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Friday, February 23, 2018

2018 IPPS Southern Africa 21st Annual Conference 6 March 2018 – 9 March 2018

IPPS is a global network of professionals with an interest in plant production, including horticultural research and education, with the aim to improve the knowledge, skills, productivity and professionalism of its members.
IPPS has 1600 members over eight geographical regions around the world, spread over four continents.

IPPS members have access to educational conferences, field days, seminars and its vast library of horticultural knowledge, the combined proceedings of all annual conferences since 1951.

6 March 2018 – 9 March 2018
Climate Resistant Horticulture
2018 Annual Conference
Port Elizabeth, Radisson Blu Hotel, Summerstrand
Conference & Post Conference Tour Itinerary
Day 1
Tuesday 06th Collect delegates from Port Elizabeth Airport @ 11:00
Tuesday 06th Nursery visits, lunch & check-in at Radisson Blu Hotel
Tuesday 06th Welcome dinner at Something Good Roadhouse
Day 2
Wednesday 07th Full day conference talks
Wednesday 07th Gala Dinner & Auction @ 19:00
Day 3
Thursday 08th Nursery visits
Thursday 8th Tour ends – bus arrives 16h30 at PE airport
Limited space for Post Tour: Book early!
Thursday 8th Post-conference tour starts – travel to  Dung Beetle Lodge near Addo Elephant Park.
Day 4:
Friday 9th Post tour to Addo Elephant Park ends 16h30 at PE airport.

 

Please click here to view the programme, and read more on the IPPS

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