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mza chitili seedling nursery greenhouse

Mza chitili  Seedling Nursery

tomato seedling

მზა ჩითილი • Mza Chitili 

At Mza Chitili, we are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality vegetable seedlings. Our greenhouse, located in Marneuli, Georgia, boasts 11,000 square meters of space, complete with modern infrastructure and expert staff. Our state-of-the-art automation ensures that our seedlings are grown in the best possible conditions to increase  productivity on your greenhouse or land. We grow seedlings in all seasons, enabling your garden to thrive throughout the year.

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It is designed for the production of grafted and straight seedlings in our modern 11,000 m2 greenhouse. We produce high-yield, high-quality seedlings by using the latest technological facilities such as reverse osmosis water filter system, automatic fertilization, automatic seeding, natural gas heating. We strongly recommend you to try our seedlings to increase your crop yield.

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Our products

- Usual seedlings

- Grafted seedlings







Grafted Seedlings

Grafted tomato seedling
Grafted Tomato Seedlings
Grafted Watermelon Seedlings
Grafted watermelon seedling. watermelon grafted to pumpkin
Seedling Keeping Recommendations
  • Boxes should not be kept on top of each other.

  • Seedlings should be stored in places with good light and ventilation.

  • Seedlings should be protected from cold damage.

  • The water status of the seedlings should be checked by squeezing the roots of the seedlings manually. If irrigation is required, the entire tray or a group of seedlings should be immersed in water placed in the tub so that the root neck and leaves of the seedlings do not get wet.

  • If there is more than one variety while waiting, care should be taken not to mix the varieties with each other.

  • If the holding period will be more than 1 day, the seedlings must be removed from their boxes and the spaces between the trays must be opened to provide air circulation.

Planting Recommendations


  • Planting beds should be cleared of weeds remaining from the previous crop and soil pesticide should be applied if necessary.

  • If greenhouse production is carried out, after removing the previous season's crop, it should be removed from the greenhouse area and care should be taken to ensure that the greenhouse area is cleared of weeds.

  • Following planting, salinity in the upper layers of the soil should be washed away with flood or sprinkler irrigation.

  • A planting bed that is free of clods and well leveled should be prepared. Planting should be done when the soil is in the appropriate temper. It is necessary to avoid planting in very dry or very wet soil.

  • Although it depends on the product range in cultivation, drip irrigation should mostly be preferred.

  • It is not recommended to use any herbicides during soil preparation.

  • Preferably, well-mature animal manure can be used before planting to improve the soil structure, facilitate root movement and accelerate soil adhesion.




  • Planting should not be done during hot hours. Care should be taken to do it early in the morning or in the cool of the evening.

  • Seedlings must be watered before planting. Before planting, abundant watering of the seedling while it is still in the viol is important in terms of facilitating emergence from the viol.

  • When removing the seedlings from the viol, they should be removed from the root collar parts without applying pressure or compression, being careful not to crush this part.

  • Planting should be done by holding the seedling upright with the help of both hands.

  • The roots of the seedling should not be bent, rotated or crushed with pressure.

  • Planting holes for seedlings should be opened in accordance with the root dimensions of the seedlings and should not be too narrow or too wide.

  • Depending on the soil structure, adequate irrigation must be provided after planting.

If a drip irrigation system is used in production, immediately after planting, the drip pipe should be positioned 3-4 cm away so that it does not come into contact with the seedling. In the later periods of the production period, the plant can be moved further away from the root neck.

Tomato seedlings in boxes
irrigating seedlings
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