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Musser Fruit Farm

The Musser Fruit Research Center is an interdisciplinary research and demonstration facility dedicated to developing and disseminating knowledge for sustainable production in the Southeast. Most of Clemson’s peach research takes place at the Center, better known as Musser Farm located at Oconee Point in Seneca. The Center is a 240-acre fruit tree research farm with an excellent collection of commercial peach cultivars and related wild Prunus species. The farm includes nectarine, almond, apricot, plum, and cherry trees along with various interspecific hybrids.