Pharmaceutical giant Bayer opened a $12 million greenhouse facility Wednesday in West Sacramento, built by Havecon.
"We are excited to have our grand opening for our new green houses," site leader Mike Mille said. "This is a critical part of our development work we do to bring new crop protection products to the growers. This is a big step for us to have these resources in West Sacramento."
The facility's goal is to create plants that can produce more fruit and vegetables, and research safer alternatives to pesticides.
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