Welcome to the Eastern Virginia AREC, located in Warsaw, VA.
The Eastern Virginia AREC is located near Warsaw in the coastal plain of Virginia, which is primarily a grain-growing region. Our research programs focus on development of new wheat, barley, and soybean varieties by providing major field support for the Virginia Tech crop breeding programs in these areas. Other projects include disease, pest, and fertility management of these crops.
Field days and tours at the EVAREC are held each year to showcase our research efforts, to introduce new varieties that are nearing release, and to educate visitors about the production and management of wheat, barley, and soybeans in eastern Virginia.
- Virginia Tech Beef Cattle Center earns 2017 AICA Outstanding Seedstock Producer Award
- BP oil spill did $17.2 billion in damage to natural resources, scientists find in first-ever financial evaluation of spill’s impact
- Virginia Tech researchers: As rain and temperatures increase, so will costs to mitigate pollution
- Virginia Tech Board of Visitors approves proposed School of Plant and Environmental Sciences
- Virginia Tech researchers find special bacteria in Claytor Lake that can freeze water
- Virginia Cooperative Extension provides training in facilitation skills
- Virginia Tech researcher leads team that examines molecular-level problems of heart disease
- Virginia Tech professor speaks on Capitol Hill about impact and value of funding science
- Virginia Tech’s Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics to co-host Governor’s Conference on Agricultural Trade on March 6-7
- It’s a bird! A plane! It’s John Jelesko — Super Poison Ivy Man!