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Gulf States Hort Expo set for Jan. 29-31

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The event includes educational sessions geared toward landscapers, nursery and greenhouse growers.

| December 19, 2013

The 2014 Gulf States Horticultural Expo will take place Jan. 29-31 at the Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center in Mobile, Ala.

The educational program at this event takes place Wednesday, Jan. 29. The trade show is open Thursday and Friday, Jan. 30 and Jan. 31. The educational program includes general session seminars geared both toward those who are just starting out and established landscapers, nursery growers and greenhouse producers. The concurrent all-day pesticide program provides an opportunity to earn CEU credits for participating states.

The Alabama Nursery & Landscape Association, Louisiana Nursery & Landscape Association, and Mississippi Nursery & Landscape Association all have membership meetings scheduled for 7 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 30 at the event.

Preregistration must be received by Jan. 24. Attending the trade show costs $10 for preregistered guests, $15 after Jan. 24. Attending either of the educational sessions costs $75 for preregistered attendees, $90 after Jan. 24. That includes a trade show badge.

For more information or to register, call (334) 821-5148 or visit www.gshe.org.

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