Garden Game 2015
Middlebury Agway presents the
2015 Garden Game
Check here often to see new pictures and entries of the veggies that come in to our office. We’ll keep a running list of frontrunners and will post when a new entry takes the front spot.
HOW DO YOU PLAY THE GARDEN GAME? …IT’S EASY!
The Garden Game is a competition for local gardeners to see who can grow the largest produce in several different categories.
Step 1. Pick the biggest veggie in your garden
Step 2. Bring it in to our office in the Marble Works in Middlebury
Step 3. Get your veg measured and its picture taken
Step 4. Check this web page every week to make sure you’re still in the frontrunner spot!
Here’s the running list of frontrunners. We’ll post when a new entry takes the front spot.
• Beets (circumference) Robert Cyr, Bridport 17.5″ • Broccoli (diameter) Debbie Bagley, Salisbury 11.5″ • Cabbage (circumference) Elise & Anike Heppell, Ripton 43.5″ • Cantaloupe (circumference) Donna Bezanson, Weybridge 18″ • Carrot (length x circumference) Gary Miller, Middlebury, 11.5″ by 6.25″ • Cauliflower (diameter) Kelley Mills, Pittsford 16.5″ • Cucumber (length x circumference) Anna Berg, Middlebury 25″ x 8″ • Eggplant (circumference x circumference) Kathleen Hubbard, Middlebury, 6.75 by 33″ • Green Bean (length) Kanyarat Menard, Shoreham 34″ • Onion (circumference) Stan Bigelow, New Haven 14″ • Potato (length x circumference) Marc Swenor, Lincoln 9.75″ by 16″ • Pepper (circumference x circumference) Gary Miller, Middlebury, 6.5″ by 21″ • Pumpkin (circumference x circumference)
• Rutabaga (circumference)
• Summer Squash (length x circumference) Donna Bezanson, Weybridge 15″ x 20″ • Sunflower (diameter) Pam Thomas, Whiting, 27″ • Tomato (circumference) Brud Leedom, Sudbury 18.75″ • Turnip (circumference)
• Zucchini (length x circumference) Stan Bigelow, New Haven 30″ x 18″
GARDEN GAME RULES Entries must be home grown in the greater Addison County area • Only produce brought to the Addison Independent office between Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm will be eligible • Weekly front runners will be listed in the “Garden Game” column until another contestant provides a larger sample of that produce category (The largest entries as of Thursday noon deadline will be the front runners listed in that Monday’s edition) • One winner per category • Judges have final word• First place winners will be announced at sign of first frost.
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