Clarksville Research Center
The Clarksville Horticultural Experiment Station is located in the major fruit belt of West Michigan. Just outside of Grand Rapids it is has an excellent location for growing fruits, vegetables and agronomic crops. The station’s main purpose is to do fundamental and applied research and provide extension demonstrations for Michigan’s fruit industry. The 440-acre station has many projects that are designed to make Michigan’s fruit and other agricultural industries more efficient and profitable. The Clarksville Horticultural Experiment Station was purchased in 1974 and became fully operational in 1989. It was developed by special appropriation from the Michigan Legislature.
For more information, please visit http://agbioresearch.msu.edu/centers/clarksville
- 9302 Portland Road Clarksville, Michigan 48815