The Production Horticulture Facility features four "hoop houses" (providing a controlled growth environment for plants) connected by a "head house" featuring a work area, soil and transplant area, and storage for tools and supplies. The combined facility is used as a production horticulture lab modeled directly after those within the horticulture industry. UMC horticulture students gain direct experience with the culture, care, and growth of commercial horticulture crops here.
The Production Horticulture Facility was constructed over the fall and winter of 1996-97. Horticulture students began using the April 17, 2008sota Legislature's 1995-96 allocation for construction of the Bergland Laboratory included the cost of construction for this facility.
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