The Department of Plant Agriculture is housed in two buildings on the main campus, the Crop Science Building and the E.C. Bovey Building. The main offices for the Department of Plant Agriculture are located on the third floor of the Crop Science Building.
The Crop Science Building was opened in 1968. It consists of 4-stories containing 5 classrooms, 47 offices, 59 research laboratories, and a single-storey area which houses growth facilities. The main building's growth facilities include: 11 controlled-environment, large, walk-in growth rooms, and 4 rooms housing 50 controlled-environment growth cabinets. The growth rooms provide about 1/10 ha of bench space for growing plants. There is also an 800 m2 (PNT-level2) greenhouse divided over 16 different zones.
For accessibility information, visit the Crop Science page at the University of Guelph website.
- Stephen Bowley, U.E. Associate Professor
- Bill Deen Associate Professor
- Hugh Earl Associate Professor, Chair
- Elizabeth (Liz) Lee Professor
- Lewis Lukens Associate Professor
- Ralph C. Martin Professor
- Mary Ruth McDonald Professor
- Barry J. Micallef Associate Professor
- Manjusri Misra Professor, School of Engineering, Professor, Department of Plant Agriculture
- Amar Mohanty Professor, Premier's Research Chair in Biomaterials & Transportation
- Alireza Navabi Associate Professor, Grain farmers of Ontario Professorship in Wheat Breeding
- K. Peter Pauls Professor
- Manish N. Raizada Professor, International Relations Officer
- Istvan Rajcan Professor, Associate Grad Coordinator
- Clarence J. Swanton Professor
- Francois Tardif Professor