For the commercialization of the results of scientific and scientific-technical activities at the Caspian State University of Technology and Engineering named after. Sh. Esenov, a multifunctional greenhouse “YESSENOV JYLYJAY” was built. The greenhouse was launched in the spring of 2019. The greenhouse was built using the latest technology for year-round operation. The cultivation of vegetables and berries is provided by full drip irrigation and a hydroponic system.
High-quality cucumbers and tomatoes, sweet peppers, Italian Alba strawberries are grown in the greenhouse. Currently, green vegetables (arugula, broccoli, lettuce, spinach, radishes, etc.), cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes, as well as flowers are grown in the greenhouse. The work of “YESSENOV JYLYJAY” covers three areas:
The first direction is the training of specialists who will develop the future agro-industrial complex in the Mangistau region, the development of research skills and culture among students. Biology students at Yessenov University spend a year doing research in the greenhouse for their dissertations. In 2019, at the faculty of “Pedagogy” of the Department of Natural Science, specializing in Biology, 9 students (bachelors) under the guidance of a candidate of biological sciences, professor Kozhamzharova L.S. defended their dissertations at a high level.
The second direction is “Practical issues of management and development of greenhouses in the climatic conditions of the Mangistau region” through the optimal use of innovative technologies and materials, the development of environmentally friendly products and profitability. Ecological innovations or “Green technologies” were used in a new direction aimed at solving environmental problems.  And the development and implementation of business plans for students at the university.
The third direction – this year, in order to improve the skills of students and young professionals in the specialties “YESSENOV JYLYJAY”, “Young florist (designer)”, “Fundamentals of hydroponics”, “Greenhouse” and others, it is planned to open courses and grow micro-greens and exotic fruits.