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Controlled Environment Horticulture

Methods and technologies to advance sustainable plant production in controlled environments

A Sustainable Future for Growing Crops in Controlled Environments

Comprehensive research at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas works to understand and advance all aspects of crop production in controlled environments — delivering nutritious, delicious and resilient food crops that are economically and environmentally sustainable. Explore controlled environment research programs at Dallas below.

Explore Urban Horticulture Learning programs at Dallas

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Urban Horticulture program at Dallas serves urban growers with best practices and information on emerging science and technologies around growing vegetables, leafy greens, and herbs in a host of production systems.