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ICL to promote learning as HTA's Nursery Supply Show partner

Fertiliser specialist ICL is to join the HTA Nursery Supply Show in 2018 as headline partner.


With close relationships with both growers and fellow supply chain businesses, it will support the show’s learning and development opportunities, offering expert advice and business support in the Grow, Nurture, Protect hub and running guided tours of the hall and workshop areas, led by ICL marketing communications manager for professional horticulture Adam Ferjani and the HTA team.


The workshops will cover topics such as plant growth, plant labelling, POS and image use and identifying gaps in the market.


Ferjani commented: “We are excited to be a part of the event and in particular supporting professional learning opportunities, which we see as a benefit for those in the trade new and old. By helping cultivate a learning atmosphere at the show it presents the chance to introduce experienced horticulturalists and those less so to the new technologies and concepts in all of the workshop areas.”


To book a stand or register for free as a visitor, please click here for the National Plant Show or here for the Nursery Supply Show or email the events team for more information.


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