Apparently, at some unknown point in history, Monsanto and Systron-Donner built test gear and painted it Harvest Gold.
Yeah, Monsanto did have an odd involvement in electronics. They wanted to provide raw materials such as silicon rods and wafers and somehow wound up briefly building equipment and components, including many early LEDs.
There’s an interesting article on the history here, also covering their partnership with the once great Hewlett Packard. The optoelectronic division wound up over at General Instrument and the test and measurement division wound up at Systron-Donner, with a lot of hardware apparently getting sold to Mendelson’s.
But Systron-Donner kept the Harvest Gold, and for that silliness I am glad.
Look at how well it coordinates with that goofy wood edged MDF shelf!