The Rausser College of Natural Resources manages greenhouse, growth chamber, lath house, and field space for plant and environmental science research at University of California, Berkeley. Our experienced staff provides horticultural consultation, supplies, plant monitoring and watering, and pest control. Resources include mist propagation beds and rooms, work space, supplemental lighting, and temperature and lighting controls.
The GPB (North) greenhouse opened in 1993 and offers 10,000 sq. ft. of climate controlled greenhouse space, and shared head house and laboratory work space.
The Oxford Rearch Unit (South) greenhouse was finished in 1964 and has 23,100 sq. ft. of greenhouses, four lath houses, shared head houses, assigned laboratory, office and storage space, and five growth chambers.
The Insectary greenhouse (built 2002) contains 4400 sq. ft. of greenhouse and 2200 sq. ft. of lath house space to support insect biology research.