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11 November at Roundstone Nurseries:

UK: Seasonal Plants Dinner and GroSouth 2015

HTA News are delighted to announce that we are the media partner for GroSouth, the premier exhibition in the south of England for the horticultural industry, which takes place at Roundstone Nurseries on Wednesday 11 November.

The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) will have a stand at the show that will focus on the technical and policy work, which we do on behalf of members. Topics such as research and development, sustainable resourcing, the ornamental round table, GROW apprenticeships and market data will be some of the key themes covered. HTA staff will also be on hand to talk about upcoming events, the cost saving benefits and schemes available to members and any general membership enquiries.

Members of the Seasonal Plants group are also invited to a dinner held on the night before the show on Tuesday 10 November. We are delighted to be hosting a dinner at the Chichester Park Hotel in conjunction with Fargro. Enjoy a relaxed dinner with key stakeholders in the industry and a talk by our after dinner speaker, Chris Beytes, Editor of Grower Talks/Green Profit magazine and the man in charge at Ball Publishing, based in Chicago, Illinois. He has 30 years experience in the floriculture industry and travels extensively, reporting on the latest in greenhouse and garden centre trends, innovations and ideas.

To book your place at the dinner, please e-mail [email protected] and to register free for GroSouth, please visit
There will also be an ‘Understanding new energy sources’ tour hosted by AHDB Horticulture and IPPS. It will be an exciting and informative study day, which includes nursery visits and early evening grower talks on the theme of alternative energy resources. To book to join this tour contact Ella Stanton, AHDB Communications Co-ordinator, by emailing [email protected]

For more information
Horticultural Trades Association
Horticulture House
19 High Street
West Berkshire
T: +44 (0)118 930 3132
Fax: +44 (0)118 932 3453
NGGV: +44 (0)118 930 2092

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