The College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS) provides education, research and outreach in agriculture, forestry and natural resources; food and packaging science; and the biomedical sciences.
Cooperative Extension improves South Carolina’s economy, environment and prosperity by delivering unbiased research-based information to the citizens of South Carolina.
Clemson’s six research and education centers provide science-based solutions that directly support South Carolina’s $42 billion agribusiness industry.
Clemson experts warn South Carolina vegetable growers to watch for white mold
Clemson experts report strong 2018 South Carolina cotton outlook
Clemson experts warn South Carolina peanut farmers of possible excess supply
Clemson celebrates 50 years of research at Baruch Institute
Livestock-Poultry Health protects animal health through control of endemic, foreign, and emerging diseases in livestock and poultry, and food safety through a comprehensive inspection system of meat and poultry products.
PSA reaches South Carolinians through facilities including the South Carolina Botanical Garden and T. Ed Garrison Arena, and programming such as “Making it Grow” and “Expeditions.”
South Carolina Botanical Garden announces Lunch and Learn Series
S.C. Botanical Garden announces 2018 Winter Lecture Series
Clemson experts: Plants, too, need protection from the cold
Clemson geology museum temporarily closed due to winter weather damage
Regulatory Services ensures the safe and legal use of pesticides, quality of fertilizer and lime, certification of seed purity and germination, prevention and control of plant pests, and certification of greenhouse and nursery plants as pest-free.
Beware boxwood blight-infected holiday wreaths
Annual boll weevil meeting scheduled for South Carolina cotton farmers
State imposes emergency quarantine on invasive insect, ash wood and firewood
State quarantine being prepared for movement of ash wood and wood products