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STUDENTS TAKE PRACTICAL LESSONS AT THE TRAINING AREA.

Vocational Lyceum No. 81 has been cooperating since 2022 within the framework of the "Vegetable production" project implemented by the AVEP public fund.

With the support of the project, the training farm produced water, grew vegetables and corn for silage production.

"For two years, we have been using the vegetables grown in the teaching farm to prepare hot meals for Lyceum students and to prepare salads in winter.

Last year, the high cost of fodder was a problem for many, but we came out of the winter by feeding the animals in the training farm with the silage we prepared as part of the project.

This year, we plan to grow vegetables on 5 acres of land for schoolchildren's meals and corn on 50 acres of land to prepare silage. In addition, 1 court is growing strawberries on the demonstration site.

Pupils of the farmer group at the lyceum conducted practical lessons at the teaching farm, and their interest in the lesson increased. I believe that doing things with one's own hands is better than hearing a thousand things, and seeing them better than hearing a thousand things," says Bekkazieva Kayyrkul, director of the Vocational Lyceum.

This project is financed by the International Seed Fund (SPI - Seed Programs International) and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

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This project is financed by the Seed Program International (SPI), and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

 

IMPORTED STRAWBERRY VARIETIES WILL BE GROWED IN THE TONSKY DISTRICT

As part of the “Vegetable Growing” project, demonstration plots for growing strawberries of the Albion and Monterey varieties, imported from Italy and Turkey, were organized in the villages of Shor-Bulak, Eshperov and Bokonbaev, Ton district. Today, seedlings are being planted. Members of the group created as part of the project were also provided with strawberry seedlings. It is planned to conduct practical classes on growing strawberries for group members at the demonstration sites.

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This project is financed by the Seed Program International (SPI), and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

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WITH THE ARRIVAL OF SPRING, THE PROJECT WORK STARTED INTENSIVELY

As part of the “Vegetable growing” project, the public foundation “AVEP” provided vegetable and corn seeds, as well as strawberry seedlings, to farmer groups.

Albion and Monterey strawberry varieties imported from Italy and Turkey were given to members of farmer groups in the villages of Eshperov and Shor-Bulak. In the villages of Bokonbaev, Tort-Kul, Kara-Koo, which have been working in the project for the second year, corn seeds and fertilizers were supplied.

This year, seeds of 16 types of vegetable crops were transferred to farmer groups created in the villages of Ak-Sai, Tuura-Suu, Kara-Suu.

As usual, in each direction, demonstration sites were organized and investments were planned. For example, a drip irrigation system with all the necessary equipment and a film that can be laid under the strawberries were installed on the strawberry demonstration plots. Film and starters are also supplied for making silage. The necessary gardening tools, a drip irrigation system and a tank were provided to the vegetable demonstration plots.

The vocational school №81, which works as a partner in the project, was given the above-mentioned strawberry seeds and seedlings and organized demonstration plots in 3 areas; they were also supplied with the necessary investments. With the arrival of spring, the work of the project began intensively.

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This project is financed by the Seed Program International (SPI), and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

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THE PROJECT IS EXPANDING TO ADDITIONAL VILLAGES.

The "Vegetable Production" project is continuing its activities in 3 directions with 8 villages of Tong district and Vocational School #81 this year. In particular: Cultivation and propagation of vegetable crops, cultivation of corn, preparation of silage at home and animal feeding, cultivation and propagation of new varieties of strawberries.

Vocational School #81 as a partner with the AVEP public fund will organize demonstration plots and provide training to farmer groups within the framework of the project.

On April 12, a project introduction seminar was held in Bokonbaev village. The seminar was attended by members of woman farmer groups, teachers-masters of the Vocational School involved in the project, and the management of the AVEP public fund. During the seminar, the work to be performed within the framework of the project, the expected results were introduced, and work plans were developped.

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This project is financed by the Seed Program International (SPI), and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

 

There are a lot of people in Shor-Bulak village who want to buy silage.

In the village of Shor-Bulak, Ton district, the livestock fattening season has begun and corn silage has become the main topic. There are a lot of people who want to buy corn silage. 15 members of the vegetable growing group “Shor-Bulak AVEP”, who prepared the silage, discussed and decided to divide the feed among themselves.

“Corn was big news in our village. As part of the “Growing Vegetables” project, we planted corn on 1.5 hectares. Despite water shortages and drought last year, we received a total of 25-27 tons of silage. Now many people ask, do you sell silage? But we prepared it for ourselves,” says Bakytbek Mamyraliev, a member of the Shor-Bulak AVEP vegetable growing group.

In 2023, this group was the community that prepared the largest number of bunkers as part of the project and prepared 1 hectare of subglacial fallow land to continue work in the spring. If the same quality corn seeds are found as last year, the planting area will be expanded in the spring.

The Shor-Bulak AVEP group of 15 people grew vegetables in 2022. In this work they gained great experience and reaped a good harvest, sufficient for family consumption.

“From the project we learned what vegetables to grow in what place and what fertilizers to apply. This year we planted vegetables little by little. Village residents are convinced of the usefulness of silage and are interested in growing corn for silage,”- said group member Chinar Toktonalieva.

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The project “Vegetable Growing” is financed by the International Seed Fund (SPI - Seed programs International) and is implemented by the public foundation “AVEP”.

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