ⓘ Ulmu, Ialoveni
Ulmu is a settlement in Ialoveni District, Republic of Moldova. It is situated in the middle of the largest forest in Moldova, Codrii Moldovei. The soil of this zone, a type of chernozem, is favorable for various kinds of plantations. Currently, the most grown cultures are common for the central zone of Moldova, some of them are grapes, corn, cherry and sour cherry trees and many more. The Botna River, which crosses the village, is a tributary of the Nistru River. The river can dry out completely during summer months. The river doesnt cause floods, due to its low depth and pollution.
Ulmu is located strategically, at equal distances from Chisinau, and the Romanian border and other villages of the same district. Highway E581 built in the immediate vicinity.