A Suggested Guide for Judging Cut Trusses at Shows
|Score Points For Judging A Cut Truss|
|1. Size According to Variety||25 Points|
|2. Color||20 Points|
|3. Form||20 Points|
|4. Foliage||15 Points|
|5. Substance||10 Points|
|6. Condition||10 Points|
1. Size according to variety: Refers to the diameter of the individual Corollas, number of corollas per rachis and a full size representative of its variety.
2. Color: The color should be true to variety and a good representative of the group in which it is classified.
3. Form: The rachis should be full, well rounded and typical of its variety. The stem should be straight with a full crown of leaves.
4. Foliage: All leaves should be well shaped of good color and size without mars or blemishes.
5. Substance: Refers to corollas only and means that they should be firm quality and not paper thin.
6. Condition: All blooms should be at their peak, fully in bloom and not faded or wilted.