The Texas A&M Plant Growth and Phenotyping Facility
The Texas A&M Plant Growth and Phenotyping Facility houses the Borlaug Center for Southern Crop Improvement and the Automated Precision Phenotyping Greenhouse.
The facility utilizes advanced sensors, robotics, big data and controlled environment technology in a revolutionary new imaging system to precisely study agricultural crops.
Requesting greenhouse space
Researchers interested in conducting studies in the Automated Precision Phenotyping Greenhouse or the Borlaug Center for Southern Crop Improvement, please fill out a space request form, or learn more about available facilities.
Technology and big data supporting Texas agriculture
Mission and impact of the Texas A&M Plant Growth and Phenotyping Facility
Conduct big data collection and analysis among agricultural crop plants, and engage in advanced genomics to accelerate plant growth and breeding techniques.
Advancing researcher studies through high-tech systems, and assisting Texas farmers in better understanding crops and growing methods to bolster Texas agriculture
These Texas A&M entities contribute to the work and scope of the Texas A&M plant growth and phenotyping facility