Belleville Research Center
The Belleville Center is located about 85 miles northwest of the Carbondale campus and 30 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri. Used extensively for both research and teaching, the Belleville Center includes a total of 183 acres; 75 of which are devoted to crop production and small plot research.
Facilities includes a residential laboratory and office building. Ongoing research activities encompass a wide array of areas, including weed science; plant pathology and breeding; production agronomy and horticulture; and turf. Crops include corn, soybean, grain sorghum, wheat, canola, alfalfa, pumpkins and horseradish.
In the News:
For additional information about some of the good things going on at the Belleville Research Center, visit the following news links:
- "Aggressive Weed Sending Roots into Illinois Fields" [Illinois Farmer Today, 04/10/2014]
For additional information about the Belleville Center, please contact:
Southern Illinois University
2036 Charles Lane
Belleville, Illinois 62221
Phone: (618) 566-4761