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Canada's Fruit & Veg Tech X-Change

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Canada's Fruit & Veg Tech X-Change

Time: September 1, 2011 at 8:30am to September 3, 2011 at 4pm
Location: Canada's Fruit & Veg Tech X-Change Site
Street: 1195 Front Rd.
City/Town: St. Williams
Website or Map: http://www.fruitvegtechxchang…
Phone: 226-381-0282
Event Type: outdoor, horticultural, trade, show
Organized By: Jordon Underhill
Latest Activity: Aug 29, 2011

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Canada's Fruit & Veg Tech X-Change is an outdoor horticultural trade show for commercial fruit and veg producers and their families. This progressive sector will be showcase under real farm conditions all in one location on September 1st 2nd 3rd 2011. See the latest technology LIVE and talk to experienced service providers. The Saturday will welcome weekend farmers, estate and large property owners. Take Pride In Growing and see you at the X-Change!

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