Guests admiring the fruit and veg wall displays at the JJ Richards and Sons 2016 Stanthorpe Show.
Guests admiring the fruit and veg wall displays at the JJ Richards and Sons 2016 Stanthorpe Show. Amy Kadel

Fruit and veg wall displays always stunning

EACH year, the ideas and techniques for filling the wall displays with magnificent fruit and vegetables seem to get better and better.

The wall displays are the major feature of this section, but orchardists will compete for prizemoney with trays of apples. Thank you to wonderful sponsor Best Harvest Labour for the continual support.

Harvest Recruitment has been supportive of the section for several years and sponsorship from Best Harvest Labour is very much appreciated. We hope this can continue in the years to come.

The fruit and vegetable section will be a sea of colour again with entries in grapes, pears, stonefruit, strawberries, tomatoes, capsicum, and all the beautiful green vegetables. Check out the schedule to find all fruit and vegetable sections.

There is more than $4000 in prizes and vouchers to be given away.

Thanks to the sponsors: Granite Belt Fruit Freighters, Rural Bank, Ashbern Farms, Eastern Colour Strawberries, Sweets Strawberry Runners, John Boucher Real Estate Pty Ltd, Bent and Haynes Farms, Armstrong Bros Rocklea, Ralph Johns Pty Ltd Sydney, Landmark Applethorpe, Spring Creek Seedlings, Orchard Services, and Sam's Farm Fresh Fruit and Vegetables.

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