The Southern Interior Horticultural Show is a new B.C. Ministry of Agriculture and Food delivered project in partnership with the tree fruit and grape industries to provide producers the opportunity to get the latest information on research, innovation, and farming practices from some of the industry’s most knowledgeable experts.
Held in conjunction with a horticultural tradeshow, the two-day conference focuses on the apple, cherry, and grape sectors in B.C., featuring sessions on soil health, water management, cutting-edge production information, pest management, climate adaptation, and innovative growing systems and new technology.
The Southern Interior Horticultural Show is being delivered in partnership with the B.C. Cherry Association, B.C. Fruit Growers’ Association, B.C. Grapegrowers’ Association, B.C. Wine Grape Council, Sustainable Wine Growing B.C., Wine Growers B.C., Okanagan-Kootenay Sterile Insect Release Program, New Variety Development Council, Okanagan Horticulture Advisors Group, and Summerland Variety Corp. Funding for the conference is provided in part by the governments of Canada and British Columbia through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.
Presentations will be recorded and available to registered attendees following the conference.