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Oct 29, 2010

Bayer CropScience subsidiary opens new Idaho seed facility

On 29 October 2010 Bayer CropScience issued a press release that it’s Nunhems subsidiary had opened a new vegetable seed processing facility in Parma, Idaho.  The company invested $30 million in the facility and upgrading an adjacent plant, with the final result being a 60 acre complex. 

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."

For more see: "Bayer CropScience to invest US$ 30 million in new seed processing facility in the United States," BayerCrop Science Press Releases, Monheim, Germany, 29 October 2010.

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