IAZ Horticultural Training & Demo Center (HTDC) Pilot Project #2

In close cooperation with the Development Agencies, IFIs, and

the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture And Sport of Georgia

LLC IAZ is inviting Agri-input providers, to participate with IAZ (in cooperation with IFIs and Development Agencies) in developing the IAZ Horticultural Training & Demo Center (HTDC), at the IAZ Greenhouse Cluster Development Project Tskaltubo Site:

Ongoing Discussions with:

Phase 1

Phase 2

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High Tech (Total plot surface 148,830 m2)​

Middle Tech (Total plot surface 211,543 m2)

Low Tech (Total plot surface 225,845 m2)

Foil (Total plot surface 294,979 m2)

Nethouse (Total plot surface 73,222 m2)

Tunnel (Total plot surface 69,32 m2)

Horticultural Training & Demo Center (HTDC) Layout

Knowledge transfer of modern technologies, equipment & growth cultivation

   Audience:

  • Trainer of Trainers and Extensionists

  • Farmers

  • Managers and technical staff

  • Agricultural students

   Subjects:

  • Technical aspects of greenhouse production

  • Sustainable growth technology

  • Enterprise, labor management

  • Food safety

   Sustainability:

  • Donations of companies to present innovative technologies

  • Course fees

  • Production & Sales of harvest

  • Grant provision

 

 

=> HTDC: technical assistance and funding invited

Invitation to the Agri-Input Companies to Participate in Development of HTDC

The EOI invites international and local different technology greenhouse producers, equipment and other Agri input supplier companies, to participate in the IAZ Horticultural Training & Demonstration Centre (HTDC) development process by providing their own produce as show case samples to the IAZ Horticultural Training & Demonstration Centre (HTDC) and in the long run be able to benefit from: 
 

  • Presenting and selling their own products and services to up to 93 vegetable, herb, berry and flower producers at the IAZ Greenhouse Cluster Development project site in Tskaltubo and Baghdati municipalities of the Imereti region.

  • Presenting and selling their own products and services to the existing several thousands of farmers and cooperatives with up to 70% herb and the most vegetable, berry, and flower produce in Georgia.

  • Introducing their own products to the training programs and the trainees from regional markets, like: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, etc.