Charlottetown Research and Development Centre

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

The Charlottetown Research and Development Centre, Charlottetown, P.E.I.

440 University Avenue
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C1A 4N6

Telephone: 902-370-1400

Latitude: 46.248563
Longitude: −63.135834

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The Charlottetown Research and Development Centre was established in 1909 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

The Centre is associated with two satellite locations: Harrington Research Farm and the Institute of Nutrisciences and Health (INH) located on the University of Prince Edward Island campus. These locations support research in human health and wellness and the protection of the food supply.

The overall research direction for Charlottetown Research and Development Centre is to take production beyond traditional commodity-based markets and to open new areas to producers in the Region while maintaining environmental sustainability. The Centre leads research in:

Facilities at the Charlottetown Research and Development Centre include:

Current research activities

Managing Canada's soil and water resources

Sustainable production systems

Pest management: maximum benefit, minimal risk

Improved food production for the future

Bioresources and value-added crops

Results of our research

Agro-ecosystem productivity and health

Horticulture

Bioproducts

Cereal and pulses

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