Monsanto invests $100M in seed production
WACO, Neb. (AP) — Monsanto is investing more than $100 million to expand four of its seed processing plants in Nebraska, Iowa and Indiana.
Monsanto officials told the Lincoln Journal Star that the expansion is needed to increase the company’s capacity to product corn and soybean seeds.
The St. Louis-based company announced the expansion on Wednesday.
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