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May 4, 2012

Nebraska will be Home to Bayer Wheat Breeding Station

On 4 May 2012 Capital Press reported that Bayer CropScience would be locating a new wheat breeding station on 400 acres of leased land in Seward County, Nebraska.  This will be a focal point of the company's North American wheat research.  This is a follow up to a 2010 partnership signed with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to improve wheat breeding and develop new varieties.

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