Hort Connections 2024

June 21, 2024 | 5 Min read
Hort Connections 2024 has been given a big tick of approval by organisers and visitors to this years annual event, held in Melbourne during June.

Hort Connections 2024 has been given a big tick of approval by organisers and visitors to this years annual event, held in Melbourne during June.

Industry exhibitors said the event was a major success with a positive and upbeat mood experienced across the entire three  days of the event.

Hort Connections is Australia’s largest horticulture conference and trade show and is brought to the industry by AUSVEG and the International Fresh Produce Association.

See Rural Business July edition for a more in depth look at this great event.

Abla Evangelidis and Simon Lamacraft had a semi-rural setting to work in at the Bayer site in the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
You couldn’t miss Corteva at Hort Connections. Its site was right inside the front door, where Rural Business found Nick Koch, Dan Connelly and Kirst Ebert.
Syngenta had a big presence at Hort Connections this year and Rural Business caught up with Nick Hall and Rachel Webb.
Vicchem’s Alison McDowell with team members Owen Connelly and Angus Roney were showing the company’s wares.
The A Team at Sumitomo Chemicals was, from left: Jack Bartel, Brett Ryan, Imi Toth, Danita Clark and Jock Leys.
Real standouts of horticultural orange at Hort Connections were UPL’s Annlouise O’Brien, Shannon Enderby and Ian Cass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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