THE geographical expanse and diversity of Australian horticulture was evident at Hort Connections 2022 as growers, researchers and business representatives came together earlier this month.
Held across three days (June 6-8) at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, the event is Australia's largest horticulture gathering.
While much of the action happened within the trade display itself, there were also shoulder events such as breakfasts, plenary sessions, farm tours, retail tours and other meetings to keep delegates well informed.
The social side of things was once again an important aspect with many taking the opportunity to catch up during the course of the convention.
Good Fruit & Vegetables was there to capture the faces of who was about.
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