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Getting Maximum Yield from an Indoor Gardening Expo Trade Show

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As the hydroponics industry grows increasingly successful, more and more indoor gardening expo opportunities present themselves for those of us seeking maximum yield from our hydroponics urban garden.

But sometimes you go to one of these indoor gardening expo or trade show events, perhaps after traveling a long distance to get there, and yet you come away without the maximum yield urban garden knowledge you seek.

Looks to me like there are indoor gardening expo events in San Francisco, Montreal, Denver and Long Beach, along with some in Vancouver.

Fortunately, you can find out ahead of time whether it’s worth your time and money to go to an indoor gardening trade show expo.

To ensure the value of your visit, the first thing you do is visit the indoor gardening expo homepage and check out the list of sponsors and/or vendors.

Sometimes the indoor gardening expo will list all the exhibitors. Other times it’s just a bunch of logos from various hydroponics companies.

The reason you check the indoor gardening expo exhibitor list is so you know if the show has the kind of hydroponics equipment and hydroponics gardening supplies you’re most interested in.

But it’s not enough to see the logo of a hydroponics company. I’ve attended hydroponics indoor gardening trade shows all excited about meeting reps from a particular manufacturer, and found out that they decided not to be at the event.

If you’re really focused on meeting reps from only a handful of hydroponics companies, call the manufacturers ahead of time and ask them what they’re bringing to the indoor gardening expo. If it’s just a booth and a stack of brochures, who needs it?

Of course ask them if they are even going to really be there at all!

If you get to see their actual hydroponics equipment and supplies set up and running, and talk to experts about their gear, that’s probably worth a lot to you.

You also want to contact the indoor hydroponic gardening expo sponsor and find out what else will be at their event other than booths and vendors.

Maybe the indoor gardening expo sponsors will be offering seminars, other educational events, or door prizes that make their expo more useful for you.

Maybe the indoor gardening expo sponsors or vendors are having a raffle to give away some worthwhile hydroponics equipment or supplies that you can get for free if you win.

When you contact the hydroponics indoor gardening expo sponsors and/or exhibitors, it doesn’t hurt to ask them if there are special after-parties that you can get a pass to.

Legend has it that hydroponics growers are a wild crowd, and the parties might be life-changing…if you can remember them.

One other insider urban garden tip is that not all the best hydroponics equipment and supplies manufacturers will be participating in a specific indoor gardening expo, but they might be in town anyway, having their own alternative event.

If you’ve determined that there will be appropriate vendors at the indoor gardening expo, go there with a list of questions so you can hone in on the kind of information you need to make your indoor urban garden more cost-effective, fun and productive.

See the latest hydroponics gardening technology at indoor gardening expo events for maximum yield in your urban garden

And one other thing, make sure you find out which day(s) of the indoor gardening expo are open to the public. Most of these hydroponics expo events have a day for industry manufacturers and other businesspeople- and that day is closed to the public. Make sure to find out which day is for you as a hydroponics grower.

Now that you’re armed with the right strategies for getting maximum yield from an indoor hydroponic gardening expo and trade show, enjoy the events, and see you there.

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