Indigo Agriculture was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. The company currently employs over 1,000 people in seven countries on five continents. In 2019 Indigo expanded to Europe and opened a headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. Indigo harnesses the power of nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. Using innovative technologies throughout the agricultural supply chain, Indigo's goal is to create an agricultural system that is profitable for farmers, conserves natural resources and is geared towards consumer interests.
The technology portfolio includes microbial technology for seed treatment, digital agronomy and insights (drone scouting, soil sampling, pre-harvest quality testing), an e-commerce platform Marketplace, which handles transactions on grain and Indigo Carbon. Indigo Carbon is part of the Terraton Initiative, a global effort to drawdown one trillion tons of atmospheric carbon dioxide through agricultural soils.