The agrobiological station forms an educational and experimental foundation for training sessions and field trips with students of the Biology and Chemistry Department and the Agricultural Department (internal and correspondence divisions). It also serves as a resource for GASU teachers, post-graduate students, and students conducting scientific research.
The agrobiological research station provides the corresponding university departments with natural hand-out and demonstration materials.
∙ Vegetable growing;
∙ Department of berries and horticultures; ∙ Department of biology techniques;
∙ Collection site; ∙ Decorative department;
∙ Department of rare and disappearing plants; ∙ Collection of herbs;
∙ Collection of forage crops; ∙ Botanical site (tree nursery).
The maintenance, direction, and volume of work of each department of the agrostation is defined by the curricula and research work plans of the corresponding departments: plant growing, agrochemistry and protection of plants, botany, phytophysiology, as well as characteristics of agricultural production.
The GASU arboretum occupies a territory of 2,5 hectares. There are two large alleys in the
site center: birch and oak. There are 4 centers in the tree nursery: Altai, European, Far East, and North American. There are more than 100 kinds of trees, gymnospermous and floral bushes, and also twisted plants. They unite 46 sorts, 21 families and 2 departments: the department of gymnospermous and the department of angiospermous. The arboretum also has about 300 kinds of natural flora and 50 kinds of decorative-blossoming plants.