This 6000 sq ft facility consists of one air-conditioned bay, two evaporatively cooled bays, and a headhouse with storage and space for potting and soil processing. The evaporatively cooled bays have automated drip watering systems distributed across six benches, supporting pot-based plant growth. The space is used primarily for research on plant physiology, plant genetics, and plant-microbial relations.

This research space consists of two 2100 sq ft agricultural high tunnels, with adjustable shade cloth and ventilation provided by solar-powered fans. The space is use primarily for large-scale research on plant physiology and plant genetics, and is conducive to both pot-based and in-ground plant growth.