There have been some recent changes in the landscape for hybrid wheat production in the United States. WestBred Cereals Account Management Lead Jeff Koscelny stresses Bayer is moving forward. “We know it’s going to be a very long commitment, a very laborious process to make sure that we deliver the products that can take it to that next level.” Koscelny says a lot of dynamics are at play, but Bayer’s move to hybrid wheat is being planned. “We’re looking at the latter part of this decade to deliver our first products to market and we’re taking a slow, methodical approach, comparing it to our elite genetics to make sure we bring that advantage to the farmer.”
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