TREE PROPAGATION

ATP has learned how to successfully plant
over 50 varieties of trees and shrubs across
11 regions of Armenia and Artsakh.

Our everyday work is geared toward improving the quality of the seedlings we plant and the productivity of our nurseries. Maintaining high quality while simultaneously increasing quantity requires an understanding of the original land, the opportunities presented by new technologies, and the evolutionary challenges presented by climate change and atmospheric conditions.

OUR COMMUNITY TREE PLANTING NURSERIES

phase-one
Karin Nursery

Established

1996

Location

ARAGATSOTN

Area

10.000 SQ.M.

Employees

12 (100% BAKU REFUGEES)

Trees and shrubs produced

519,000

Current seedlings

44,000

phase-one
Khachpar Nursery

Established

1999

Location

ARARAT

Area

13.000 SQ.M.

Employees

10 (100% ARTSAKH REFUGEES)

Trees and shrubs produced

450,000

Current seedlings

60,000

phase-one
Chiva Nursery

Established

2016

Location

VAYOTZ DZOR

Area

45.000 SQ.M.

Employees

8

Trees and shrubs produced

518,347

Current seedlings

27,000

BLUEBERRIES

MALACHA PEAR

DZMERUK PEAR

YEREVANI APRICOT

SATENI APRICOT

RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY

Priorities
  • Find ideal propagation methods
  • Determine the right time for sowing seeds and planting cuttings
  • Determine the ideal time for plantings based on biological features of the plants and delivery to planting sites
Key Methods​​​​​​​
  • Graft fruit tree seedlings
  • Use containers to ensure longevity
  • Use manure and crop rotation to enrich soil
  • Protect greenhouses and open areas from overheating and hail
  • Categorize the seeds for quality control