Research in plant physiology, genetics, plant breeding, pest management, fruit and vegetable crops, arboriculture, and floriculture are hallmarks of Clemson environmental horticulture program.
Clemson's 17,500-acre Experimental Forest is a living laboratory for SAFES forestry and wildlife biology students and researchers.
Clemson's programs in Soils and Sustainable Crop Systems, Agribusiness, Agricultural Mechanization and Agricultural Education make use of several cutting edge research facilities and are geared towards ensuring South Carolina's $34 billion agricultural industry plays a key role in meeting the food demands of growing global population.
Clemson maintains several turfgrass research plots for use by turfgrass management students and researchers. Greenskeepers, athletic field managers and turfgrass industry professionals rely on Clemson turfgrass researchers to help solve industry problems.
Farmers, extension agents, and students learn about cutting-edge sustainable farming systems at Clemson's Student Organic Farm, a 15-acre working organic farm and experiential teaching center dedicated to researching profitable, practical sustainable farming techniques.
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