After the grand success of previous events, Institute of Horticulture Technology, Greater Noida is organizing the ‘Horti India 2017’- a workshop-cum-exhibition, on “Conventional and Alternative Horticultural Production Systems” from 9th - 10th February 2017 at Horticulture Technology Park, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
The event is organized by Institute of Horticulture Technology under the guidance of Padamshree Dr K L Chadha, a renowned horticulture scientist and Chairman of the Institute. Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India is co-organizing the event. ‘Horti India 2017’ is supported by Akhil Bhartiya Gramin Vikas Sanstha, Greater Noida, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, National Seed Association of India.
‘Horti India 2017’showcase latesttechnologies and opportunities to various stake-holders in Horticulture. The event is aimed toacquaint participants about emerging innovative production technologies and their capacitybuilding with a view to enhance horticultural productivity and profitability. Information shall also be shared about schemes of different ministries like Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, Rural Development, Food Processing and Non-Conventional Renewable Energy. This is an ideal platform for different stakeholders in horticulture crop production and management (growers, wholesalers, retail managers, entrepreneurs, corporates, policy planners and government officials) to interact for furthering their business interests.
The workshop cum Exhibition shall help the participants directly or indirectly related to the Horticulture Industry. They will be able to share their views and ideas to improve their knowledge and skillin advanced horticulture technologies to increase the productivity and profitability.
Eminent speakers from India and abroad shall deliver interactive lectures on various technologies identified.
The theme of the workshop is “Conventional and Alternative Horticultural Production Systems” - A perfect blend of theoretical and practical horticulture and a perfect place of connecting conventional practices with innovative system of horticulture production.
A Souvenir will be brought out on the occasion of the event. It will contain invited articles on related issues like use of the technology available for hi-tech horticulture. It will also contain messages from dignitaries, advertisement from sponsors and other companies involved in the development of horticulture sector.
The event is aimed to acquaint participants about emerging innovative production technologies and their capacity building with a view to enhance horticultural productivity and profitability. Emphasis will be laidon the following: