Woodstock Research Station

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The U of G operates a total of 150 hectares of the Woodstock Research Station. Only 60 hectares of this land are level and uniform enough for research use, and 30 hectares are systematically tile drained. An 18m x 35m building is used for machinery storage, threshing and sample storage.

The Woodstock Research Station is also home to Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, held every September. For more information, please visit the Canada's Outdoor Farm Show website.  

Research areas and outcomes

Since its establishment in 1983, the Woodstock Research Station has supported a wide variety of crops research including soybean, corn, edible bean, cereals and forage breeding programs, cropping systems research, Ontario variety trials, herbicide evaluation and weed management programs.

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