GH Agri 6 ha high-tech greenhouse
development project for tomatoes
The goal of the project is to produce agricultural products (mainly tomatoes as well as tulips as a complementary seasonal product) in the modern greenhouse that partially will substitute imported products and eventually create a possibility of exporting tomatoes throughout the Caucasian Region, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and even to some of EU countries, by using Dutch, Venlo-type greenhouse technology
2ha nursery development project for tomato
and capsicum indoor and outdoor
seedlings as a primary production
GH Agri envisages to establish a plant nursery in the region of Imereti, for the supply of high-quality planting materials to large, medium and subsistence farmers, home-garden growers, schools, municipalities and other interested parties.
HTDC IT Platform Development
All offered HTDC IT Platform services will be available online for farmers and potential Agri-investors from Georgia. Certain services will be applicable for farmers and potential Agri-investors, professionals in/from Caucasia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and even Europe.
Horticultural educational and vocational training ToT & ToF program from Bilancia
Outdoor production with processing and canning line for tomatoes and capsicum
Generally, modern, high-technology tomato nurseries, combined with indoor and outdoor production possibilities attached to the efficient processing and canning operations, can greatly enhance effectiveness and productivity while planning tomato full production chain in Imereti region, Georgia.
GH Agri plans to develop the full production chain for tomatoes
Greenhouse Project Equity Investment
Due to a lack of agricultural knowledge, relevant experience, access to modern technologies, international suppliers, qualified consultancy services, vocational training possibilities etc., farmers carry out their seasonal farming activities in simple, low – tech, energy inefficient greenhouses, with no heating, and/or automatic irrigation systems etc. and would like to jointly develop up to 4,000m2 located at the two (2) available land plots with the intention to convert existing simple production facilities to the modern, high productivity, all year round production greenhouse facilities.
Capsicum Trial Production Project
The Yellowbird, Samander, and Lotta Capsicum Trial project aims to evaluate the growth, productivity, and overall performance of three different varieties of capsicum peppers: Yellowbird, Samander, and Lotta. The trial is designed to assess the suitability of these varieties for cultivation in Imereti region, Georgia or under specific growing conditions (indoor, outdoor, in the soil or pots etc.) available at 4 different HTDC Class B member farmers’ (Kopitnari IDP Settlement, Cooperative Mukhiani, LTD Begi and LTD Adina) production sites.