The Center for Advanced Microscopy, a Michigan State University Core Facility, is the central microscopy laboratory for the Michigan State University Campus.
The 440-acre CRC hosts research on small fruits and tree fruits as well as potatoes, chestnuts and a variety of other crops.
The 180 acre HTRC is located just south of campus in Holt, Michigan. The center meets the needs of field labs for outdoor classrooms as well as basic research.
These glass greenhouses are used primarily for teaching horticulture production classes.
The diagnostic clinic diagnoses plant problems caused by abiotic or biotic influences.
This facility maintains 199 growth chambers providing stringent temperature, light and humidity control.
This research center sits in the five-county northwestern region of Michigan that produces almost half of the U.S. supply of tart cherries.
Located near the corner of Farm Ln and Wilson Rd, the Plant Science Greenhouses are utilized by Horticulture faculty, as well as other departments for plant science research.
The Research Technology Support Facility at Michigan State University is a collection of five analytical facilities which provide the fundamental tools for modern life science research.
This lab provides teaching, research, and outreach support in analyzing soil and plant tissue samples for component and nutrient analysis.
This 350-acre facility is located in Berrien County, which is centered in the most horticulturally diverse region of the state. It houses research and educational projects on fruits, vegetables, and woody ornamentals.
The SOF is a 10-acre certified organic teaching and research farm that is also a working production farm.
The PBROC is dedicated to the safe deployment of plant biotechnological advancements to Michigan and the world.
Department of Horticulture