Pee Dee Research and Education Center

Mowing at the Pee Dee REC with the Good Year blimp flying in the background after Darlington Race weekend.

The Pee Dee Research & Education Center (REC) is a 2,300 acre tract of land situated in Florence and Darlington counties. The Center is home to top-quality research in areas that are of particular importance to South Carolina residents. It is an integral part of Clemson University's Public Service activities including the Agricultural Research and Forestry system and the Cooperative Extension Service with twelve resident faculty and fifty support personnel.

Pee Dee REC Administration Building

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Dr. Ye and Charles Parker

Clemson Researcher Studies Organic Agriculture Soil Changes  more››

Research Sorghum in Greenhouse

Clemson Rejoins Forces with Collaborative Group and Kick-start Small Grains Program  more››

Fall Armyworm

Clemson Researcher Studying Sorghum's Resistance to Fall Armyworm  more››

Dr. Rustgi

Clemson Research Focuses on Bringing Relief to Celiac Disease Suffers  more››

Zoong Doing Lipid Extractions in the Lab

Clemson Researchers Closer to Developing Heat-tolerant Soybeans  more››

Dr. Ye

Clemson Soil Scientist Recognized For Scholarship with Early-Career Award  more››

Graduate House

Road trips & research: Graduate housing gives Clemson the power   more››


Price swings and new disease put strain on SC cotton growers   more››