The Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center conducts both research and demonstration trials that provide solutions and education to our community, state, and nation’s agricultural producers and the many non-agricultural producing public that rely on our industry for a safe and economical food supply, fiber, and more.
This Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center is located in beautiful Spring Hill, Tennessee, and maintains a diversity of resources and opportunities for UTIA researchers and educators. The Center enjoys the presence and a cooperative working relationship with a number of different departments and faculty at the University of Tennessee.
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UT AgResearch is currently researching hemp production and utilization, including variety trials, fertility requirements, and pest management.
Early studies at the Center helped bring mechanical harvesting of green beans to Tennessee.