Indigo Agriculture

The company was started by Flagship VentureLabs in 2013 by co-founders Noubar Afeyan, David Berry, and Geoffrey von Maltzahn and was initially called Symbiota. So far, the company has raised about $163 million; most recently raising a $100 million Series C in July 2016 that included Alaska Permanen...

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