Pee Dee REC Pitner Building

Welcome to the Pee Dee REC

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.


Drought resistant soybeans

Clemson researchers working to develop drought tolerant soybeans   more››

Field Day talk

Clemson collaborators continue efforts to revive ancient southern crops   more››

Butterbeans growing in the greenhouse

Clemson researcher trying to revive staple of southern supper tables   more››

Corn field at the Pee Dee REC

Digging into South Carolina's most pressing problems, Clemson PSA is Yielding solutions   more››

Dr. Rustgi working in the APT laboratory

Researcher uses innovative Clemson facilities to help develop gluten-busting wheat   more››


Clemson researchers receive grant to study growing the next generation of plant-based meats   more››

Dr. Francis Reay-Jones speaking at field day

Sugarcane aphids putting limits on South Carolina grain sorghum   more››

Dr. Bruce Martin surveying greens

Clemson turfgrass pathologist wins top national academic award   more››

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