The location will complement and advance research efforts the company currently conducts in Oregon. It also will serve as an educational resource for the company’s customers and collaborators.

”As we looked at our distribution and what is happening with cover crops, it was obvious that we needed to have a strategically located facility to advance our plant breeding efforts and to promote the varieties that we and our global partners have developed,” said company president Jerry Hall. “It is our intention for this facility to also serve as a training and educational resource for our distributors and their sales staff.” 

—From Grassland Oregon news release