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Plant Materials Program Activities in 2021

Bridger Plant Materials Center staff collecting data for a varietal study in Bridger, Montana.Plant Materials Centers publish an annual report to summarize significant Plant Materials related activities within a calendar year.  The report provides information on new plant materials developments, studies and the results of activities or studies.  As a whole, the reports can serve as a gauge of what resource needs are predominant in a particular area of the country and/or provide an illustration of the breadth of activities that occur at Plant Materials Centers.  Further information on individual studies or activities in a report can often be found in links within the report or on the center’s webpage.  Please contact Plant Materials Specialists at NRCS National Technology Support Centers with any questions. 

National Plant Materials Program

Arkansas - Booneville Plant Materials Center

Arizona - Tucson Plant Materials Center

California - Lockeford Plant Materials Center

Florida - Brooksville Plant Materials Center

Georgia - Jimmy Carter Plant Materials CenterPasture and hayland study plots at the Appalachian Plant Materials Center in Alderson, West Virginia.

Hawaii - Hoolehua Plant Materials Center

Idaho - Aberdeen Plant Materials Center

Maryland - Norman A. Berg National Plant Materials Center

Michigan - Rose Lake Plant Materials Center

Missouri - Elsberry Plant Materials Center

Mississippi - Jamie L. Whitten Plant Materials Center

Montana - Bridger Plant Materials Center

North Dakota - Bismarck Plant Materials Center

New Jersey - Cape May Plant Materials Center

New Mexico - Los Lunas Plant Materials Center

New York - Big Flats Plant Materials Center

Nevada - Great Basin Plant Materials Center

Oregon - Corvallis Plant Materials Center

Texas - E. "Kika" de la Garza Plant Materials Center

Texas - James E. "Bud" Smith Plant Materials Center

Texas - East Texas Plant Materials Center

Washington - Pullman Plant Materials Center

West Virginia - Appalachian Plant Materials Center