Bayer to Develop Wheat Breeding Station in Nebraska

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Bayer CropScience has leased 400 acres in Seward County to develop a wheat breeding station.

A release from the company says the station will be the focal
point of its wheat breeding program in North America.

The company secured the land near Goehner on Tuesday.

Edward Souza, the global wheat breeding manager, says the
station will benefit farmers in the region, along with the world
grain trade.

In 2010, Bayer partnered with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
to improve wheat breeding and develop new varieties. The company
has been working since then to find a location for its breeding
station.


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