Living Crop Museum


Wilmington College 2005 


The purpose of the Living Crop Museum is to serve as a learning resource for Wilmington College Agriculture students.  Students are able to observe the growth and development of each crop through the year.  

It includes many commercial crops grown in Ohio and other parts of the United States.  Most crops are represented by only one type or variety.  Some crops, such as Corn, are represented by a series of varieties demonstrating the natural variability of the crop as well as man's influence on the crop over several thousand years.

The Museum is open to the public without charge.  Any group or individual is welcome to utilize this resource. 

Because the Crop Museum is constantly changing, this web site is also under constant revision.