Super-intensive gardens are divided into 5 hectares in the “Vahdat National Garden” (Tajikistan)


Super-intensive gardens are divided into 5 hectares in the “Vahdat National Garden” (Tajikistan)

04/07/2020

In a new super-intensive garden, up to 2220 seedlings are placed on each hectare of land

On the territory of the State Institution “National Garden of Vahdat” in Babacan, Gafurovsky District (Tajikistan), an super-intensive garden is laid out on an area of ​​5 hectares. There are planted seedlings of apple, pear, apricot, peach brought to the republic from other countries and adapted to the soil and climatic conditions of Tajikistan.

All trees are stunted, and the efficiency of super-intensive gardens, according to employees of the State Institution “National Garden” Vahdat “, is much higher than intensive and especially traditional ones. In the new super-intensive garden, up to 2220 seedlings are placed on each hectare of land.

It is expected that starting from the third year the trees of the super-intensive garden will begin to bear fruit, and in the fifth year they will give a plentiful harvest.

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Employees of the institution plan in the future from each hectare of the garden to receive from 20 to 25 tons of quality fruit. Most of the products will be destined for export. That is why varieties of fruit trees are planted in the new garden, which are in special demand among buyers in world markets. On the area of ​​0.67 hectares, apples of the Golden Delicious, Star Crimson varieties are cultivated, on the area of ​​0.46 hectares – Santa Maria pears, on the area of ​​1.76 hectares – nectarine, American peaches, the rest of the area new orchards planted with apricots of local varieties.

Watering the new garden is carried out by the method of aboveground and underground drip irrigation.

“National Garden of Wahdat” is one of the largest in the republic. It was founded 12 years ago and today covers an area of ​​631 hectares. According to the director of the Vakhdat National Garden State Institution Tolibjon Khasanov, apricots are grown on the territory of the garden on an area of ​​364 hectares, peaches on 48 hectares, apples on 35 hectares, sweet cherries on 5 hectares, plums on 12 hectares and over 15 hectares of vineyards. Last year, an intensive garden on 10 hectares was laid, and now it is superintensive on another 5 hectares.

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