Source: Bayer CropScience
Bayer CropScience's Nunhems subsidiary has opened a new vegetable seed processing facility at its site in Parma, Idaho. The company has invested $30 million in the new facility and in modernizing its existing capacities for seed processing and storage.
Over the course of the almost three-year planning and construction phase, the site has been extended to a total area of 60 acres and has thus almost doubled in size. Bayer CropScience expects the demand from its customers in the United States and the rest of the world for high-quality vegetable seed to continue to increase and plans to further expand its seed business by investing in both research and development and infrastructure.
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