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2017 Canadian Greenhouse Conference Photo Report

Despite the fact that it is Thanksgiving Day in Canada, we could not wait to share our picture report of last week's Canadian Greenhouse Conference.  



Exhibitors, visitors and organizers of the 38th CGC can look back on a very successful edition. The exhibition space was fully booked, the speaker sessions well attended, and in terms of visitors it was also very crowded on the trade show floors. 

This definitely reflected the positivity that's currently surrounding the North American greenhouse industry. Many growers are expanding and building new acreage, investigating opportunities to automate and are interested in crop enhancing technology and supplies. 

Tomorrow we will highlight the current state of the Canadian greenhouse industry in our complete conference recap. For now, please sit back and enjoy the pictures that we shot. 



Publication date: 10/9/2017
Author: Boy de Nijs
Copyright: www.hortidaily.com

 


 

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