Denmark to host first IPPS Europe conference

Denmark is to host the first annual confernece of the new International Plant Propagators (IPPS) European Region.

The theme will be the digital nursery and the event is on from 24-26 September in Copenhagen and Odense.

There will be presentations and discussions from growers and experts in nursery technology and marketing alongside visits to nurseries and other businesses to see ideas being put into practice.

Themes include 'the chemeical-free future', plant nutrition and branding.

Conference organisers are Bent Jensen and Marianne Bachmann Andersen. Contact bent@gcplant.dk or mba@hortusadvising.dk. See www.ipps.org.uk got more details.


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