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Join us at the AIH Conference & Awards 21 – 22 September 2019 at the Aloft Hotel in Perth WA!

The awards night, which will be held in Perth following the conference, will be a fantastic night to both highlight some of the wonderful work in horticulture as well as a worthy networking event. 

Book your Conference & Awards 2019 tickets in advance and take advantage of our early bird offer.

Dear Councillors and Members,   I have enjoyed the last month both working alongside the National Council and fellow members...
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Urban Greening Efforts In Australia A Puzzle With Pieces Missing Delegates at the Urban Tree Puzzle forum hosted by the...
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How did the Planthunter evolve? GR: I launched The Planthunter in 2013 after a decade of working as a landscape...
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Dear Councillors and Members,   What a great first quarter to 2019 with so many events and networking opportunities as...
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By Michael Casey MAIH RH This article first appeared in the April 2019 of Hort Journal - visit www.hortjournal.com.au for...
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Bette Midler moved back to New York after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Once there, she was concerned about the amount...
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By Michael Casey MAIH RH   The benefits of Green Walls being installed on, inside and around buildings, homes and...
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Dear councillors and members,   the start of the year is bringing together some fantastic work done by our National...
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Members and guests of the Australian Institute of Horticulture and the Horticultural Media Association ventured to the beautiful Blue Mountains...
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AIH Fellow Andrew Price FAIH RH Features On ABC Gardening Australia   AIH Registered Horticulturist, Fellow of the Institute, and...
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Great learning and networking at AIH's first Walk and Talk for 2019 at the Wallis Creek Watergarden.   Thanks to everyone...
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Vale Kim Morris FAIH

January 10, 2019
09/01/19 Dear members It is with great sadness that I wish to inform you of the passing of Kim Morris...
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Dear Members, Most of you would know me as the Editor of this newsletter and the Vice President of the...
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If you are brand new to the industry or have industry experience and want to upgrade your qualifications there are...
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This article was originally published on the Garden Co blog by James Scott MGSD and has been reprinted with permission....
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Hort Connections 2019 Growing Our Food Future

Time: June 24 - June 26, 2019


Hort Connections 2019 will bring together the leaders in the world of fresh vegetables, fruit and cut flowers to conduct business and examine trends and topics of common interest. AUSVEG and PMA Australia-New Zealand Limited (PMA A-NZ) have again united to deliver the joint industry conference and Trade Show, Hort Connections 2019.

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NGINA: A.C.T Waterwork Training Course

Time: June 26 - June 27, 2019
@ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


This workshop contains both theory and practical sessions. Who should attend: Production nursery staff, nursery personnel, business owners and production managers. What you will learn: The theory behind designing and constructing irrigation and drainage systems to industry Best Management Practice. How to conduct a 'catch can' irrigation assessment. An insight into the performance of your own irrigation and drainage system from your own testing.

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Walk & Talk at the Riverdene Nursery East Gresford NSW

Time: July 7, 2019
@ 10:00 am


Noel and Virginia established the Nursery in 1956 and the ability to adapt has enabled it to grow and be recognised as a leader, propagator and expert in native trees and shrub identification. The nursery complex covers close to 12 hectares producing a wide range of plants for all sectors of the horticultural industry, including the home garden and the landscaping sectors.

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