BPOA for Four Oaks and poinsettia conference

British Protected Ornamentals Association exhibits for the first time at the 50th Four Oaks Trade Show on 6-7 September in Cheshire.

BPOA

Representatives from BPOA will be on hand at stand E256 to inform visitors about their services including to support the needs of growers particularly in R&D, marketing and wider sector representation.

Meanwhile, the first BPOA Poinsettia group conference, on 24 November, is being hosted by Neame Lea.

Beekenkamp are the event's food and drink sponsor. Dummen are sponsoring the event programme and Gasa & Selecta are sponsoring the delegate pack.

Full programme details will be updated shortly.


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