Saidali Gulov is a professor of horticulture and vine breeding and the director of the Center for Advanced Training of the Agricultural Industry Complex at Tajik Agrarian University, named after Shirinshoh Shohtemur.
He is also a corresponding member of the Academy of Science of the Republic of Tajikistan. Gulov studies agro-technology as it applies to cultivation of citrus plants, the influence of mineral nutrition on growth, development and productivity of fruit crops, and intensive growing technology. In addition to Tajik, he uses Russian, German and Uzbek in his professional work.
Gulov has a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from the Ministry for General and Professional Education of the Russian Federation.
What do you like most about science?
Introduction of science into agricultural production.
Apricot and citrus fruit
Best thing about collaborating across borders?
The application of foreign fruit cultivation experiments to our local farms.