Panning for microbial gold: How Indigo Ag’s discovery process delivers novel microbial consortiums

The soil and plant microbiome is a major growth field in agriculture; developers of microbial products have attracted mass amounts of funding in 2016. Worthwhile to mention is the $100 million series C raised by Indigo Agriculture in July. However, this space is crowded with numerous product develop...

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