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    January 3-5 • Indiana Convention Center

    Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

    The Indiana Green Expo is presented in partnership by the Indiana Nursery and

    Landscape Association and the Midwest Regional Turf Foundation.

    Providing excellent education sessions by exPerts in their field including enhanced Spanish Sessions with speakers from the National Hispanic Landscape Alliance.

    three certification oPPortunities1) Certified Concrete Paver Installer by ICPI (Workshop D) 2) Indiana Accredited Horticulturist by INLA (Workshop J) 3) Pesticide Applicator Training (CORE) by OISC (Workshop K)

    trade showLunch on the trade show floor — Wednesday, January 4! Pre-purchase tickets and save!

    landscaPe challenge —The competition returns — Wednesday, January 4!

    new for 2017:

    equipment technicians

    education track

    Indiana’s largest and most comprehensive green industry event!

    Join the Conversation #IGE17

    Register Early & Save

    NEW!!! EaRly BIRD REGISTRaTION November 30

    Corporate Sponsor

    http://www.inla1.orghttp://www.mrtf.orghttp://www.bluegrassfarms.net/http://www.masverde.us/index.htmlhttp://www.indianagreenexpo.com

  • MIChaEl Clark @Met_mdclark

    Michael Clark is one of othe co-founders of BAM Weather (bamwx.com), which provides custom tailored forecasts for buisnesses and govern-

    ments whose business is weather dependent. Origi-nally from Whiteland, meterology has been a passion of his since the 2nd grade. He attended Mississippi State and majored in Operational Meteorology.

    BErt CrEGG

    Dr. Bert Cregg is an Associate Profes-sor of Horticulture and Forestry at Michigan State University (MSU). Dr. Cregg conducts research and extension programs on physiology

    and management of trees in nurseries, landscapes, and Christmas tree production. He holds a doctorate in Forest Resources from the University of Georgia and was a Research Tree Physiologist for the USDA Forest Service and International Paper before joining the MSU faculty. Dr. Cregg has published numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers and trade-journal articles on tree selection, establishment, and maintenance.

    MIkE GoatlEy @VAturf

    Mike Goatley is a Turfgrass Extension Specialist and Professor of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech. Mike’s primary

    research area involves turfgrass variety evaluations that result in the production of an annual ‘Recom-mended Turfgrass Variety List’ for Virginia’s turfgrass managers. Other research areas: The identification of better adapted warm-season turfgrass alternatives to existing cool-season species, urban nutrient manage-ment, and soil remediation.

    DEan GravEs

    Graves has a bachelor’s degree in agriculture/plant science from the University of Delaware, where he played college golf. He also has a two-year turf management certificate

    from Penn State and is one of only 1,700 active superintendents to earn the professional designation GCSAA Certified Golf Course Superintendent. Graves has been on the GCSAA Government Relations Com-mittee and has served as the MAAGCS government relations director. Photo by Bruce Mathewsh

    CharlIE hall @CharlieHall626

    Although an economist by train-ing, Dr. Charlie Hall is currently a Professor in the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas

    A&M University and also holder of the Ellison Chair in International Floriculture. His major areas of specialization include innovative management and marketing strategies, financial analysis and bench-marking, and the situation/outlook for nursery and greenhouse crops.

    DouG karChEr @uarkturf

    Dr. Doug Karcher is a Turfgrass Soil Specialist and Professor in the Department of Horticulture, University of Arkansas. He received

    a B.S. degree from The Ohio state University, and Masters and Ph.D. degrees from Michigan State University. In addition, he has several years’ experience in golf course maintenance and sports turf installation and maintenance.

    JaCk klEMEyEr @JackKlemeyer

    Jack Klemeyer is a veteran business coach, consultant, and speaker. He is the founder of Grow Your Business Coaching; a company

    specializing in helping solopreneurs and small business owners attract more clients, grow their business, and live the prosperous life they deserve! His experience and knowledge comes from his education and experiences holding several leader-ship positions over a 12-year career with State Farm Insurance Companies after starting and running a successful insurance agency.

    Paul koCh @uwpaul

    Assistant professor of plant pathol-ogy at Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison. His research has primarily focused on the impact of various

    environmental factors on the persistence and activ-ity of numerous fungicides applied to golf course turfgrass. Specific factors investigated include snow cover, temperature, sunlight, moisture, and microbial activity. Paul also oversees the Turfgrass Diagnostic Lab (tdl.wisc.edu) and the Turfgrass Fungicide Testing Program (tdl.wisc.edu/research.php) at the University of Wisconsin.

    Pat o’BrIEn @pobrienhpgcc

    Pat O’Brien has been the Grounds Superintendent at The Hyde Park Golf and Country Club (HP) in Cincinnati, Ohio since 2004. With

    over 18 years of experience of managing turfgrass Pat has been fortunate to be involved directly with a golf course grow-in, complete bunker renovation, irrigation install, rough conversion and ongoing tee renovations. Pat has a Master’s of Science in Man-agement and graduated from the Penn State Golf Course and Turfgrass Management Program.

    toM voIGt

    Tom Voigt is an Associate Professor and Extension Turfgrass Specialist in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences at University of Illinois,

    Urbana-Champaign. Tom is both a turf, ornamental, and native grass expert and has tremendous expertise in the culture and management of diverse grass systems. Learn from Tom’s insight at the conference everything from using ornamental grasses in public gardens, selecting grasses for naturalized and native areas, and managing escaped ornamental grasses.

    GEnE WhItE

    White joined Rentokil North America in May 2013 as regional technical director for the central markets. White has 21 years of in-

    dustry experience as a technician, sales consultant, supervisor, district manager and corporate trainer. White is a member of the Entomological Society of America and Pi Chi Omega professional pest management fraternity. White is a regular speaker for industry conferences at the Purdue Pest Man-agement Conference.

    FrED WhItForD

    Dr. Fred Whitford is the coordinator of Purdue Pesticide Programs of the Purdue Cooperative Extension Ser-vice. He received a B. S. in wildlife management from Louisiana Tech

    University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in entomology from Iowa State University. He has written four books, more than 200 research, extension, or regu-latory publications, and has delivered over 4,000 presentations to a wide array of audiences.

    PEtEr ZalE

    Peter Zale is Curator and Plant Breeder at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA. At Longwood, he is in charge of the development, taxonomy, nomenclature, and

    development of Longwood’s diverse plant collec-tion, and leads Longwood’s plant breeding, plant exploration, and conservation programs. Peter was Nursery and Sales manager at Marvin’s Organic Gardens, the first certified organic nursery in the state of Ohio and then returned to graduate school at Ohio State where he received his Ph.D. in 2014.

    Featured Speakers

    https://twitter.com/Met_mdclarkhttps://twitter.com/VAturfhttps://twitter.com/CharlieHall626https://twitter.com/uarkturfhttps://twitter.com/JackKlemeyerhttps://twitter.com/uwpaulhttps://twitter.com/pobrienhpgcc

  • WorkshoP a January 3troubleshooting golf course irrigation systemsJim Held and John Modglin, Automatic Supply9:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Learn how to logically go about solving irrigation problems. Regardless of the make and models of your irrigation equipment, this session will help guide you through electrical troubleshooting and troubleshooting symptomatic problems with golf sprinklers/rotors. This will be a hands-on learning opportunity. This workshop is held at Automatic Supply, 116 Shadowlawn Drive, Fishers, IN 46038. Workshop registrants will pick up their name badges at the workshop. Limit 30 people.

    WorkshoP B January 3feeding your turf: everything you need to KnowCale Bigelow and Kevin Jackson, Purdue University9:00 am – 12:00 pm / CCH = 3b:3.0, RT:3.0

    This workshop will cover everything you need to know to develop a site specific nutrient management program for any turf area (lawns, sports fields, golf turf). This will include all the aspects of soil testing, interpreting soil test results, defining expectations for a site and fertilizer product programming.

    WorkshoP C January 3developing effective weed control ProgramsAaron Patton, Purdue University9:00 am – 12:00 pm / CCH = 3b:3.0, 6:3.0, RT:3.0

    A common question that I get is why didn’t the herbi-cide work and kill the weed? This workshop will help you better understand how to answer that question for yourself and improve your weed control by better understanding herbicide activity. Proper application timing, herbicide mode of action, surfactants, formu-lations, spray volume, antagonism, and much more will be discussed. Participants will receive a copy of the newly revised 2017 edition of “Turfgrass Weed Control for Professionals.”

    WorkshoP D January 3 & 4

    icPi concrete Paver installer courseJesse James and Rick Bischoff, Techo-BlocJanuary 3: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm January 4: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    The two-day course equips individuals currently employed in the concrete paver installer industry with training and tools to properly install interlocking concrete paving systems. In addition, participants have the opportunity to pursue certification at the end of the workshop, as well as potential industry recognition in the future.

    WorkshoP E January 3

    bee Keeping 101Krispn Given, Purdue University9:00 am – 12:00 pm

    This workshop will discuss what is needed to start beekeeping in the Midwest. The material will also address the challenges currently facing beekeepers in the United States, as well as some of the solutions. There will be equipment demonstrations with the participants. Current research at the Purdue Univer-sity Bee Lab will be presented.

    WorkshoP F January 3

    starting off on the right foot: tree installation and bed Preparation for ProfessionalsKyle Daniel and Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University9:00 am – 12:00 pm / CCH = 3a:3.0, RT:3.0

    This interactive workshop will discuss and dem-onstrate the proper methods to prepare a tree for planting, methods for preventing root deformations, proper planting, and pruning based on current research. Also covers: bed preparation, mulching, weed control, and irrigation. Participants receive take home materials from Purdue Extension Specialists.

    WorkshoP G January 3stepping into a leadership role (assistant turf Managers only)Ryan Cummings, Elcona Country Club & Aaron Patton, Purdue University1:00 – 4:00 pm / CCH = 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    Workshop provides valuable tools for your current or future golf course. You’ll learn how to:• Trackbudgets,justifyexpenditures,purchase

    products, and allocate labor• Usedata-drivendecisiontoolstoenhanceyour

    agronomic program• Hireandmentorstafftobuildstrongteams• Utilizenewtechnologies,socialmedia,and

    web-based tools to inform decisions.

    WorkshoP h January 3the basics of Pond ManagementJonathan Ferris, Wayne County Extension Director1:00 – 4:00 pm / CCH = 5:3.0, RT:3.0

    While ponds can be an attractive addition to many landscapes, effectively managing them can be a difficult task. This workshop will focus on key concepts in pond management including proper siting of a new pond, fish stocking and management, aquatic plant management, and related wildlife issues. Participants will gain a basic understanding of pond ecology and will understand common pond problems and how to manage them.

    WorkshoP I January 3Pollinator conservation in urban landscapesCliff Sadof, Doug Richmond, and Mindy Appold, Purdue University1:00 – 4:00 pm

    A look at the practice of pollinator conservation with emphasis on biological principles and design elements suitable for urban greenspaces. The workshop will provide hands-on exposure to pollinator diversity, explore issues surrounding pollinator conservation and provide guidance for incorporating pollinator-friendly spaces into urban landscapes.

    WorkshoP J January 3indiana accredited horticulturist (iah) review and exam Jim Messmer, Vincennes University, retired1:00 – 5:00 pm / CCH = 3a:1.0, RT:1.0 1:00 – 3:00 pm: IAH Review (additional fee) 3:00 – 5:00 pm: IAH Exam

    As an educator and experienced IAH facilitator, Jim will aid you in preparing for the afternoon exam. There will be ample time for questions and individual attention. The review is also a great refresher for those already certified — earn IAH CEUs by attending.

    Contact the INLA (800-443-7336) for program materials which are an additional fee.

    WorkshoP k January 4Pesticide applicator training (core)Fred Whitford, Office of Indiana State Chemist &Drew Martin, and Leo Reed, Purdue University 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Passing the CORE examination is the first step in becoming certified to apply pesticides in Indiana. Exam covers pesticide formulations, applicator safety, environmental protection, label comprehension and laws pertaining to pesticide use. This exam is required to become a registered technician (RT) or for anyone who applies restricted use pesticides on their own farm property (PARP).

    All registrations handled through The Extension Store, 765-494-6794. Registration: $60. Training manual: $30.

    WorkshoP l January 5basic turf trainingQuincy Law, Geoff Schortgen, and Glenn Hardebeck, Purdue University9:00 am - 3:00 pm / CCH = 3b:5.0, RT:4.0

    A workshop designed for beginners in turf or for more experienced professionals who want a review on the basic foundations of turfgrass management. This workshop will cover the basics on plant growth, turfgrass establishment and cultural practices in the morning, and pest management and pesticide safety in the afternoon. A great workshop for the whole staff!

    Workshops

  • wednesday January 4 laWn CarE

    GolFdisease

    Management

    sPorts turF

    Plant MatErIal

    InstallatIon MaIntEnanCE

    BusInEss, MarkEtInG

    vEGEtatIon ManaGEMEnt

    lanDsCaPE DEsIGn

    sPanIsh sEssIon

    8:00–8:30 amQué hace a mi

    empresa ser única? Estrategias de diferenciación

    de clientes8:30–9:00 am welcome to the indiana green expo

    9:00–9:30 am are you Prepared for a truck accident? Fred Whitford, Purdue University

    CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0

    La Seguridad Personal; Creando los Buenos Hábitos

    más Claves9:30–10:00 am

    10:00–10:30 amwill the real green industry Please stand up?

    Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University

    Diagnosticos de Las Plantas y Problemas de Los Frensos10:30–11:00 am

    11:00–11:30 am Diagnosticos de Las Plantas y Problemas de Los Frensos11:30 am–12 pm

    12:00–12:30 pmlunch on the trade show floor

    $15 Pre-purchased /$20 at show • Add tickets to your registration!12:30–1:00 pm

    1:00–1:30 pm 2017 Update on Hard Water

    Antagonism

    2016 Turf Disease Review

    Lessons Learned: Growing

    Bermudagrass in Ross-Ade Stadium

    An Appreciation of Bark

    Planting and Maintaining

    Landscape Beds

    Sell More, Sell More Easily

    Why Sight Assessment Is Important for Herbicide Stewardship

    Native Plants in the Formal

    Landscape

    Ganando la Confianza de

    Clientes Difíciles1:30–2:00 pm

    2:00–2:30 pm2017 Weed &

    Herbicide Update

    MRTF Award

    Wetting Agents — Influence on Summer Turf

    Health

    White Grub Control

    MRTF Award

    Planting Native Plants to Benefit

    Bees

    When to Use Oil and Soap in Your Pest Management

    Program

    Marketing: Inside and Out

    Tackling Kudzu and Other

    Invasive Species

    Designing for Small Spaces

    Como Crecer como Líder en

    Nuestra Industria2:30–3:00 pm

    3:00–3:30 pmLawn Insect Pests of 2016

    Fertility Approaches for Disease

    Management

    Weather and

    Your Turf

    European Gardens: Of Balustrades, Borders, Brown,

    Bedding, and Beyond

    21st Century Drainage

    Marketing: Inside and Out

    Controlling Unwanted

    Vegetation in Municipal Environs

    What You Need to Know About Rain Gardens

    3:30–4:00 pm

    4:00–4:30 pmMRTF Award

    Modern Fungicides Factors Affecting

    Performance

    Pruning and Training Trees to Improve Crown

    Structure

    Make Liquid and Dry Products Measure Up4:30–5:00 pm

    5:00–7:00 pm Mrtf annual Meeting + award ceremony, westin hotel / inla annual Meeting + award reception, convention centerLandscape Challenge winner announced and auction of Challenge products.

    Golf Track – Growing Great Faiways: lessons learned1:00 – 2:00 pm what’s the best fairway grass for My golf course? Cale Bigelow, Purdue University CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 2:30 pm useful steps towards growing high Quality fairways Jim Hess, Meridian Hills Country Club CCH= 3b:0.5, RT:0.5

    2:30 – 3:00 pm challenges and opportunities for fairway Maintenance in southern indiana Anthony Robertson, Indiana University Golf Course CCH= 3b:0.5, RT:0.5

    3:00 – 3:30 pm fairway Maintenance and renovation at Pvcc Steve Mueller, Pine Valley Country Club CCH= 3b:0.5, RT:0.5

    3:30 – 4:00 pm Q&a session with Panelists

    indiana green exPo

    oPening session

    trade show open 10 am - 5 pm

    workshop K: Pesticide applicator training (core) 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    inla scholarship silent auction 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Trade Show Floor

    5th annual landscape challenge 10:30 am – 2:30 pm, Trade Show Floor

    Mrtf annual Meeting + awards ceremony 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Westin Hotel Join us for the presentation of scholarship and the 2016 Green Awards. We will honor David George with the 2016 MRTF Distinguished Service Award.

    inla annual Meeting + awards reception 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Convention Center Features landscape and special achievement awards. A don’t miss event for INLA members! Landscape Challenge Winner announced PLUS an auction of challenge product.

    WEDnEsDay’s sPECIal EvEnts

    Tuesday, January 3

    David George

    trade show oPen

    10 aM - 5 PM

  • OpENING SESSION 8:30 – 9:00 am welcome to the indiana green expo

    Aaron Patton, Purdue University; Greg Lovell, MRTF; Brian Julius, INLA; and Kyle Daniel, Purdue University

    9:00 – 10:00 am are you Prepared for a truck accident? Fred Whitford, Purdue University • CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0 Learn how lawyers and the courts work when it comes to highway accidents. More importantly, you will learn why keeping the trucks and trailers repaired and maintaining records is so impor-tant in protecting you and your assets.

    10:00 – 11:00 am will the real green industry Please stand up? Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University In spite of all of the uncertainty in the marketplace, there are still pockets of opportunity to capitalize on. Join Charlie in this session as he dissects the entire green industry to unveil the opportunities (and challenges) ahead.

    lawn Care Track1:00 – 2:00 pm 2017 update on hard water antagonism Geoff Schortgen, Purdue University CCH= 3b:1.0, 6:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 2:45 pm 2017 weed and herbicide update Aaron Patton, Purdue University CCH= 3b:0.75, 6:0.75, RT:0.75

    2:45 – 3:00 pm Presentation of the Mrtf green award Randy Brehmer, Midwest Regional Turf Foundation

    3:00 – 4:00 pm lawn insect Pests of 2016 Doug Richmond, Purdue University • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    Golf Track — Disease Management 1:00 – 2:00 pm 2016 turf disease review Rick Latin, Purdue University • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm wetting agents and their influence on summer turf health Doug Karcher, University of Arkansas CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    3:00 – 4:00 pm fertility approaches for disease Management Paul Koch, University of Wisconsin-Madison CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    4:00 – 4:15 pm Presentation of the Mrtf green award Randy Brehmer, Midwest Regional Turf Foundation

    4:15 – 5:00 pm Modern fungicides and factors that affect their Performance Rick Latin, Purdue University • CCH= 3b:0.75, RT:0.75

    Sports Turf Track1:00 – 2:00 pm lessons learned: 11 years growing bermudagrass in ross-ade stadium Brian Bornino, Purdue University Athletics

    2:00 – 2:45 pm white grub control: agronomic, Political, and economic considerations Doug Richmond, Purdue University CCH= 3b:0.75, RT:0.75

    2:45 – 3:00 pm Presentation of the Mrtf green award Randy Brehmer, Midwest Regional Turf Foundation

    3:00 – 4:00 pm weather and your turf Michael Clark, BAM

    Vegetation Management Track1:00 – 2:00 pm why sight assessment is important for herbicide stewardship Randy Denhart, Bayer Crop Science

    2:00 – 3:00 pm tackling Kudzu and other invasive species Ken Cote, Indiana Department of Natural Resources

    3:00 – 4:00 pm controlling unwanted vegetation in Municipal environments Randy Denhart, Bayer Crop Science

    4:00 – 5:00 pm Make liquid and dry Products Measure up Fred Whitford, Purdue University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0

    plant Materials Track1:00 – 2:00 pm an appreciation of bark Rosie Lerner, Purdue University

    2:00 – 3:00 pm Planting native Plants to benefit bees Mark O’Brien, Cardno•CCH=3a:1.0,RT:1.0

    3:00 – 4:00 pm european gardens: of balustrades, borders, brown, bedding, and beyond Mike Dana, Purdue University

    Business and Marketing Track11:00 am – 12 pm building your business by building your latino workforce National Hispanic Landscape Alliance

    1:00 – 2:00 pm sell More, sell More easily Shad Tidler, Lushin, Inc.

    2:00 – 3:00 pm Marketing: inside and out Jack Klemeyer, Grow Your Business Coaching

    3:00 – 4:00 pm Marketing: inside and out Jack Klemeyer, Grow Your Business Coaching

    Installation/Maintenance Track1:00 – 2:00 pm Planting and Maintaining landscape beds George Brenn, Four Seasons Landscaping Nursery CCH= 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm when to use oil and soap in your Pest Management Program Cliff Sadoff, Purdue University • CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    3:00 – 4:00 pm 21st century drainage Terry Noriega, Drainage Solutions, Inc.

    4:00 – 5:00 pm Pruning and training trees to improve crown structure Jason Miesbauer, The Morton Arboretum CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    Spanish Track8:00 – 9:00 am Qué hace a mi empresa ser única? estrategias de diferenciación de clientes / What makes my company to be unique? Customer differentiation strategies Ariana Torres, Purdue University

    9:00 – 10:00 am la seguridad Personal; creando los buenos hábitos más claves / Protecting Yourself and Your Team; Creating a Culture that values Safety National Hispanic Landscape Alliance

    10:00 – 11:00 am diagnosticos de las Plantas y Problemas de los frensos / Diagnostics of Plants and Problems with Ash Cliff Sadof, Purdue University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm diagnosticos de las Plantas y Problemas de los frensos / Diagnostics of Plants and Problems with Ash Cliff Sadof, Purdue University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm ganando la confianza de clientes difíciles / Winning over Challenging Customers National Hispanic Landscape Alliance

    2:00 – 3:00 pm como crecer como líder en nuestra industria / Keys to Growing as a Leader in Our Industry National Hispanic Landscape Alliance

    landscape Design Track1:00 – 2:00 pm native Plants in the formal landscape Mark O’Brien, Cardno

    2:00 – 3:00 pm designing for small spaces Wayne Gruber, Niemeyer’s Landscape Supply

    3:00 – 4:00 pm what you need to Know about rain gardens John Orick and Rosie Lerner, Purdue University

    trade show hours today: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Wednesday, January 4

  • Golf Track8:00 – 9:00 am selecting the right grasses for native areas Tom Voigt, University of Illinois • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    9:00 – 10:00 am hiring, training and Keeping good Personnel Gene White, Rentokil North America

    10:00 – 11:00 am truer Putts and better lies Doug Karcher, University of Arkansas CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm 2016 year in review Zach Nicoludis, United States Golf Association CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    Southern Golf Track1:00 – 2:00 pm useful applications of technology for the golf course superintendent Pat O’Brien, Hyde Park Golf and Country Club CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm Zoysiagrass improvement research update Aaron Patton, Purdue University • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    3:00 – 4:00 pm ins and outs of tournament volunteering Pat O’Brien Hyde Park Golf and Country Club

    plant Materials Track8:00 – 9:00 am Plant breeding and research innovation at Longwood Gardens • Peter Zale, Longwood Gardens

    9:00 – 10:00 am Break

    10:00 – 11:00 am selecting ornamental grasses for the landscape Tom Voigt, University of Illinois

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm urban tree selection in a changing climate Bert Craig, Michigan State University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm new and exciting Perennials Brian Aaron, Walter’s Gardens

    2:00 – 3:00 pm native Plants: three case studies of Modern Plant exploration Peter Zale, Longwood Gardens

    3:00 – 4:00 pm conifers for Midwestern landscapes Bert Craig, Michigan State University

    Business and Marketing Track8:00 – 9:00 am getting to a resolution and getting the best out of Conflict • Maria Marshall, Purdue University

    9:00 – 10:00 am how we use social Media in our business: a Panel discussion Dawn Rigby, Advanced Turf Solutions

    10:00 – 11:00 am risk Management for small businesses Maria Marshall, Purdue University

    11:00 am – 12 pm building your business by building your latino Workforce • National Hispanic Landscape Alliance

    trade show hours today: 9:00 am – 1:00 pmThursday, January 5

    lawn Care Track8:00 – 8:45 am turf doesn’t have to be a 4-letter word Mike Goatley, Virginia Tech • CCH= 3b:0.75, RT:0.75

    8:45 – 9:30 am the art of communication Dean Graves, Chevy Chase Club

    9:30 – 10:00 am Break

    10:00 – 11:00 am identification and Management of turfgrass rusts Paul Koch, University of Wisconsin-Madison CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm update from the indiana state chemist’s office Joe Becovitz Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0

    12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm summer 2016: lessons learned from our lawn grasses Cale Bigelow, Purdue University • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm when ornamental grasses aren’t ornamental Tom Voigt, University of Illinois CCH= 3b:1.0, 6:1.0, RT:1.0

    3:00 – 4:00 pm opportunities and challenges of turf in the gardens Steve Scott, Minnetrista • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    Northern Golf Track1:00 – 2:00 pm snow Mold control: what works and why the heck didn’t it work at My course? Paul Koch, University of Wisconsin-Madison CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm appreciation: the Key to success Dean Graves, Chevy Chase Club

    3:00 – 4:00 pm understanding the Physiological Mechanisms of stress tolerance Yiwei Jiang, Purdue University • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    Sports Turf Track8:00 – 9:00 am Managing soil Moisture in athletic fields Doug Karcher, University of Arkansas CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    9:00 – 10:00 am Professional development: necessary steps in your career advancement James Bergdoll, City of Chattanooga

    10:00 – 11:00 am the “dirt” on sports fields Mike Goatley, Virginia Tech • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    11:00 am – 1:00 pm Break / Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm going green in sports turf Management Mike Goatley, Virginia Tech • CCH= 3b:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm 2016 season review, renovation, and winter classic Justin Scott, St. Louis Cardinals

    3:00 – 4:00 pm update from the indiana state chemist’s office Joe Becovitz, Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0

    Installation/Maintenance9:00 – 10:00 am getting to the root of Problem Janna Beckerman, Purdue University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    10:00 – 11:00 am anatomy of a tree conflict for landscape Professionals • Jud Scott, Vine and Branch Consulting CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm factors involved in Maximizing herbicide Performance • Steve Weller, Purdue University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0

    12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm control of landscape weeds: an iPM approach Kyle Daniel, Purdue University • CCH= 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm update from the indiana state chemist’s office Joe Becovitz, Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, 3b:1.0, 5:1.0, 6:1.0, 7:1.0, RT:1.0

    3:00 – 4:00 pm what do trees think of Pruning? Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    workshop l: basic turf training 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Quincy Law, Geoff Schortgen, and Glenn Hardebeck, Purdue University

    trade show open: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Refreshments available in the IGE trade show lounge!

    thursDay’s sPECIal EvEnts

  • production Track8:00 – 9:00 am north central nursery iPM working group and its benefits to Producers Robert Schutzki, Michigan State University

    9:00 – 10:00 am update from the idnr Megan Abraham and Phil Marshall, Indiana Department of Natural Resources CCH= 2:1.0, 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    10:00 – 11:00 am a view from an arborist and landscaper’s Plant selection from your nursery Larry Caplan, Purdue University

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm Preventing herbicide injury in the nursery Kyle Daniel, Purdue University CCH= 3a:1.0, RT:1.0

    Tree Care Track8:00 – 9:00 am technology and urban forestry Aren Flint, Davey Resource GroupTechnology and Urban Forestry

    9:00 – 10:00 am what not to Plant Carrie Tauscher, Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources

    10:00 – 11:00 am Break

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm tree risk Management Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University

    12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm worse than eab? Jeff Ling, ArborWise•CCH=2:1.0,3a:1.0,RT:1.0

    2:00 – 3:00 pm anatomy of a tree conflict Judd Scott, Vine and Branch Consulting

    Equipment Technician Track8:00 – 9:00 am Keep yourself and your colleagues safe on the Job Rob Willmann, State Safety & Compliance, LLC

    9:00 – 10:00 am understanding hydraulic systems Brian Nash, Jacobsen

    10:00 – 11:00 am tips that can advance your welding skills Ed Betustak, Miller Electric

    11:00 am – 1:00 pm Break / Lunch

    1:00 – 2:00 pm tier 4 engine overview and basic electrical troubleshooting Rick Harrison, Kenney Machinery

    2:00 – 3:00 pm throw the Paper away: a better way to track efforts, cost, and generate reports Managers will love Erwin McKone, ChicagoLandTurf

    thursday January 5 laWn CarE GolF

    sPorts turF

    Plant MatErIal

    InstallatIon MaIntEnanCE

    BusInEss, MarkEtInG

    ProDuCtIon trEE CarE EquIPMEnt tEChnICIan

    8:00–8:30 am Turf Doesn’t Have to Be a 4-Letter Word

    The Art of Communication

    Selecting the Right Grasses for

    Native Areas

    Managing Soil Moisture in

    Athletic Fields

    Plant Breeding and Research Innovation at

    Longwood Gardens

    Getting to A Resolution and Getting the Best Out of Conflict

    North Central Nursery IPM

    Working Group and Its Benefits to

    Producers

    Technology and Urban

    Forestry

    Keep Yourself and Your

    Colleagues Safe on the Job8:30–9:00 am

    9:00–9:30 am Hiring, Training and Keeping

    Good Personnel

    Professional Development:

    Necessary Steps in Your Career Advancement

    Getting to the Root of the

    Problem

    How We Use Social Media in Our

    Business: A Panel Discussion

    Update from the IDNR

    What Not to Plant

    Understanding Hydraulic Systems9:30–10:00 am

    10:00–10:30 am Identification & Management of Turfgrass Rusts

    Truer Putts and Better Lies

    The “Dirt” on Sports Fields

    Selecting Ornamental

    Grasses for the Landscape

    Anatomy of a Tree Conflict for

    Landscape Professionals

    Risk Management for Small

    Businesses

    A View from an Arborist and

    Landscaper’s Plant Selection from Your Nursery

    Tips That Can Advance Your Welding Skills10:30–11:00 am

    11:00–11:30 am Update from the Indiana

    State Chemist’s Office

    2016 Year in Review

    Urban Tree Selection in a

    Changing Climate

    Factors Involved in Maximizing

    Herbicide Performance

    Building Your Business by

    Building Your Latino Workforce

    Preventing Herbicide Injury in the Nursery

    Tree Risk Management

    11:30 am–12 pm

    12:00–12:30 pm

    12:30–1:00 pm

    northErn GolF

    southErn GolF

    1:00–1:30 pm Summer 2016: Lessons Learned from Our Lawn

    Grasses

    Snow Mold Control:

    What Work and What Didn’t

    Going Green in Sports Turf Management

    Getting to the Root of Problem

    Control of Landscape

    Weeds: An IPM Approach

    Useful Apps for Golf Course Superintendents

    Worse Than EAB?

    Tier 4 Engine Overview and Basic Electrical

    Troubleshooting1:30–2:00 pm

    2:00–2:30 pmWhen

    Ornamental Grasses Aren’t Ornamental

    Appreciation: The Key to

    Success

    2016 Season Review,

    Renovation, and Winter Classic

    Update from the Indiana State

    Chemist’s Office

    Update from the Indiana State

    Chemist’s Office

    Zoysiagrass Improvement

    Research Update

    Anatomy of a Tree Conflict

    Throw The Paper Away: A Better Way to Track Your Efforts2:30–3:00 pm

    3:00–3:30 pm Opportunities and Challenges

    of Turf in the Gardens

    Understanding the Physiological Mechanisms of Stress Tolerance

    Update from the Indiana State

    Chemist’s Office

    What Do Trees Think of Pruning?

    What Do Trees Think of Pruning?

    Ins and Outs of Tournament Volunteering3:30–4:00 pm

    4:00–4:30 pm

    4:30–5:00 pm

  • Acorn Farms ..........................................614-891-9348Advanced Turf Solutions, Inc ............... 317-842-1088American BioChar Company .............269-663-7467Ameri-Turf .............................................765-378-0256Automatic Supply.................................. 317-842-3123Bailey Nurseries, Inc ............................ 502-609-4412Bayer ......................................................317-402-7270Belgard ................................................... 317-281-4275Blue Grass Farms of Indiana ...............765-649-1012Brehob Nursery, Inc .............................317-783-3233C.M. Hobbs, Inc ..................................... 317-837-8301Cardno....................................................574-586-2412Caudill Seed Co. ...................................502-583-4402CISCO Companies, The .........................317-357-7013DOW AgroSciences ............................... 317-727-2241Drainage Solutions, Inc .........................317-346-4110Eason Horticultural Resources ...........859-578-3535Eby’s Evergreen Plantation, Inc .........574-848-4520Eco Surface Solutions ...........................574-533-1109Finn All Seasons ....................................513-881-4580Forest Commodites ............................. 765-349-3291Forrest Keeling Nursery ...................... 573-898-5571Grasshopper Company ....................... 620-345-8621Grassmasters Sod Farm .......................812-779-5468GreenCycle of Indiana.......................... 317-773-3350Greendell Landscape Supply ..............317-996-2826Greenleaf Nursery ................................918-457-2304Grigg Brothers ...................................... 260-450-4772Growth Products LTD ........................... 914-428-1316Harrell’s LLC ......................................... 863-687-2774Heartland Growers ...............................317-896-9355Home Nursery Inc ................................ 618-248-5194Hortech.................................................. 800-875-1292IDNR, Div of Entomology & Plant Pathology ...........

    317-232-4120Indiana Professional Lawn & Landscape

    Association ......................................... 317-989-1208Indiana Arborist Association ..............765-494-3625

    Indiana Crop Improvement Association ........................................765-523-2535

    Indiana Irrigation Co., Inc ...................574-626-3398Indiana Mulch & Stone, LLC ................317-638-8334Indiana Nursery & Landscape

    Association .........................................317-889-2382J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co.................. 503-663-4128Jacobsen.................................................443-761-0158Kankakee Nursery ................................815-937-9359Knox Fertilizer Company ..................... 219-871-4076La Crosse Seed ..................................... 800-328-1909LaPorte County Nursery ......................219-785-2891Lastec ......................................................800-515-6798LMN - Landscape Management

    Network .............................................888-347-9864LT Rich Products ...................................765-482-2040M.J. Schuetz Insurance Services .........317-639-5679Marketplace Events ...............................317-705-8719Midwest Groundcovers ........................847-742-1790Midwest Regional Turf

    Foundation ........................................765-494-8039Millcreek Gardens LLC .........................740-666-7125Natorp’s Wholesale Nursery ............... 513-509-9312Northland Farms LLC ...........................616-846-1477Office of Indiana State Chemist ......... 765-494-1589Pennington Seed ...................................513-490-0726Perennials Plus ......................................317-867-5504Price Nurseries, Inc ..............................574-936-4459Pro/Angle Bunker Seed ....................... 440-343-1047Pro-Ap By Frick Services ..................... 630-740-0677Purdue - PPDL ...................................... 765-494-4641Reading Rock, Inc...................................317-417-6027Residex LLC ............................................ 317-471-8309Reynolds Golf & Turf.............................317-402-2366Round Grove Products ........................ 330-621-3657Salt Services ...........................................317-733-2993SCP/NPT .................................................317-549-9598Seal Smart LLC ........................................417-35-4227

    Shade Trees Unlimited ........................260-248-2733SiteOne Landscape Supply ..................317-770-8950Snider Recreation, Inc .......................... 440-877-9151Stone Center of Indiana ....................... 317-849-9100Studebaker Nurseries ..........................937-405-5588Syngenta .................................................317-431-3318Techo-Bloc Midwest Corp. .................. 877-832-4625TenBarge Seed Co., Inc ........................ 812-768-6157Tiffany Lawn & Garden ........................ 317-654-5105Tri State Foliage .......................................513-42-0644Turfco ..................................................... 763-785-1000Twixwood Nursery LLC ........................269-471-7408Unilock ...................................................630-892-9191Wehrkamp Enterprises, Inc ................ 419-678-8666West Side Tractor Sales ........................ 317-544-3411Woody Warehouse Nursery ................317-994-5487

    Trade Show Scheduleset uP

    tuesday, January 310:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Late arrivals must register with IGE office (317-889-2382) prior to move in.

    wednesday, January 4 6:30 am – 7:30 am

    show hourswednesday, January 4

    10:00 am – 5:00 pm

    thursday, January 59:00 am – 1:00 pm

    exhibitor Move outthursday, January 5

    1:00 – 8:00 pm

    booths still available! call 800-443-7336 and reserve yours!

    blue grass farms of indiana, inc. www.bluegrassfarms.net

    Corporate Sponsor

    Exhibitors

    Conference Hotel westin indianapolis

    241 W. Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204

    317-262-8100• Reservationsareavailableonlineat:

    https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/indi-anagreenexpo2017

    • Ifcontactingthehoteldirectly,askforthe “Indiana Green Expo rate.”

    • Rate:$105single/double;$125t;$135q plus estimated taxes of 17%; early departure fees may apply

    • ReservationDeadline:5:00pm,12/9/16

    Staying at the IGE Headquarter Hotel is important to the success of the overall event and each participat-ing not-for-profit organization.

    parking • StreetMetersareavailableupto2hours

    for$2.Metersnowtakecreditcards,however they have new restrictions.

    • Orvisitthefollowingwebsitesfordown-town parking maps. Parking prices vary from$10to$26perday.Websites: www.visitindy.com or www.icclos.com

    Conference locationIndiana Convention Center — Hall B100 South Capitol, Indianapolis, IN 46225

    Maps & directions visit www.icclos.com

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  • complete and return to:Indiana Green ExpoPO Box 2285 West Lafayette, IN 47996-2285

    Please complete the items below by typing or printing neatly OR register online. Company:_________________________________________________________________ Address___________________________________________________________________City____________________________________State _________ Zip Code ____________Phone___________________________________Fax_______________________________Membership (check all that apply): INLA MRTF None

    Registrationregistration also online at www.indianagreenexpo.com

    attendee namePlease include first and last names.List attendee email address below.

    (attach copies if more than 6 registrants)

    full registrationboth days of education plus show

    1-day registrationone-day educ. & show. check the day you will join us.

    student(of an

    accredited university)

    totalearly bird(register by november 30)

    Pre-registration (Postmarked between

    november 30 – december 14)

    early bird(register by november 30)

    Pre-registration (Postmarked between

    november 30 – december 14)

    Member Nonmember Member Nonmember Member$95Nonmember

    $125Member

    $115Nonmember

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    additional costs: attendee # from above inla/Mrtf Member (per person)nonmember

    (per person) # total

    Workshop A: Troubleshooting Golf Course Irrigation Systems (Tues. am) ** $70 $120

    Workshop B: Feeding Your Turf: Everything You Need to Know (Tues. am) $70 $120

    Workshop C: Developing Effective Weed Control Programs (Tues. am) $70 $120

    Workshop D: ICPI Concrete Paver Installer Course (Jan 3 & 4) $280 ICPI Members Only $350

    Workshop E: Bee Keeping (Tues. am) $70 $120

    Workshop F: Starting Off On The Right Foot: Tree Installation, etc. (Tues. am) $70 $120

    Workshop G: Stepping into a Leadership Role (Asst.Turf Managers only Tues. pm) $35 $120

    Workshop H: The Basics of Pond Management (Tues. pm) $70 $120

    Workshop I: Pollinator Conservation in Urban Landscapes (Tues. pm) $70 $120

    Workshop J: Indiana Accredited Horticulturalist Review and Test (Tues. pm) * $35 $120

    Workshop K: Pesticide Applicator Training (CORE) (Wed.) (Must register through The Education Store @ 765-494-6794)

    Workshop L: Basic Turf Training (Thurs.) $70 $120

    TRADESHOWONLYPASSES—First4peopleare$30/ea,the5th+are$20/ea. (Only applies if all are from the same company)

    $30 $30

    LunchatWednesday’sTradeShow(save$5now—$20onsite) $15 $15

    INLA Reception (Wed., 5:00 pm, Convention Center) FREE – RSVP here

    MRTF Reception (Wed., 5:00 pm, Convention Center) FREE – RSVP here

    INLA Membership — complete application on back of this page see chart on back

    MRTF Membership — complete application on back of this page $160

    total amount due $

    Office Use

    Date Rcvd: _________________

    Check/PO#: _______________

    $ Amt.: ____________________

    If for any reason you are unable to attend, all registration fees will be considered a donation to the MRTF and INLA, not-for-profit organizations.

    * Contact INLA office for certification program registrations at an additional cost — 800-443-7336.

    ** Workshop A will be held at Automatic Supply, 116 Shadowlawn Drive, Fishers, IN 46038. Workshop registrants will pick up their name badges at the workshop.

    early bird registration deadline: november 30, 2016Mailed pre-registration deadline: december 14, 2016online pre-registration deadline: december 19, 2016

    Must be postmarked by this date to receive reduced rates.

    rates after deadlines above: Members: $150 / nonmember: $195

    ORPay by credit card:Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express are accepted at https://www.regonline.com/2017indianagreenexpo

    complete and fax to:765-496-6335

    Questions call:765-494-8039

    OR

    Indiana Green Expo 2017 nEW

    http://www.indianagreenexpo.comhttps://www.regonline.com/2017indianagreenexpo

  • indiana nursery and landscaPe association (inla) MeMbershiP

    sign up my company for:_____ active Member: Any individual, partnership or corporation engaged in

    a business or profession closely allied to the nursery industry or who is actively engaged in a wholesale/retail nursery business or actively engaged in a landscape/maintenance business who majority of business is nursery related within the state of Indiana. (See fee chart below.)

    _____ associate Member: Any individual, partnership or corporation engaged in a business or profession closely allied to the nursery industry or any indi-vidual, partnership or corporation based outside the state of Indiana who is engagedinthenurseryindustry.$175.00

    _____ affiliate Member: Any individual who is not directly engaged in the nursery industry but who holds a position in education, research, literature, public office or civil service or community group engaged in horticulture activitiesoranyretiredactivemembers.$55.00

    active Member schedule of dues (Based on the volume of business done in the previous year.)Class A .........$1,000,000plus ............................ $340.00Class B .........$500,000to$1,000,000 .............. $275.00Class C .........$250,000to$500,000 ................. $210.00Class D .........$0to$250,000 ............................. $175.00

    associate Member ..........$175.00

    affiliate Member............. $55.00

    To download the complete application visit www.inla1.org or contact them at: Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association 7915 S. Emerson Ave., #247, Indianapolis, IN 46237 Ph: 800-443-7336

    Midwest regional turf foundation (Mrtf) MeMbershiP

    MRTF is a 501(C)3 non-profit committed to the support of turfgrass research and education at Purdue University for the betterment of the turf industry in Indiana, the Midwest, and the nation. sign up my company for:

    _____ MRTF Membership .................$160

    To download the complete application, visit www.mrtf.org or contact MRTF at: Midwest Regional Turf Foundation PO Box 2285, West Lafayette, IN 47996 Ph: 765-494-8039

    Please complete the following and PRINT CLEARLY. For more than one new member, please make copies of this form.

    Name __________________________________________________________

    Company _______________________________________________________

    Address _________________________________________________________

    City ___________________________________________________________

    State _____________________________________

    Zip ______________________________________

    Phone (______) _____________________________________________

    Fax (______) _______________________________________________

    Email _____________________________________________________

    Amountenclosed$___________

    include this application along with payment and your completed indiana green expo registration form to: Indiana Green Expo, PO Box 2285, West Lafayette, IN 47996-2285

    sessions attended 2 3a 3b 5 6 7a rtAll Lawn Care Sessions 2 2 9.5 2 4.75 2 4All Golf Turf Sessions 1 1 10 1 1 1 4Sports Turf Sessions 2 2 6.75 2 2 2 4All Plant Materials Sessions 2 2 2All Installation/Maintenance Sessions 7 7.5 2 2 2 2 4Production (Thursday) 1 2 1 1 2Vegetation Management (Wednesday) 2 2 2 2 5 2 4Spanish Session (Wednesday) 1 1 2Tree Care (Thursday) 1 1 1Turf One Day (Wednesday) 1 1 4.5 1 2.75 1 4Turf One Day (Thursday) 1 1 5.75 1 2 1 4Nursery/Landscape One Day (Wednesday) 5 6 4Nursery/Landscape One Day (Thursday) 5 7.5 2 2 2 2 4Workshop B: Turf Nutrient Management Plans 3 3Workshop C: Effective Weed Control Programs 3 3 3Workshop F: Tree Installation/Bed Prep 3 3Workshop G: Decision Maker/Leadership Role 1 1Workshop H: Basic of Pond Management 3 3Workshop L: Basic Turf Training 5 4

    Education CreditsAll programs are eligible for Indiana Accredited Horticulturist (IAH) and Landscape Industry Certified (CLT-E) continuing education units (CEUs).

    Other continuing education units requested from this program include:• AmericanSocietyofLandscapeArchitects

    (ASLA)•GolfCourseSuperintendentsAssociationof

    America (GCSAA)• InterlockingConcretePavementInstitute(ICPI)• InternationalSocietyofArboriculture(ISA)• MasterGardener• NationalConcreteMasonryAssociation(NCMA)• PesticiderecertificationcreditsforMichigan,

    Ohio, and Kentucky can be made available by advanced request. Call 765-494-8039.

    Show schedule presented in this brochure is subject to minor changes prior to show. Any changes will be posted on www.IndianaGreenExpo.com.

    total CCh’s requested from the office of the Indiana state Chemist

    * CCH totals include attendance at the Opening Session from 8:30-11:00 am on Wednesday, January 4.

    Membership get member pricing for the indiana green expo by joining one of these organizations. simply fill out the appropriate section for the inla or Mrtf and add your membership fee to the registration form on the other side.

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  • OFFICE USE ONLY

    Member: _____________________

    Check/P.O. #: __________________

    Date Rcvd: ____________________

    Payment Rcvd: ________________

    Please type or print neatly: (as you would like it on signage, promotional materials and show program listing)

    u Company Name: _______________________________________________________________________ Contact Person: _______________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________ State: ________ Zip: _______________ Phone: ________________________________ Toll Free #: ___________________________ FAX: ________________________________ Email: ________________________________ Website: _____________________________ Member: __INLA __MRTF (check all that apply)

    Description of products and services: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________

    v Exhibit Space: Number of Booths: _______ Tiered pricing based on location. See trade floor map at http://indianagreenexpo.com/

    (Hall B) V= Value (green) / S= Standard (blue) / P = Premium (red) / C = Corner (yellow)

    Booth Pricing

    INLA/MRTF members Nonmembers

    Tiers V S P V S P

    1 booth $525 $625 $725 $635 $735 $835

    2 booths $500 $600 $700 $610 $710 $810

    3 booths $475 $575 $675 $585 $685 $785

    4 + booths $465 $565 $665 $575 $675 $775

    Corner Booths (C) $800 $850

    w Booth Location Preference (refer to floor plan—subject to change):

    1)___________ 2)___________ 3)___________ 4)___________ 5)___________

    Corner booths are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    x Additional requests regarding booth location (near other companies, away from other companies, etc)

    ______________________________________________________

    y Signature: _____________________________________________

    Email: _________________________________________________

    (Sign and mail. Provide email of primary contact for booth.)

    z Total Amount Due: $_________________

    To Reserve Booth Space: The balance of the booth cost is due by September 15, 2016. Any exhibitor not complying with the specified payment schedule forfeits all rights, claims, and reservations to the booths.Cancellations: Cancellations after September 15, 2016 will forfeit all payments.

    Make all checks payable to Indiana Green Expo (IGE) or charge:

    ___MasterCard ___Visa ___Discover ___Amex

    Card Number _____________________________________________________

    Expires _____________________ 3-digit security code ________________

    Billing Address ____________________________________________________

    City, State, Zip _____________________________________________________

    Authorized Signature _______________________________________________

    Mail contract to: Indiana Green Expo, 3596 Linkside Court, Carmel, IN 46032

    Ph: 800-443-7336 • [email protected] • www.mrtf.org • www.IndianaGreenExpo.com

    ***MAKE COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS BEFORE SENDING ***

    Reserve your booth by 12/10/16 to be included in the IGE Show Program!IGE 2017 Exhibit Booth Contract

    Setup: Tuesday, January 3, 2017 Trade Show: Wednesday & Thursday, January 4 & 5, 2017 Location: Hall B, Indiana Convention Center 100 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46225

    Booth price includes: • 10’ x 10’ booth space • Back draped wall 8’ high and side rails 36” high and 10’ long • Identifying sign, and two booth personnel badges • Promotional brochure listing, website listing, and show program

    listing (if deadlines are met)• Assistance with move-in/out.

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  • Planning for Future Success

    Future Success

    Success

    January 3-5 • Indiana Convention Center

    Educational Program & Trade Show | January 3-5 www.IndianaGreenExpo.com

    Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

    PO Box 2285, West Lafayette, IN 47996-2285 www.IndianaGreenExpo.com

    Presented by:

    Corporate Sponsor

    Indiana Green Expo 2017

    Business LeadersGarden Centers

    Landscape ManagementGolf Course Superintendents

    Turf ManagersGrounds Managers

    Lawn Care ProfessionalsArborists

    Landscape ArchitectsDesigners

    Wholesale GrowersGreenhouse Growers

    EducatorsTurf Producers

    Extension EducatorsCollege & High School Students Interested in the Green Industry

    Vegetation ManagementMaster Gardeners

    Garden ClubsPesticide Applicators

    Government Agencies

    Who Should attend?

    Register Early & Saveearly bird registration deadline: november 30, 2016Mailed pre-registration deadline: december 14, 2016online pre-registration deadline: december 19, 2016

    NEW — Best Value! EaRly BIRD REGISTRaTION:

    November 30

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