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Bayer Opens Wheat Breeding Center in Germany

11:14 AM MDT | June 19, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Bayer has opened its new European wheat breeding center at Gatersleben, Germany. The 1,400 sq/m facility will be used to develop wheat varieties with higher yields and enhanced properties for the central European market. The facility will employ 40 people who will coordinate all of Bayer’s wheat-breeding activities in Europe. "The inauguration of the European wheat breeding center is another important milestone for our activities in the area of seeds and traits," says Wolfgang Plischke, member of the Bayer AG board of management responsible for...

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