Corteva Agriscience is pleased to announce the opening of a new 53,000 sq. ft research facility at the company’s Woodstock R&D Centre near Tavistock, Ontario.
This new research hub brings together multiple Corteva research groups under one roof. The team is able to share expertise and equipment to implement new phenotyping technologies, accelerating the R&D pipeline for corn, soybean, and winter wheat.
This infrastructure investment also includes the renovation of an existing on-site facility that will focus on advancements in Seed Applied Technologies, providing farmers with advanced seed treatment solutions necessary to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing agriculture sector.
This $6 million investment in Corteva’s industry-leading research pipeline is part of the company’s efforts to ensure a consistent flow of dependable, market-ready products to Canadian farmers, faster than ever before.