NCSU Greenhouse Space Available 

December 15, 2014

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 […]

NCSU Opens Greenhouse Complex

August 09, 2012

NC State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) is operating a $340,000 greenhouse complex on Glenn Avenue about a mile from the NCRC. The complex  strengthens  NCSU’s infrastructure at the NCRC, creating about 10,000 square feet of additional space for plant trials and fostering relationships with business and campus partners that can rent space for […]