Kimberly Research and Extension Center
The Kimberly Research and Extension Center conducts research and extension projects related to potatoes, sugar beets, dry beans, forages, small grains, entomology, weed science, irrigation and water resources.
The heart of the Kimberly Research and Extension Center is the farm that consists of 180 acres of irrigated land. The center also has four greenhouses, laboratories, office space and a potato storage research complex. Facilities and resources are shared with the USDA-ARS Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory.
Since 1950, the Kimberly Research and Extension Center has responded to Idaho’s changing agricultural needs with research and Extension programs that improve production practices for a variety of crops.