We work with farmers to produce a premium crop, then we pay growers KCBOT price plus a premium
We combine increased yield potential with premium pricing, to improve profitability for farmers.

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A Higher Price
  • We pay a premium for your HRW Wheat: Receive KCBOT (wheat futures price with zero basis) +23¢ /bu and potentially more*
  • We pay a premium for your SRW Wheat: Receive CBOT (wheat futures price with zero basis)+29¢ /bu and potentially more*
  • We eliminate your local basis
  • Hedging up to 100% of APH
A Higher Yield
  • Indigo® microbial technology is shown to increase yields by 13% on average (19% in stressed conditions*)
  • Improved drought tolerance through Indigo's microbial technology designed to mitigate water stress
  • Comprehensive seed protection Includes microbial, fungicide & insecticide seed treatment
  • Data-based agronomy services included Dedicated agronomist + Indigo InsightsTM
Working Capital
  • 0% financing on seed
  • Deducted from final payment at Harvest

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Select seed variety, and indicate the number of acres to contract.


Receive treated seed with Indigo microbes, fungicide and insecticide cash free until harvest.


Receive season-long customized, data-based agronomy services at no cost.


Indigo® microbial technology has the ability to boost yields by 13% on average and 19% in stressed conditions*


Receive 23¢ more per bushel than KCBOT** on HRWW and 29¢ more per bushel than CBOT* on SRWW.
Option to lock in your price in advance.

*Data represents conventional variety results seen in 30 bu/ac or less yield environments in 2018 field trials.   **Final price premium depends on on-farm storage, grain quality, transportation, timing and local basis.

Who is Indigo?


Indigo is a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. With a vision of creating a world where farming is an economically desirable and accessible profession, Indigo works alongside its farmers to apply natural approaches, conserve resources for future generations, and grow healthy food for all.

Utilizing beneficial plant microbes to improve crop health and productivity, Indigo is the world leader in plant microbial treatments. The company is forming close relationships with the worlds’s major grain buyers providing a direct sales channel for farmers.

The company’s US commercial headquarters is in Memphis, TN with a global operations in Boston, MA, and additional offices in Research Triangle Park, NC, Sydney, Australia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Sao Paulo, Brazil.