DowDuPont merger puts Sloughhouse ag research station on market

Sacramento Business Journal   |   Mark Anderson

Posted In — News & Press | In the News

In the continuing fallout from a big agricultural merger, an agricultural research station in Sloughhouse is being marketed for sale.

A research station of Alforex Seeds, which was part of the former Dow Chemical Co., is being offered for sale for $2.85 million by Corteva Agriscience, which is a soon-to-be spun off subsidiary of DowDupont Inc.

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