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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Exhibitor centre
    more information on who exhibits and attends Exhibitors receive A prime location at the conference entrance with optimal access to 500 registrants A company profile listing online and in the conference program A complimentary invitation to the Tuesday evening ice breaker Access to the complete registrant database An 8 display booth including pipe and drape draped skirted 6 x 24 table 115v electrical outlet one banquet chair carpet and trash

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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Home
    Thank you for supporting GrowCanada 2011 Mark your calendars for GrowCanada 2012 November 27 29 in Ottawa

    Original URL path: http://www.growcanadaconference.ca/2011/ (2013-06-03)
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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - About
    www ccga ca The CFA was formed in 1935 to answer the need for a unified voice to speak on behalf of Canadian farmers It continues today as a farmer funded national umbrella organization representing provincial general farm organizations and national commodity groups Through its members it represents over 200 000 Canadian farm families from coast to coast www cfa fca ca The Canadian Fertilizer Institute CFI is an industry association that represents manufacturers wholesale and retail distributors of nitrogen phosphate and potash fertilizers Canada s fertilizer industry plays an essential role in ensuring the world s food needs can be met economically and sustainably Canada supplies approximately 12 per cent of the world s fertilizer materials We are the world s largest exporters of potash and elemental sulphur As well our industry contributes over 7 billion annually to the Canadian economy The Canadian Horticultural Council CHC is a voluntary not for profit national association with a long and proud history of representing the dynamic and diverse sector of Canadian agriculture known as horticulture The CHC has been committed to promoting the interests of its members since 1922 From the Atlantic to the Pacific the CHC s members are primarily involved in the production and packing of over 120 horticulture crops comprised of fruit and vegetables www hortcouncil ca The 130 member companies of the Canadian Seed Trade Association are engaged in all aspects of the seed industry research plant breeding production and marketing both domestically and internationally CSTA s membership ranges from those who market garden seed and herbs to large grain handlers and from small family run farm based businesses to large multinational corporations www cdnseed org The Canola Council of Canada is a national nonprofit association funded by stakeholders in the canola industry Our mission is to

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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Program
    of Exploiting Chaos 10 20am Break 10 50am Mary L Selman Director Agribusiness Program Harvard Business School 11 30am Lyndon Carlson Senior Vice President Marketing Farm Credit Canada 12 00pm Lunch 1 00pm Ministerial Panel on innovation Moderated by David J Mitchell President Public Policy Forum 2 15pm Break 2 45pm Dr Peter Jones Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals 3 25pm Earl Geddes Canadian International Grains Institute 4

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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Hotel and Travel Information
    267 00 These rates apply to single double occupancy Two bedded rooms must be requested Book your reservation online or by calling 1 888 311 4990 before October 29 2011 Please quote Group Code 1111CROP or Group Name GrowCanada Conference to receive the special rate Overflow venue Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown 288 Portage Avenue Winnipeg MB R3C OB8 Rooms are available starting at 139 night Please quote the group name

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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Companion Program
    in the industry More information available is here Don t miss this opportunity Here s what last year s participants had to say The main idea that has stuck with me is that there is such a lack of knowledge about modern agriculture and how the public has such a negative opinion about the new technologies in modern agriculture It really is clear that so much needs to be done

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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Thanks to our sponsors
    Special thanks to our speaker sponsors for their support Thanks to our additional sponsors

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  • GrowCanada Conference 2011 - Exhibitor centre
    only national centre dedicated to the conditioning collecting and applying research on safety and health issues associated with the agricultural industry These findings are translated into research information for farmers and workers in the agricultural industry www cchsa ccssma usask ca The Canadian Fertilizer Institute CFI is an industry association that represents manufacturers wholesale and retail distributors of nitrogen phosphate and potash fertilizers Canada s fertilizer industry plays an essential role in ensuring the world s food needs can be met economically and sustainably Canada supplies approximately 12 per cent of the world s fertilizer materials We are the world s largest exporters of potash and elemental sulphur As well our industry contributes over 7 billion annually to the Canadian economy www cfi ca Canhorta Canadian Horticulture Alliance CCHA is an organization of leading horticultural distributors created to provide simple coordinated cross Canada distribution services to our vendor partners These services include activities ranging from direct technical sales representation and marketing support to product development product registration and logistical services Cimarron Label provides labeling solutions for leading crop protection companies Designing and producing expanded content labels that meet regulations recycling concerns and multilingual requirements are a few of the services Cimarron Label provides The Council for Biotechnology Information is a non profit 501c6 organization that communicates science based information about the benefits and safety of agricultural biotechnology and its contributions to sustainable development www whybiotech com Farm Business Communications is Canada s largest agricultural publisher with publications and online properties stretching from Alberta to Atlantic Canada When it comes to engaging with Canadian farmers FBC s combination of award winning editorial publications used equipment shoppers and niche market titles make it the preferred choice for both readers and advertisers For more information about Farm Business Communication go to www agcanada

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