Plant Growth Facilities
The Plant Growth Facilities (PGF) include head house support area, greenhouses, classrooms, containment facilities and controlled environment growth chambers. Though the PGF is available to the entire University of Minnesota community, it is primarily used by the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences and the College of Biological Sciences. The Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) serves as the administrative support unit. The operating policies are guided by an oversight committee.
Controlled Environment Growth Chambers
Controlled environment growth chambers are owned and maintained by MAES, along with the College of Biological Sciences and the Cargill Center. These chambers are located in nine different buildings on the St. Paul campus. Department-owned chambers are assigned to department projects. If chambers are available they may be assigned to other college units. Fees are charged for use of growth chambers. Download a Printable Version of the Growth Chamber Guidelines.