• 3 October 2017

    WHY IPPS - Shea Keen, Masters student, University of Florida

    The 2016 conference in Virginia Beach was my first exposure to the IPPS-SR, and by the end of the meeting, I decided I needed to become a member. I value my membership because it allows me to connect to a network of incredibly talented and experienced individuals, and it provides access to the vas...

    Read More
  • 15 September 2017

    Why IPPS - David Parks, Camellia Forest Nursery

    David Park, Camellia Forest NurseryMembership is about the networking opportunities as well as seeing how other nurseries increase efficiency.

    Read More
  • 6 September 2017

    Why IPPS - Anthony LeBude, NC State University

    Anthony LeBude - NC State University I look forward to attending the annual meeting for professional development. IPPS is a proven venue for education, collaborating with colleagues and exploring new nurseries throughout the southern region. IPPS is the interface between traditional ideas and advanc...

    Read More
  • 12 August 2017

    Why IPPS - Daniel Greenwell, Auburn University

    Membership in horticulture societies and organizations is of utmost importance to me, especially as I move closer to full-time employment. Active membership in any organization and especially membership with IPPS is a way to keep yourself from becoming isolated from current events and advanceme...

    Read More
  • 1 August 2017

    IPPS SR Exchange Program 2017 - Elisabeth Meyer

    My mind is still blown from all the amazing things I saw and learned while on the IPPS International Tour and Conference! The level of automation at many of the nurseries we visited was beyond anything I had seen before (cutting sticking robots!) and provided me with lots of good material for shari...

    Read More
  • 6 June 2017

    WHY IPPS - Lance Russell

    WHY IPPS? Lance Russell,  Assistant Technical Manager,  Fleurie Nursery LtdI am the exchange representative from England, IPPS European Region. Having an IPPS membership is like having the horticultural bible in your hands as it allows you to tap into people from all different backgrounds...

    Read More
  • 14 May 2017

    Why IPPS - Richard May

    Richard MayMay Nursery, Inc.I love IPPS! I have been a member since 2002, and this has been the greatest Nursery/Plant group that I have ever been a part of. No other organization offers such a wealth of knowledge of plants and nursery growing expertise. IPPS offers the greatest networking betwee...

    Read More
  • 4 April 2017

    IPPS Exchange Program 2017 July 7-14 - England, Belgium, the Netherlands

    Open to IPPS-Southern Region Members 35 years old or younger or SR members new to the industry.OverviewOur Southern Region participant should arrive on Thursday, July 6 to meet the IPPS-European host. On July 7 you will join the bus for a tour of Belgium and Holland before the conference starts.Lon...

    Read More
  • 9 March 2017

    Thank you to the sponsors of our 42nd Annual meeting in Dallas, TX - October 28, 2017 - November 1, 2017

    PLATINUMHarrell'sWinfield UnitedGOLDBailey NurseriesBayer CropScience LPCreekside NurseryDow AgroSciencesGreenleaf Nursery CompanyHaviland Plastic Products, Inc.Nufarm AmericasOHP, Inc.Plant Development Services, Inc.Rootmaker Products Company, LLCSILVERAlabama Nursery and Landscape AssociationTrans...

    Read More
  • 6 March 2017

    Why IPPS - Christine E.H. Coker, Ph.D., GRP

    I became a member of IPPS as a new faculty member. I was instantly embraced by a community of knowledgeable and inspirational plant people! I have had the opportunity to be involved in the Southern Region in a variety of ways from committee service, to speaking, to helping host our regional meeting...

    Read More
Page 501 of 8