Aug 11, 2015
Ag-Biotech moves to new facility in California

Ag-Biotech has moved its offices and laboratories to a new, larger facility that allows for enhanced service capabilities, according to the company. The premises, at 9701 Blue Larkspur Lane, Suite A, Monterey, California, will house new equipment and accommodate plans for expanded services. The new site, along the corridor between Monterey and Salinas, is easily accessible to Salinas Valley clients in the agriculture industry.

“For more than 18 years, we have been a trusted partner in the seed industry, offering a wide range of high-quality DNA-based molecular marker services, including MAS, MAB and mapping that enhance seed quality and plant breeding,” said Mark Massoudi, president of Ag-Biotech. “We are confident that this move and expansion will help us continue to deliver on our core values of speed, efficiency and accuracy.”

For more information, visit Ag-Biotech’s website.


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