Los Alamos de ROSAUER

Founded in 1920, LARSA is operated by the second and third generations of the Rosauer family. It’s located in the high valley of Neuquen and Rio Negro Provinces. Covering 50,000 hectares, this region is the main production area of pip and stone fruits in Argentina. Favorable weather and soil conditions along with irrigation make it perfect for this type of fruit.

LARSA is well known in domestic and foreign markets mainly as a fruit tree and rose bush nursery. Also for production, packing, cooling and fruit commercialization.

LARSA devotes 250 hectares to nursery fruit trees and rose bushes with 250 in orchard. Among 350 employees, there is a specialized group of professionals, technicians and rural workers. On about 20 hectares, research and development of new plant varieties takes place along with new growing techniques.

Annual production is one million fruit trees where apples represent 65%, pears 20% and stone fruit 15%. 300,000 rose bushes are produced along with 500,000 cartons of apples and pears.

To face the new globalization situation, LARSA has placed itself strategically as a result of its participation in AIGN® and the subscribing of important agreements for experimentation and commercial representation in well-known nurseries in all the continents.

The Associated International Group of Nurseries (AIGN®) aids in moving the fruit tree industry into the 21st century.

Associated International Group of Nurseries, Inc.
PO Box 3203
Union Gap, WA 98903

Office: 1-(509)-248-4315
Fax: 1-(509)-248-4421