Indigo Agriculture 

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Indigo Agriculture is a Boston, Massachusetts, USA based agritech company that alongside growers and buyers, is building a system responsive to demands for high quality and sustainably produced food and fibre. Indigo develops microbial and digital technologies that improve grower profitability, environmental sustainability, and consumer health. These technologies underpin its pioneering business model, which spans agriculture’s full value chain.

Indigo works with plant microbes, aiming to improve yields of cotton, wheat, soybeans, corn and rice. The company also offers crop storage and other logistics programs for farmers. Indigo's first product, Indigo Cotton, a seed treatment containing bacteria isolated from cotton plants that is intended to improve yields under drought conditions was launched in July 2016. By 2018 the company had also launched similar seed treatments to improve drought resistance in wheat, corn, soybeans, rice, and barley. During 2016, the company released commercial data about its various products targeting cotton, wheat, and corn.  

In the United States, Indigo contracts with growers to purchase their crops at a premium and resell them to buyers, and assists with logistics. In 2017, the first year this model was implemented, Indigo contracted approximately half a million acres in cotton, wheat, corn, soy, and rice. Indigo's seed coatings are now on around 1 million acres of US farmland, representing thousands of farmers and seven major crops, and expected to rise to over 4 million acres by the end of 2019.

The company has raised over $650 million in venture capital funding, from investors such as Flagship Pioneering, the Alaska Permanent Fund, Baillie Gifford, the Investment Corporation of Dubai, and Activant Capital.  In September 2018 Indigo raised $250 million in Series E funding at a $3.5 billion post-money valuation. Return backers included Ballie Gifford, Investment Corp.of Dubai, the Alaska Permanent Fund and Flagship Pioneering.

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Indigo recently came in #1 on the CNBC Disruptor 50 list for 2019:

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Transaction Size:USD 10,000,000.00

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Minimum Investment Size:USD 30,000.00

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