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July 15-18 in Columbus:

US (OH): What to expect at Cultivate'23?

From July 15-18, Cultivate'23 will take place in Columbus, Ohio. After the educational sessions, tours, workshops and possibility to visit the OSU Cultivar Trials on Saturday July 15, the trade show will take off on July 16 and will run till July 18 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. 650+ exhibitors from around the world will present their products and services on the 8+ acre trade show floor. 

Eager to get an impression of the show? Check out FloralDaily's and HortiDaily's photo report of the 2022 edition.

New Products Zone
Next to the exhibition area, there will also be a New Products Zone where new and innovative items will be presented."From new hard goods to products, new technologies to equipment, this is your one-stop shop to see the latest and greatest in improvements and innovations", the organization AmericanHort says.
Click here for the New Products Zone exhibitors.
New Varieties Zone
There will also be an area dedicated to the new varieties, named the New Varieties zone where hundreds of plant varieties will make their debut. "Thousands of growers, retailers, and landscapers attend Cultivate just to get a peek at the newest varieties coming down the pipeline. 
Click here to check out New Varieties Zone exhibitors.

Eager to visit Cultivate'23? Click here to register. 
Want to save money on your Cultivate'23 registration?
Become a member of AmericanHort to take advantage of discounts on Cultivate registration for your entire organization, as well access to member benefits like education resources, industry news, and networking opportunities.

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