Monsanto planning expansion in Louisiana

Luling facility will undergo upgrades to support company's largest seed technology platform.

Monsanto Co.’s board of directors this week gave final approval for a capital expenditure to expand the company’s Luling, La., manufacturing site. The expansion — a $975 million capital investment that is expected to be operational in three years — should enable the company to deliver a strong dicamba formulation pipeline to growers and further strengthen its integrated solutions platform.

Monsanto is investing in dicamba manufacturing at the site to support the launch of its Round

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