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9TH Annual Ontario Hazelnut Association Symposium

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9TH  Annual Ontario Hazelnut Association Symposium

Time: March 27, 2018 from 8:15am to 5pm
Location: Four Points Sheraton
City/Town: London, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.ontariohazelnuts.c…
Phone: 226-979-6937
Event Type: symposium
Organized By: ontariohazelnuts.com
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2018

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Event Description

The Ontario Hazelnut Association, in co-operation with Ferrero Canada, will host IF YOU PLANT IT, THEY WILL COME, the 9TH Annual Ontario Hazelnut Association Symposium. a gathering of growers, nurseries, companies, government, academics and executives who are involved in the hazelnut value chain in Ontario.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The program will include plenary sessions and panel sessions delivered by Canadian and international experts with key guest speakers and thought-provoking panel discussions focusing on communication, market development, investment and commercialization, resource support and domestic and international collaboration, from the discovery side to launching into the market and beyond. This will provide a great opportunity to network and interact with true scientists and innovators.

Topics include:
• Keynote Speaker– Margaret May, OSCIA, Grower Funding Opportunities under the Canadian Agricultural Program

• AAFC – Financial Programs

• Grower Panel – Hazelnut Intercropping

• University of Guelph – Latest Research & Variety Updates • OMAFRA – Food Safety and Cost of Production

• Ferrero – Greetings & Latest Agronomic Updates

This symposium is being produced to assist Ontario producers and innovators to develop the Ontario Hazelnut market become a vibrant and leading-edge diversification opportunity. It is for growers, nurseries, aggregators, food and other product developers in this space become more successful.

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