT - judged from classes 1 to 12 $100 Sponsored by KG YOUNG &
  ASSOCIATES PTY. LTD.

  SPECIAL REGULATIONS
  DELIVERY:       Classes 1 to 11 must be delivered between 8:00am and 7:00pm Tuesday 20th July.
                  Class 12	vegetables	must	be	delivered	between	8:00am	and	7:00pm	Wednesday	21st	July.
  JUDGING:        Classes 1 to 11 judging	at	8:30am	Wednesday	21st	July.
                  Class 12 vegetable judging at 10:30am Thursday 22nd July.


  OPEN - 18 YEARS & UNDER
  Class    1    POTTED PLANT, one plant only, any species. Sponsored by IRONWOOD PARK FREE RANGE EGGS
  Class	   2	   BONSAI.	1st:	$20	Voucher	Sponsored	by	BUNNINGS DARWIN AIRPORT
  Class	   3	   HANGING	BASKET,	single	or	multiplanted.	Sponsored	by	IRONWOOD PARK FREE RANGE EGGS
  Class    4    CACTUS, one species only in pot
  Class    5    SUCCULENTS, one species only in pot Sponsored by IRONWOOD PARK FREE RANGE EGGS
  Class    6    SEEDLING IN EGGSHELL, 8 years & under - may be decorated. Must be as whole as possible and able to be
                displayed upright. Minimum 2 varieties of seedlings in two separate eggs to a maximum of six seedlings in six
                eggs. 1st: $6 2nd: $4 3rd: $2 Sponsored by D. SHAW


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Class    7 SEEDLING IN EGGSHELL, 12 years & under - may be docorated. Must be as whole as possible and able to be
           displayed upright. Minimum 2 varieties of seedlings in two separate eggs to a maximum of six seedlings in six
           eggs. 1st: $6 2nd: $4 3rd: $2 Sponsored by D. SHAW
Class 8    SEEDLING IN EGGSHELL, 18 years & under - may be decorated. Must be as whole as possible and able to be
           displayed upright. minimum 2 varieties of seedlings in two separate eggs to a maximum of six seedlings in six
           eggs. 1st: $6 2nd: $4 3rd: $2 Sponsored by D. SHAW
Class 9    MINIATURE GARDEN, 8 years & under, base not to exceed max. size 40cm x 40cm.
           1st: $30 2nd: $20 3rd: $10 Sponsored by DARWIN PLANT WHOLESALERS
Class 10 MINIATURE GARDEN, 12 years & under, base not to exceed max. size 40cm x 40cm.
           1st: $30 2nd: $20 3rd: $10 Sponsored by DARWIN PLANT WHOLESALERS
Class 11 MINIATURE GARDEN, 18 years & under, base not to exceed max. size 40cm x 40cm.
           1st: $30 2nd: $20 3rd: $10 Sponsored by DARWIN PLANT WHOLESALERS
Class	 12	 VEGETABLES,	three	or	more	vegetables	grown	by	the	exhibitor,	any	variety,	displayed	and	presented.	
	      	   1st:	$10	Voucher	Sponsored	by	BUNNINGS DARWIN AIRPORT

DIORAMAS OR PROJECTS
A	three-dimensional	miniature	or	life-like	scene	in	which	figures,	wildlife	figurines,	or	other	objects	are	arranged	in	a	naturalistic	
setting.
SPECIAL AWARDS
LANDSCAPE AFTER A BUSHFIRE ( classes 16 & 20) - $25 Sponsored by ROB KENNON
BEST DIORAMA OR PROJECT (classes 13 - 22)	-	$25	Sponsored	by ROB KENNON

SPECIAL REGULATIONS
DELIVERY:       Classes 13 to 22 to be delivered between 8:00am and 7:00pm Tuesday 20th July.
JUDGING: 	      9:00am	Wednesday,	21st	July.
COLLECTION:     Exhibits must be removed between 8:00am and 12:00noon on Sunday 25th July.
EXHIBITS:       Size	 of	 exhibit	 shall	 not	 exceed	 Height	 50cm	 -	 Base	 40cm	 x	 40cm.	Trees	 and/or	 shrubbery	 may	 be	
                composed	of	fresh	and/or	dried	materials.	Animals	and	other	figures	may	be	plastic,	modelling	clay	or	any	
                other medium. Grass may be represented with moss, coloured sand or sawdust etc. Accessories may be
                used if desired.

8 YEARS & UNDER - DIORAMAS OR PROJECTS
Class	 13	 SEA	or	WATER	SCENE	1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL STORE
Class 14 A FARMYARD 1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL STORE
Class	 15	 EXHIBITOR’S	CHOICE	-	exhibit	must	have	title	of	what	theme	diorama	is	representing.	1st: $10 Sponsored by
           NT GENERAL STORE




   scarecrow                                                                                    Great Prizes
                                                                                                 1st - $150
   competition                                                                                  2nd - $100
                                                                                                 3rd - $50
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      12 YEARS & UNDER
      Class	 16	 A	LANDSCAPE	AFTER	A	BUSHFIRE,	natural,	dried	and	charred	materials,	with	or	without	accessories.
                  1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL STORE
      Class	 17	 EXHIBITOR’S	CHOICE,	exhibit	must	have	title	of	what	theme	diorama	is	representing,	
                  1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL STORE

      18 YEARS & UNDER
      Class 18 NT SCENE, title must state area scene is of, must be indicative of area.1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL
                  STORE
      Class	 19	 RURAL	LANDSCAPE,	fresh	and/or	dried	materials	may	be	used	-	NO	plastic.	1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL
                  STORE
      Class	 20	 A	LANDSCAPE	AFTER	A	BUSHFIRE,	natural,	dried	and	charred	materials,	with	or	without	accessories.	
                  1st: $10 Sponsored by NT GENERAL STORE
      Class	 21	 EXHIBITORS	CHOICE	-	exhibit	must	have	title	of	what	theme	diorama	is	representing.	1st: $10 Sponsored by
                  NT GENERAL STORE

      RESTRICTED COMPETITION SPECIAL NEEDS -JUNIOR
      Open to students who attend a special school or have the assistance of an integrated aide.Type of disability must be stated
      on entry form.

      18 YEARS & UNDER - SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS
      Class	 22	 EXHIBITORS	CHOICE	-	exhibit	must	have	title	of	what	theme	diorama	is	representing.	
                  1st: $6, 2nd $4, 3rd: $2 Sponsored by D. SHAW

      FLORAL ART
      SPECIAL AWARDS
      BEST COLLECTION OF NATIVE FLOWERS INDIGENOUS TO THE N.T.	-	open	to	all	ages	under	18	yrs	(classes	27	and	33)	
      $30 Sponsored by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
      BEST FLORAL ART EXHIBIT, 12 YEARS & UNDER - $30 Sponsored by THE FLANAGAN FAMILY
      BEST FLORAL ART EXHIBIT, 18 YEARS & UNDER - $50 Sponsored by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
      ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD, FLORAL ART	-	Vase	Sponsored	by	COOLALINGA FLORIST

      SPECIAL REGULATIONS
      Flowers, vegetables, fruit, etc., do NOT have to be grown by the exhibitor and may be obtained from any source.
      Oasis, or similar medium, if used, must NOT be visible.
      DRIED MATERIAL EXHIBITS
      DELIVERY:             Classes 35 to 43 to be delivered via Tate Place between 8am & 7pm on Tuesday 20th July
      JUDGING:		            Dried	Arrangements	Wednesday	21st	July.
      FRESH FLOWER EXHIBITS
      DELIVERY:             Classes 23 to 35 to be delivered via Tate Place between 7am & 8am on Friday 23rd July.
      JUDGING:              Fresh Flowers - 9:00am Friday 23rd July

      VEGETABLES/ FRUIT FIGURES - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS
      Class	 23	 ANIMAL,	BIRD	OR	OTHER	FIGURE,				8 years & under		-	made		from	vegetables	and/or	fruit,	own	choice	of	
                 flowers,	foliage	and	accessories.	Max.	size:	30cm	x	40cm.	1st:	$10	Sponsored	by	THE MERRIGAN FAMILY
      Class	 24	 ANIMAL,	BIRD	OR	OTHER	FIGURE,	12 years & under	-	made	from	vegetables	and/or	fruit,	own	choice	of	
                 flowers,	foliage	and	accessories.	Max.	size:	30cm	x	40cm.	1st:	$10	Sponsored	by	THE MERRIGAN FAMILY
      Class	 25	 ANIMAL,	BIRD	OR	OTHER	FIGURE,	18 years & under		-	made	from	vegetables	and/or	fruit,	own	choice	of	
                 flowers,	foliage	and	accessories.	Max.	size:	30cm	x	40cm.	1st:	$10	Sponsored	by	THE MERRIGAN FAMILY

      FLORAL ART - 12 yrs & under - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS
      Class		 26	 MINIATURE	ARRANGEMENT,	with	or	without	foliage.	Max.	size:	Height	10cm	-	Base	10cm	x	10cm.	Sponsored	
                  by THE FLANAGAN FAMILY


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Class	 27	 ARRANGEMENT	OF	NATIVE	WILD	FLOWERS	INDIGENOUS	TO	THE	N.T.	Sponsored	by	THE FLANAGAN
           FAMILY	(do	not	include	introduced	weeds	or	plants)	
Class	 28	 NOVEL	ARRANGEMENT	 of	 foliage	 with	 or	 without	 flowers.	 Max.	 size:	 Height	 60cm	 -	 Base	 60cm	 x	 60cm.	
           Sponsored by THE FLANAGAN FAMILY
Class	 29	 POSY	OF	FRESH	FLOWERS,	not	wired,	with	or	without	foliage,	in	waterproof	container	Sponsored	by	THE
           FLANAGAN FAMILY
Class 30 FLORAL SAUCER, saucer must be completely concealed but retain the shape of the saucer.
	      	   Max.	size:	Base	20cm	diameter.	Sponsored	by	THE FLANAGAN FAMILY

FLORAL ART - 18yrs & under - FRESH ARRANGEMENTS
Class	   31	ARRANGEMENT	OF	FRESH	FLOWERS	AND	FOLIAGE	own	choice	of	flowers	and	foliage.
	        	  Max.	size:	Height	60cm	-	Base	40cm	x	40cm.	Sponsored	by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
Class	   32	MINIATURE	ARRANGEMENT	OF	FRESH	FLOWERS,	with	or	without	foliage.	
	        	  Max.	size:	Height	10cm	-	Base	10cm	x	10cm.	Sponsored	by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
Class	   33	ARRANGEMENT	 OF	 NATIVE	 WILD	 FLOWERS	 INDIGENOUS	 TO	 THE	 NT.	 (do	 not	 include	
            introduced	 weeds	 or	 plants),	 in	 container.	 Max.	 size:	 Height	 60cm	 -	 Base	 40cm	 x	 40cm.	
            Sponsored by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
Class		 34	 POSY	OF	FRESH	FLOWERS,	not	wired,	with	or	without	foliage,	in	container.
            Sponsored by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
Class 35 FLORAL SAUCER, saucer must be completely concealed but retain the shape of the saucer.
	       	   Max.	size:	Base	20cm	diameter.	Sponsored	by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL

FLORAL ART - 12 yrs & under - DRIED AND/OR ARTIFICIAL ARRANGEMENTS
Class	 36	 FLORAL	SAUCER,	DRIED,	SILK	OR	COMBINED	MATERIAL,	saucer	must	be	completely	concealed	but	retain	
           the shape of the saucer. Max size: Base20cm diameter 1st: $6 2nd: $4 3rd: $2 Sponsored by D. SHAW
Class	 37	 ARTIFICIAL	ARRANGEMENT,	artificial	materials,	natural,	painted,	dyed	and/or	lacquered	materials	may	be	used.
           Max.	size:	Height	60cm	-	Base	40cm	x	40cm.Sponsored	by	DONNA CROSS
Class	 38	 ARTIFICIAL	MINIATURE	ARRANGEMENT,	DRIED,	SILK	OR	COMBINED	MATERIALS,	Max.	size:	Height	10cm	
           -	Base	10cm	x	10cm	Sponsored	by	DONNA CROSS
Class	 39	 NECKLACE,	made	from	seeds	and/or	seed	pods,	no	plastic	beads.	Must be wearable and prepared for display.
           Sponsored by DONNA CROSS

FLORAL ART - 18yrs & under - DRIED AND/OR ARTIFICIAL ARRANGEMENTS
Class	 40	 FLORAL	SAUCER,	DRIED,	SILK	OR	COMBINED	MATERIAL,	saucer	must	be	completely	concealed	but	retain	
           the shape of the saucer. Max size: Base20cm diameter. 1st: $6 2nd: $4 3rd: $2 Sponsored by D. SHAW
Class	 41	 ARTIFICIAL	ARRANGEMENT,	dried	materials,	natural,	painted,	dyed,	and/or	lacquered	materials	may	be	used.	
           Max.	size:	Height	60cm	-	Base	40cm	x	40cm.		Sponsored	by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
Class	 42	 ARTIFICIAL	MINIATURE	ARRANGEMENT,	DRIED,	SILK	OR	COMBINED	MATERIALS,	own	choice	of	flowers	
           &	container.	Max.	size:	Height	10cm	-	Base	10x10cm.	Sponsored	by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL
Class	 43	 NECKLACE,	made	from	seeds	&/or	seed	pods,	no	plastic	beads.	Must be wearable & prepared for display.
           Sponsored by SHOWBAG CAROUSEL




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      SCARECROW COMPETITION
      ENTRY FEE:          $6.00 per Scarecrow.
      ENTRIES:	           Open	to	class	groups	(classes	44	-	49)	or	individuals	(class	50).	ENTRANTS	MUST	BE	18	YEARS	&	
                          UNDER FOR ALL CLASSES. For adult entries: See section “J” Horticulture
      EXHIBITS:           Scarecrows	to	be	made	of	outdoors	durable	material	fit	to	last	in	a	paddock	for	about	6	months.	
                          No Paper, cardboard, or fibreglass feed bags allowed. Scarecrows	to	be	made	to	fit	over	or	be	tied
      	                   (2	tie	points	with	soft	wire)	to	a	1.8m	star	picket	provided	by	RASNT	on	delivery.
      DELIVERY:           Scarecrows are to be delivered to the Stewards, Horticulture Hall, Darwin Showgrounds, Tate Place.
                          Between	8:00am	and	7:00pm	Tuesday	20th	July.
      JUDGING:	           10:00am	Wednesday	21st	July.
      COLLECTION:         Exhibits must be removed between 8:00am and 12:00noon on Sunday 25th July.

      SPECIAL AWARDS
      CHAMPION SCARECROW - Trophy Sponsored by RASNT
      RESERVE CHAMPION SCARECROW - Trophy Sponsored by RASNT
      Prizes: 1st: $150 & Pennant, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $50 Sponsored by RASNT
      Class 44 Transition, Grade 1, or a combination of both. Class group project only.
      Class 45 Grade 2, Grade 3, or a combination of both. Class group project only.
      Class 46 Grade 4, Grade 5, or a combination of both. Class group project only.
      Class 47 Grade 6, Grade 7, or a combination of both. Class group project only.
      Class 48 Grade 8, Grade 9, or a combination of both. Class group project only.
      Class 49 Garden Scarecrow, suitable for a suburban garden. Class 50 size to be - No larger than 1m tall. School aged
                   individual entries (to be fitted to a broom handle or similar with a minimum or 50cm allowance for staking.
                   Broom handles to be supplied by the exhibitor).

      GARDEN EXHIBITS FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL
      ENTRY FEE:          $2.00. Late entries may only be accepted at the discretion of the Chief Steward.
      PRIZEMONEY:         First $8.00, Second $6.00, Third $4.00, provided by the RASNT except where otherwise stated. If stated
                          prizes are not provided by the sponsor, the above prizemoney may be substituted by RASNT.
      DELIVERY:           Garden Items are to be delivered to the Stewards, Horticulture Hall, Darwin Showgrounds, Tate Place.
                          Between	8:00am	and	7:00pm	Tuesday	20th	July.
      JUDGING:	           11:00am	Wednesday	21st	July.
      COLLECTION:         Exhibits must be removed between 8:00am and 12:00noon on Sunday 25th July.

      GARDEN ITEM FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL
      Class   50    A GARDEN ITEM, 12 years & under - either as a display or tool, made entirely from recycled materials.
                    Must be made of durable recycled material to last about six months in the garden.
      Class   51    A GARDEN ITEM, 18 years & under - either as a display or tool, made entirely from recycled materials.
                    Must be made of durable recycled material to last about six months in the garden.

      DECORATED GUMBOOTS/ BOOT EXHIBITS
      ENTRY FEE:          $2.00. Late entries may only be accepted at the discretion of the Chief Steward.
      PRIZEMONEY:         First $6.00, Second $4.00, Third $2.00, provided by the RASNT except where otherwise stated. If stated
                          prizes are not provided by the sponsor, the above prizemoney may be substituted by RASNT.
      DELIVERY:	          Gumboots/	Boots	are	to	be	delivered	to	the	Stewards,	Horticulture	Hall,	Darwin	Showgrounds,	Tate	Place.	
                          Between	8:00am	and	7:00pm	Tuesday	20th	July.
      JUDGING:	           11:00am	Wednesday	21st	July.
                          MUST BE A PAIR OF BOOTS - not a single boot.
      COLLECTION:         Exhibits must be removed between 8:00am and 12:00noon on Sunday 25th July.

      DECORATED GUMBOOT
      Class 52 PAINTED/DECORATED,	GUMBOOTS/BOOTS.	8	years	&	under	-	1	pair,	any	colour	or	design.
      Class	 53	 PAINTED/DECORATED,	GUMBOOTS/BOOTS.	12	years	&	under	-	1	pair,	any	colour	or	design.
      Class 54 PAINTED/DECORATED,	GUMBOOTS/BOOTS.	18	years	&	under	-	1	pair,	any	colour	or	design.
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DECORATED PUSH BIKE
ENTRY FEE:           $2.00. Late entries may only be accepted at the discretion of the Chief Steward.
                     If stated prizes are not provided by the sponsor, the above prizemoney may be substituted by RASNT.
EXHIBIT:             Push	Bike	-	static	display.	theme	should	be	floral	&	agricultural/horticultural,	accessories	may	be	used.	
                     everything	should	be	secured	firmly	to	the	bike.	No perishable items.	Bike	doesn’t	have	to	be	in	working	
                     order, but must consist of two wheels, frame, pedals and handles, judging based on decorations.
DELIVERY:	           Push	 Bikes	 are	 to	 be	 delivered	 to	 the	 Stewards,	 Horticulture	 Hall,	 Darwin	 Showgrounds,	Tate	 Place.	
                     Between	8:00am	and	7:00pm	Tuesday	20th	July.
JUDGING:	            Wednesday	21st	July.	
COLLECTION:          Exhibits must be removed between 8:00am and 12:00noon on Sunday 25th July.

DECORATED PUSH BIKE
Class		   55	 DECORATED,	PUSH	BIKE,	12	years	&	under	-	theme	should	be	floral	&	agricultural/horticultural
	         									1st:	A	Push	Bike,	Donated	by	K 9 CYCLES
Class	    56	 DECORATED,	PUSH	BIKE,	18	years	&	under	-	theme	should	be	floral	&	agricultural/horticultural
	         									1st:	A	Push	Bike,	Donated	by	K 9 CYCLES




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