Harrow Research and Development Centre (Harrow RDC)

The Harrow Research and Development Centre (Harrow RDC) is the largest greenhouse research complex facility in North America, one of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s (AAFC) network of 20 research and development centres, and the location for the Canadian Clonal Genebank greenhouse and orchard.

Harrow RDC develops and transfers new technologies for the production and protection of greenhouse vegetables and field crops, including soybeans, dry beans, corn, winter wheat, and tomatoes. Moreover, it is a lead contributor in research on the quality and sustainable use of Ontario soils as methods to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and nutrient losses from agricultural soils. This research activity enhances the environmental health of farmlands in the Great Lakes basin.


2585 County Road 20
Harrow, Ontario
N0R 1G0

Areas of Expertise

Agro-Ecosystem Resilience
Oilseeds / Cereals and Pulses
Biodiversity and Bioresources
Pest management


Product R&D
Process R&D

Contact Information

Website: https://profils-profiles.science.gc.ca/en/research-centre/harrow-research-and-development-centre

Email: aafc.harrowrdc-crdharrow.aac@agr.gc.ca

Twitter: @AAFC_Canada

Published: September 22, 2021

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