As part of the program for the development of the food belt of Turkestan, a demonstration site in horticulture is being built on an area of 400 hectares in the rural district of the Central city of Kentau for the subsequent dissemination of the experience gained among agricultural producers of the Turkestan region.

It is planned to plant about 200 thousand one-year-old plum seedlings on the territory of the gardens. The garden itself will be equipped with a drip irrigation system using modern and advanced Israeli technology.

Plums of the most juicy varieties, such as Black Splender, Black Dimond and Angeleno, will be grown here. The expected minimum yield under favorable climatic conditions from 1 ha of the garden, starting from the third year after planting, will be up to 20 tons of products per year. The garden will be able to reach its full production capacity for 7 years of operation.

It is planned that in the future the project will be expanded by building a fruit storage facility, sorting line and facilities for the production of direct-pressed juice. Today, on the territory of the project implemented by joint forces of JSC " SEC " Turkestan "and LLP" " work is in full swing to prepare the territory for the launch of the project.