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Agrobiological station

The agrobiological station forms an educational and experimental foundation for training sessions and students’ field practices. It also serves as a resource for GASU teachers, post-graduate students, and scientific researchers and provides the corresponding university departments with natural hand-out and demonstration materials.

The agrobiological station has an area of 38,6 hectares and includes the following sectors: 

  • Vegetable growing sector;

  • Sector of berries and horticultures;

  • Sector of biology techniques;

  • Decorative sector;

  • Sector of rare and disappearing plants;

  • Botanical site (tree nursery).

The maintenance, direction, and volume of work of each sector are 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.

In 4 sectors of the nursery - Altai, European, Far East, and North American - there are more than 100 tree species, gymnosperms, floral bushes, and also twinning plants. They unite 46 genera, 21 families and 2 groups: gymnosperms and angiosperms. The arboretum also has about 300 species of natural flora and more than 50 species of decorative-flowering plants.


Updated 07.10.2019 by N. Yurkova