Indiana Horticulture Conference and Expo – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Indiana Horticulture Conference and Expo

We are pleased to announce that the 2020 Indiana Horticultural Conference & Expo (previously known as the Indiana Horticultural Congress) will be from February 11 through 13, 2020 at the Indianapolis Marriott East Hotel, located in Indianapolis, IN. There are numerous and very exciting changes that will occur at IHC 2020. Additional tracks are added to the already great lineup of previous years. New tracks such as Urban Agriculture, Hemp Production, Agronomic Crops, and Woman in Agriculture will create additional opportunities to serve our audience. A targeted selection of educational tracks, a joint plenary session, a diverse set of expo vendors and ample opportunities for networking will set the stage for a great conference. A trade show lounge featuring coffee and couches will allow an abundance of networking opportunities with fellow Indiana and other Midwestern farmers and vendors.

Educational Tracks

  1. Wine Grape
  2. Food Safety
  3. Fresh Vegetables
  4. Organics*
  5. Raw Products
  6. Fruit
  7. Greenhouse / High Tunnel Production
  8. Business / Marketing / AgriTourism / Succession Planning
  9. Joint Plenary Session NEW
  10. Hemp NEW
  11. Agronomic Crop Production NEW
  12. Woman in Agriculture NEW
  13. Urban Agriculture NEW
  14. Poster NEW

*The Organic track will not be presented as a stand-alone track. Presentations will be incorporated in other existing tracks.

Visit us at for more information. The conference schedule will be available on November 1, 2019 and registration will open on the same day. Register before November 27, 2019 to benefit from our discounted early bird registration fee.

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