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Jedi Agricultural Corps Research Labs
General information
Location

Jedi Temple; rebuilt in the New Jedi Temple

Usage
Era(s)
Affiliation

Jedi Order; later the New Jedi Order

The Jedi Agricultural Corps Research Labs were spherical laboratories located in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. Staffed by Jedi of the AgriCorps, theses labs grew and analyzed alien flora from thousands of worlds throughout the known galaxy.

Accessed via horizontal turbolift cars, the large biodomes grew large amounts of plant life away from the rest of the Jedi. Located below the Jedi Archives, the labs were built over the menagerie of the Temple. A large rectangular chamber, all fauna being studied were allowed to roam the expansive jungle maintained here.

Recorded in the Asli Krimsan's holocron was the account of Jedi Padawan Dooku. Seven standard years old at the time, Dooku happened across Master Yoda one day in one of the gardens. Yoda encouraged Dooku to use his telekinetic abilities to move a potted plant out of the stone walk, so that the diminuitive Jedi may pass.

When the Temple was raided the menagerie and the research labs were destroyed. Plants died and animals were permitted to roam the complex until they died of hunger or escaped into the under city of Coruscant.

The chambers would later be restored to their former purpose when Luke Skywalker returned to the refurbished Temple. Once more a place of study, the labs would investigate Yuuzhan Vong bioforms and other such creatures.

Sources

  • Star Wars: Complete Locations
  • Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force

This article uses material from the "Jedi Agricultural Corps Research Labs" article on the Starwars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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