COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M University has opened its $49 million Plant Pathology and Microbiology Building on the school's west campus.
The 84,000-sf building has an auditorium, greenhouse, offices, classrooms, and laboratories.
It replaces the department's outdated facility in the L.F. Peterson building.
The project broke ground in September 2017.
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