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  Scotia Horticultural Congress 2015

  Next year`s event will be held
Monday, January 26 & Tuesday, January 27
Old Orchard Inn, Greenwich (outside Wolfville)

Thank you to all who helped make Scotia Horticultural Congress 2014 a success!

An annual event of the Nova Scotia vegetable and berry industries, Scotia Horticultural Congress has the potential to attract in the vicinity of 300 people interested in the horticultural industry, many of whom are from outside the province.

Two days are packed with speakers both at plenary sessions of general interest and concurrent sessions on crop specific topics. A trade show of 40+ booths is integrated with breaks and luncheons to provide maximum interaction of those in attendance. The location is the Old Orchard Inn Convention Centre just outside Wolfville in the beautiful Annapolis Valley. Even in the chilly days of January, it is worth a visit.

Note: To book your trade show spot for Scotia Horticultural Congress 2015 - simply email us at
         info@horticulturens.ca and we will add you to our pre-registration list.

         To look back at
our great line-up of speakers, visit here.
         For trade show participants, click here.
         And to view our great sponsors, please click here!

The Congress provides a platform to promote food crops, to disseminate recent research and technology, to inform producers of management and marketing techniques, to network with trade and government and to generally give a higher profile to our industry. Through the interaction of the various groups involved comes an exchange of information, which crosses commodity specific lines, promotes new ideas and products and generally strengthens our potential for growth.

The Annual General Meetings of two groups are held during the Horticultural Congress: Horticulture Nova Scotia and the NS Potato Marketing Board. 

For more information, contact :
Marlene Huntley, Horticulture Nova Scotia
Ph: 902-678-9335, Fax: 902-687-1280
Email: Marlene@horticulturens.ca