Willoughby, Ohio (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
The latest information on production trends, grove management practices; produce marketing tips and insect and disease management strategies are the focus of the 2013 Florida Citrus Show, presented in partnership with Florida Grower, Indian River Citrus League and University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. The show will take place on Jan. 23-24, 2013, at the Havert L. Fenn Center in Ft. Pierce, Florida.
The Florida Citrus Show features a comprehensive lineup of educational sessions designed specifically for Florida growers and packers interested in learning about the latest trends that directly impact their businesses. This year, industry experts will share their knowledge on everything from HLB management techniques, Asian citrus psyllid, integrated pest management, and new variety development as well as an economic outlook for the citrus industry.
“The Florida Citrus Show continues to grow based on an outstanding education program and trade show where growers can interact in one location with vendors of the products and services they need,” says Gerry Bogdon, publisher, Horticulture Group, Meister Media Worldwide.
In addition, The Florida Citrus Show includes a large trade show with nearly 100 suppliers exhibiting the latest products and service innovations. The tradeshow and educational sessions are all under one roof, providing multiple opportunities for networking with other participants.
Admission to the educational sessions and trade show is free to qualified growers. Exhibit space is also available. To register or obtain more information on the Florida Citrus show, visit http://www.CitrusShow.com. For information on exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities, contact Betty Graulich at (407)539-6552 ext. 17 or bagraulich(at)meistermedia(dot)com.