The University of Arizona
Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
The Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station is the research arm of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona. Research is conducted in the various departments and schools on campus, as well as at Agricultural Centers throughout the state. Research generated through the Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station underlies both academic and extension programs.

Articles about research projects

- Minding our A's, B's and Q's: Tracking whitefly biotypes: Emergent Q type already in Arizona See PDF article >
- Protecting cotton from lygus bugs: IPM program reduces insecticide, controls pests See PDF article >
- Fire management in the West: Research and teaching of fire ecology in Arizona See PDF article >