To undergraduate Plant Science student Drew Zagala, sustainable plant health means creating roses that can take care of themselves.
Sustainable plant health encompasses diverse, science-based, and long-term solutions to contraints on plant productivity that include pathogens, insects, environmental stresses, and a myriad of other elements. See more in About the SBC.
The SBC honors the vision of some of the University of Minnesota’s finest scholars, to fight hunger as a moral imperative. The roots of the Green Revolution are part of a tradition of agricultural research, teaching, and outreach at the University of Minnesota. See more about The Vision.
The Stakman-Borlaug Center for Sustainable Plant Health engages in research, education, and outreach with local, national, and international impacts. See more about the Research and Activities.
The SBC is represented by scientist engaged in research, teaching, and outreach activities from across the various departments and disciplines within the College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences. See more in our Members section.