Media & News
Welcome to the IHC 2014 media page where you can access the latest news and information about the Congress. If you can't find what you're looking for please contact the Congress secretariat.
Newsletter No. 1
IHC 2014: The 29th International Horticultural Congress
Newsletter No. 2
IHC 2014: Planning for IHC2014
Newsletter No. 3
IHC 2014: Conference Update
Newsletter No. 4
IHC 2014: Scientific Program Key Dates
Newsletter No. 5
IHC 2014: Less than two years to go!
Newsletter No. 6
IHC 2014: Horticulture in paradise!
Newsletter No. 7
IHC 2014: Abstracts now open!
Newsletter No. 8
IHC 2014: Mascot's new name!
Newsletter No. 9
Call for Abstracts Open
Newsletter No. 10
Registration is now open!
Newsletter No. 11
Thank You to Authors
Newsletter No. 12
Early Bird Registration Closing
Newsletter No. 13
Time to book a tour
Newsletter No. 14
Program at a Glance Now Available!
Media Release No. 1
World’s premier horticulture event coming to Brisbane
Media Release No. 2
Abstract submissions now open for World’s premier horticulture event
Media Release No. 3
Scientific program now available for the 29th International Horticultural Congress
Media Release No. 4
Horticulture's role in food production and promotion of nature and well-being
Media Release No. 5
Horticultural production products and services: Fruit and nut crops, vegetable crops, grape and wine production, and ornamentals along the supply/value chain
Media Release No. 6
Lifestyle Horticulture Products and Services: Landscape, urban horticulture and green open space management along the supply/value chain
Media Release No. 7
Media Release No. 8
Showcasing Australian Horticulture
Chronica Horticulturae Articles & Presentations
- Reference No. 1: Announcement 2010
- Reference No. 3: Asian Vegetables in Australia
- Reference No. 5: Genetic Diversity in Pineapple
- Reference No. 7: High Value Horticulture
- Reference No. 9: The Origin of Hort. in Australia
- Reference No. 11: Urban Hort. and Green Open Space
- Reference No. 13: Australian Ginger Industry
- Reference No. 15: New Zealand Hort
- Reference No. 17: R&D in Australia and New Zealand
- Reference No. 19: Wollemi Pine
- Reference No. 21: The Paradox of Horticulture in the Pacific Islands
- Reference No. 23: Profiling Australia’s Horticultural Industries
- Reference No. 2: Announcement 2013
- Reference No. 4: Domesticating the Rainforest
- Reference No. 6: Guiding Young People to Hort
- Reference No. 8: Native Australian Acacias
- Reference No. 10: Two Intl. Congresses you Must Attend
- Reference No. 12: Australia - The Industries
- Reference No. 14: Macadamia
- Reference No. 16: Pyrethrum
- Reference No. 18: Turfgrass Industry
- Reference No. 20: Adapting to a Virulent Bacterial Canker in Kiwifruit
- Reference No. 22: 150th Anniversary of IHC: IHC2014
Industry Communication Support
The IHC 2014 Communication and Scientific team have prepared industry specific content for use in your newsletters and articles. Combined with the Chronica Articles above and the content on each of the Symposia pages you will have a robust understanding of what is on offer for your relevant industry at IHC 2014.
We also access to photographs and images to further support your communications please contact the IHC Secretariat specifying your request.
If the information you require is not provided herein please contact the IHC Secretariat for assistance.
Cathy ReadeDirector, Public Affairs and Communication
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IHC2014 SecretariatICMS Australasia
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