Indiana Green Expo Next Week in Indianapolis – Turfgrass Science at Purdue University

Indiana Green Expo Next Week in Indianapolis

The Indiana Green Expo will be held Jan 10-12 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. The green Expo is a joint conference sponsored by the Midwest Regional Turf Foundation, the Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association as well as the Indiana Parks and Recreation Association. An outstanding educational program is compliments a sold-out tradeshow. Over 80 speakers will be presenting over 130 talks and workshops on all areas of turf, landscape, and business topics. In addition the our more traditional agronomic topics, a few of the topics this year include personnel management, taxes, cash flow, retirement, retail sales, passing on the business, plant production, and landscape design, installation, and management. The tradeshow will be twice the size of the traditional MRTF shows in the past with over 350 booths. Vendors exhibiting all types of trees and ornamentals, greenhouse supplies, landscaping equipment and supplies, and much more will join our traditional turf exhibitors. The MRTF Board of Directors is absolutely thrilled with our relationship with the INLA and IPRA and look forward to bringing this great event to our members. If you haven’t registered yet, you are more than welcome to register on-site at the Convention Center next week. Full details can be accessed at


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