The agriculture print collection is housed in the Science Library in the Geology Building, a short walk from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources. Here you will find library services including reference and research help from science librarians. Related agricultural print resources also are found in other branches of the university Library system.
This guide will help you locate USask library services and other resources that are available in the event that USask is experiencing brief or prolonged closure.
Welcome to the Plant Sciences Research Guide designed to highlight information resources for students and researchers in the College of Agriculture & Bioresources.
"Plants are the world's basic providers, supplying food and oxygen to all other life forms on earth. In addition to food and oxygen, humans derive fibre for clothing and shelter, a wide array of industrial products and thousands of pharmaceuticals from plants both natural and cultivated. Our teaching and research programs focus on the physiology and production of field and horticultural crops as well as the ecology of natural grasslands."