Although Alma-Ata Teknik Tarım Limited is a company founded in 2006, Agricultural Engineer Atilla Kaplan started to work in an Italian Unifrutti fruit-vegetable packaging factory in 1993. He worked in Sunsezt and Sunora packaging and juice concentrate factories.
He worked as a founding engineer on dwarf fruit cultivation (apple, cherry, nectarine, grape) in Uni-agriculture, a subsidiary of Unifrutti, which was established on approximately 1000 decares of land in Turkey in 1996.
He is one of the partners of the Bodur Nursery Company, which was first established in Turkey in the 90s. Atilla Kaplan, who taught at Niğde University as a Horticultural Program lecturer for 8 years in 1998, has television programs, various courses, seminars and publications on dwarf fruit growing. There are international studies on the subject. He founded the first dwarf orchard and the first dwarf fruit nursery in this field in Turkey.
In order to better transfer these experiences that he has gained so far to those who want to invest in agriculture, his partner Ali Yaşar Çakılca and Alma-Ata Teknik Tarım San. ve Tic. Ltd. Sti. has established.
As Alma-Ata, they cultivate temperate climate fruit seedlings on an area of 1000 decares, certified, true to their name, free from diseases and pests, and grafted on dwarf and semi-dwarf rootstocks.
They provide support from planting to harvest in the gardens they create with their saplings. They continue to provide technical consultancy services in addition to the construction of the net cover system, drip irrigation system, tools and equipment, pollination services, fertilizers and pesticides.
Alma-Ata Teknik Tarım has been providing sapling supply, drip irrigation system and technical consultancy services to the Turkish States since 2010 and continues on its way as an important company in the export of saplings in Turkey.
Alma-Ata Teknik Tarım provides low operating costs, high yield per unit area, high-quality products, marketing advantages, sales at high prices and return of investment in a short time.
Whether it be Turkish agriculture, economy, your product be plentiful and fruitful.