Early bird registration for Protected Cropping Australia Conference (PCA2023) is closing on Friday, May 19. So, if you are interested in being part of the fastest-growing horticultural sector in Australia, register now to attend the conference.
The event, held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from July 17-20, will bring together growers, researchers, allied trade, key industry stakeholders, and like-minded individuals from across the globe. The conference theme for PCA2023 is “Growing our Future – People Plant Profits,” and will feature a range of inspiring speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors from Australia and abroad, sharing their knowledge and innovations.
As the peak industry body representing commercial hydroponic, greenhouse, and indoor growers in Australia with a wide international following, PCA is committed to providing the highest quality knowledge-building and networking opportunities. The conference program includes innovative and fresh speakers, networking events, poster presentations, discussion panels, and grower workshops, in addition to the regular conference program, exhibition trade show, conference dinner, and ever-popular farm tours.
Moreover, the event will feature 150 subsidized free grower passes, enabling growers to enter the conference and exhibition trade show, including tailored skills training to meet the needs of the various sectors represented by PCA. The industry encompasses many sectors of horticulture, including fruits, vegetables, berries, leafy greens, herbs, cut flowers, nursery, medicinal cannabis, aquaponics, vertical farms, and controlled environmental agriculture industries, making this a unique opportunity for all to learn and connect.
PCA is continuously supporting growers and students and providing additional support to the next generation of protected cropping leaders to attend and make new connections at this not-to-be-missed event.
So, don’t miss this exciting opportunity and register now for PCA2023 Conference. To register, visit the PCA2023 Conference website.
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Protected Cropping Australia