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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

Email: aafc.charlottetownrdc-crdcharlottetown.aac@canada.ca

Latitude: 46.248563
Longitude: −63.135834

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

The Centre has an office-laboratory complex in Charlottetown and a research farm in Harrington, PEI, where it conducts research trials on a variety of crops and cropping systems.

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

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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