Bayer Lab Receives Award
The Research and Educational facility of Bayer Environmental Science has been selected for the 2018 Best of Clayton Award in the Laboratory category.
Each year, the Clayton Award Program recognizes companies that have achieved exceptional success through service to their customers and the community.
In 2018, the development staff at the Bayer Environmental Science Development and Education Facility in Clayton conducted more than 160 biology-based trials in the facility’s laboratory, greenhouse and field to test and measure the efficacy of insect, disease and weed management technologies.
“The research and development efforts at the Clayton facility are fundamental to the discovery of new solutions and cutting-edge expertise for our customers across the globe,” said Jake Doskocil, Clayton site manager and principal scientist. “It’s an honor to have been recognized by the Clayton Award Program, and we are grateful to be part of an impressive community that generates important work not only for this community, but for the broader turf and ornamentals industry.”
The Bayer Research and Education Facility in Clayton, North Carolina, hosts more than 50 events every year. and welcomes more than 1,000 customers, university experts and other industry professionals as part of its ongoing commitment to customer centricity, sustainability, stewardship and product development.
The Clayton Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of businesses throughout the Clayton area. Recognition is given to companies that have shown the ability to use best practices and programs to generate long-term value.