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- Eastern Virginia Agricultural Research and Extension Center
- Kentland College Farm
- Latham Hall
The Eastern Virginia Agricultural Research and Extension Center is the primary location for field research for the Small Grains Breeding Program and the Soybean Breeding Program. The EVAREC is located near Warsaw, VA.
Kentland Farm is the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is located near the VT campus and about 10 acres a year are planted there for both breeding programs. The Soybean Genomics Program also plants several acres here
Latham Hall is a state-of-the-art new building (opened July 2006) in the heart of the Virginia Tech campus. The three programs have three labs in Latham Hall located on the fifth floor.
Soybean Genomics Lab Crop Molecular Genetics Lab MAS Lab
Each program has dedicated greenhouse space at the Virginia Tech Greenhouse Complex next to the Hahn Horticulture Gardens. Research and pollinations take place in the greenhouses.
- CSES Agronomy Farm
The Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences Department Agronomy Farm facility is located off campus. The breeding programs process and store seed, and maintain equipment here. We have a cold room for long-term storage of seed.
- Virginia Crop Improvement Association Foundation Farm
Yield trials are planted at the Virginia Crop Improvement Association Foundation Seed Farm, which has irrigation capabilities.
- Other ARECS
Yield trials are also planted in cooperation with other ARECS around the state.