HortiPro India announces second edition       

After the successful completion of its 1st edition, HortiPro India is now proud to announce the 2nd edition of India’s biggest International Exhibition and Conference on Plants, nurseries, landscape, floriculture, green & poly house, arboriculture & allied industries, scheduled from November 14 – 17, 2019 in Pune, Maharashtra, India.

Organised by India’s Nurserymen Association and endorsed by the Maharashtra Nurserymen Association, HortiPro India is an international exhibition and conference designed to encompass contemporary agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture, agri-entrepreneurship and its processing using hi-end technologies, along with best practices that can profoundly helpcountless farmers and platform owners. The event is set to take place at the Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd. Ground, Pimpri in Pune, India.

HortiPro Indiais fully geared up to floor for the  first time  at this venue.  Industry experts, specialist and scientists from various countries will share their rich expertise on escalated technologies and fresh innovations This year’s HortiPro will serve as an excellent platform for the exchange of ideas and research findings andwill include a conference on industry-oriented topics such as pre & post harvesting techniques, marketing, tips for start-ups and more.

The 2nd International Conference on Horticulture (HortiPro India 2019) invites researchers, agriculturists, policy makers, , horticulturalists, agricultural engineers, industry experts, , agronomists and all other enthusiastic participants to gain international experience within the spheres of research and industry..

For more information contact info@hortiproindia.com

Probably one of the most well-known companies in the Pune region is Rise n’ Shine. This is s an ISO 9001-2015 certified supplier of tissue culture plants sold to breeders and young plant producers around the world. They grow 40 million plants annually and have forged relationships with Dummen Orange, Montiplanta (Portugal), Darwin Plants, Kultana Orchid (Thailand), Corn Bak and Bock Bioscience.

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