The Plants for Human Health Institute operates three research greenhouses andeight growth chambers. Use of these facilities has included strawberry breeding and disease screening, broccoli breeding, screening natural pesticides for phytotoxicity and growing crops as varied as oats, wheat, rice, Arabidopsis and turf.
N.C. State researchers have first priority use of the available space, but space is also available for other educational institutions, corporate partners and private industry. Daily oversight of plant care needs and facility maintenance are provided.
For more information about available space and lease rates, contact Greenhouse Operations Technician Doug Vernon.