DENVER, Jan. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Horticulture 360 is a new show designed to meet the needs of businesses connected with growing and cultivation in the US. The annual event will first be held in Denver, Colorado, on April 14 and 15, 2015.
Horticulture 360 is the brainchild of the organizers of the hugely popular BIG Industry Show, which is held in Denver each year as the topmost business-to-business event for all those involved in the 420 lifestyle industry. The new Horticulture 360 event will focus on growing and cultivation, including the science and technology behind plant cultivation, with a 360 degree approach providing the show with mass appeal.
A unique event, Horticulture 360 will be held annually in Colorado, alongside the BIG Industry Show. The event takes an inclusive approach to all things horticultural and will therefore appeal to a wide range of attendees, including everyone from individual growers to those producing crops commercially.
Mirroring the concept behind the hugely successful BIG Industry Show, Horticulture 360 will feature a vast range of vendors, stocking all manner of growing and cultivation products. The show will provide buyers with the opportunity to speak with the vendors face to face, to discuss their product ranges and to purchase the goods they require at market-beating prices.
Vendors will cover everything imaginable in relation to horticulture and cultivation. Lights, hoods, soils, nutrients, books and much more will be available for attendees looking to improve their businesses through expert advice and tools. This vast array of offerings means Horticulture 360 will be positioned as the leading business-to-business event of its kind, connecting suppliers with growers from across the nation.
Inclusivity is a key focus of the event, with everyone from individual growers to national wholesalers present and involved. Horticulture 360 is really many events rolled into one – it is an activation event, a show for personal growers and a leading business-to-business networking forum.
Hemp is now used in products ranging from food to fabrics, as well as having multiple medical and recreational uses, so growing it is big business. Cultivators need to be at the top of their game to achieve the best crop possible and thanks to Horticulture 360 they can pick up the tools and information they need to do just that.
For the latest information on plans for the 2015 Horticulture 360 show on April 14-15, visit http://www.horticulture360.com/.
SOURCE Horticulture 360