Agricultural Research Solutions.


We harness the creative energy of 130 Ph.D. faculty, specialized staff, and gifted graduate students. We make the agricultural, forest, and ornamental industries more efficient, improve the quality of rural life, and conserve soil, water, air, and wildlife. We do this with basic and applied research programs on the Institute of Agriculture campus, in partnership with UT Knoxville and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and at ten Research Centers across the state.   How can we work with you?

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Enjoy your garden? From Aphids to Zucchini, we're there.
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Traci Stanley
Grants Coordinator

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Events (more)

Our local events
 
International Travel - Keeping You and Your Data...  7/14, 12:00 - 1:00 pm, PBB 156/157  AgRsch


Other UTIA events, or elsewhere
 
UT Farmers Market  5/13-10/21, 4-7 pm, Knoxville  UTGard

Fruits of the Backyard Field Day  6/16, 8:30 am -12:30 pm CST, Spring Hill  MTREC   Program

Summer Color Green Industry  6/23, 8:30 am, Knoxville  UTGard

    

Research Groups and Facilities (more)

UT Beef and Forage Center
Facilitating research and communication to advance the Tennessee Beef and Forage industry.
Hardwood Genomics Project
Creating genomic resources for the most important hardwood species in North America.
Cherokee Wetlands
​Increasing wetland and engineering research, teaching and outreach opportunities for UT students, staff and faculty!
Center for Renewable Carbon
Positioning Tennessee as a leader in reducing our dependence on petroleum.
    

Video (more)

 
Intro to Biosystems Engineering
"Can we get more food, water, energy? Can we solve the problem of environmental..."
 
Bottle Art at UT Gardens Jackson
"More than 6,000 bottles were used to create this stunning garden display!"
 
Tennessee Athletic Field Tester (TAFT)
"Adam Thoms, Research Leader of the Center for Athletic Field Safety at the..."
 
Weed Progress
"Weeds are a nuisance to gardeners, but downright devastating to those who farm..."