Biotecnologia no Agro

    Revolucionando a agricultura com inovação

    A Indigo utiliza biotecnologia aliada à inteligência artificial e tecnologias digitais na seleção de microrganismos que são capazes de tornar a agricultura mais produtiva, rentável e sustentável. Desde sua fundação, em 2014, a Indigo esteve na vanguarda da inovação, buscando soluções para os problemas do campo. Utilizamos ferramentas de última geração em biotecnologia, pesquisando no melhor laboratório a céu aberto do mundo, que é o campo de produção.

    Ícone microbiologia para lavoura

    Ícone análise de planta




    Pesquisadores da Indigo cruzam informações de todo o globo para identificar plantas saudáveis e resistentes em condições adversas, que possuam microrganismos capazes de melhorar o desempenho das plantas diante da presença de pragas e doenças, secas e variações extremas de temperatura.

    Uma vez identificadas e isoladas, as cepas mais eficazes são otimizadas em sua melhor concentração e formulação para garantir sua sobrevivência nas sementes, potencializando os ingredientes do tratamento convencional e assegurando o máximo de benefício à planta.

    Os microrganismos são rigorosamente testados para compatibilidade com defensivos, fertilizantes e métodos de plantio. Assim, sementeiros e produtores podem seguir as instruções da Indigo combinadas com as estratégias já normalmente adotadas em cada lavoura. Nossa tecnologia também garante a viabilidade de microrganismos nas sementes tratadas, no período entre compra e plantio, mesmo que esse período se estenda por semanas.

    A Indigo desenvolveu a Semente Pronta, que permite a redução de custos e operações que vão desde a máquina de tratamento, equipamentos de proteção, mão de obra até o descarte das embalagens. A Semente Pronta Indigo é customizável, eficaz e está disponível para as culturas de Soja, Milho e Algodão. Sua composição e a tecnologia empregada garantem mais estabilidade e segurança no plantio, tudo para facilitar a vida do produtor rural e ajudar a impulsionar sua lavoura.

    Hard Red Wheat

    TAM 112
    Early
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Good
    Yield Potential
    Average
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Good
    Protein
    • Texas & Oklahoma Panhandles
    • Western Kansas
    • Eastern Colorado
    • + Excellent drought tolerance
    • + Moderately resistant to wheat streak mosaic
    • + Very high tillering
    • - Below-average straw strength

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    TAM 114
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Very Good
    Protein
    • Texas High Plains
    • Western Kansas
    • Eastern Colorado
    • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
    • + Resistant to stripe and stem rust
    • + Moderately resistant to leaf rust
    • - Moderately susceptible to soilborne mosaic and WSMV

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Byrd
    Medium
    Maturity
    Average
    Test Weight
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Somewhat susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • High Plains
    • + Excellent milling and baking quality
    • + Excellent drought tolerance
    • + Very high tillering
    • - Susceptible to stem rust and stripe rust

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Gallagher
    Medium
    Maturity
    Average
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • Oklahoma
    • Southern Kansas
    • + Good drought tolerance
    • + Good leaf health
    • + More resistant than most to barley yellow dwarf
    • - Prone to physiological leaf spotting

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Avery
    Medium-Late
    Maturity
    Average
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Somewhat susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • High Plains
    • + Exceptional milling and baking qualities
    • + Excellent winterhardiness
    • + Resistant to wheat curl mite and Greenbug biotype E
    • - Susceptible to stripe and stem rust

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Doublestop CL Plus
    Medium-Late
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • High Plains
    • + Tolerant to acidic soils
    • + Very good yield potential and test weights
    • + Long coleoptile
    • - Can be late maturing

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    SY Monument
    Medium-Late
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • Central and western Kansas
    • Oklahoma
    • Nebraska
    • the Texas Panhandle
    • + Very adaptable and high yielding across multiple environments
    • + Very high tillering
    • + Excellent overall leaf disease package
    • - Average straw strength

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Bob Dole
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • Central Corridor
    • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
    • + Good disease package (leaf rust, stripe rust, and scab)
    • + Good drought tolerance
    • - Lower tillering

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    LCS Mint
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Good
    Protein
    • Hight Plains
    • + Very good soil acidity tolerance
    • + Excellent drought tolerance
    • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
    • - Susceptible to leaf rust

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Langin
    Early
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Average
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein

    High Plains

    • + Resistant to wheat curl mite
    • + Strong stripe rust resistance
    • + Solid milling and baking qualities
    • - Somewhat vulnerable to Hessian fly and leaf rust

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Hard Red Wheat

    Smith’s Gold
    Medium
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein

    Central Plains

    • + Excellent resistance to Hessian fly, green bug, and stripe rust
    • + Well equipped to handle nitrogen-imbalanced environments
    • + Stellar milling and baking readiness
    • - Somewhat inclined to physiological leaf spotting
    • - Pre-harvest sprouting tendency if harvest is substantially delayed

    * Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

    Planning on growing HRWW?

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 134B
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Southern Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Ohio
    • Kentucky
    • + Highest top-end yield potential
    • + Mennel-preferred variety
    • - Susceptible to stripe rust

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 124C
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Indiana
    • Ohio
    • Illinois
    • Kentucky
    • Southeastern Missouri
    • + Lead product for growers who prefer smooth head
    • + Consistent performance across a large geography

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 113B
    Early - Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Missouri
    • Southern Illinois
    • Southern Indiana
    • Kentucky
    • + Strong disease package
    • + Handles wet feet very well

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 114B
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Missouri (leading variety)
    • Southwestern Illinois
    • + Very good standability
    • + Strong milling and baking qualities
    • - Can be vulnerable to powdery mildew

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 294A
    Medium
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Ohio
    • Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Kentucky
    • Missouri
    • + Excellent winterhardiness
    • + Consistent performance across growing regions

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 284A
    Early - Medium
    Maturity
    Excellent
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Good /Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Ohio
    • Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Missouri
    • + Strong test weight
    • + Consistent performance across growing regions

    Soft Red Wheat

    Indigo® 273A
    Early - Medium
    Maturity
    Excellent
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Straw Strength
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    • Ohio
    • Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Missouri
    • + Very good test weight
    • + Consistent performance across growing regions
    Planning on growing HRWW?

    Cotton

    TAM 112
    Early
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Good
    Yield Potential
    Average
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Good
    Protein
    • Texas & Oklahoma Panhandles
    • Western Kansas
    • Eastern Colorado
    • + Excellent drought tolerance
    • + Moderately resistant to wheat streak mosaic
    • + Very high tillering
    • - Below-average straw strength

    Cotton

    TAM 114
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Very Good
    Protein
    • Texas High Plains
    • Western Kansas
    • Eastern Colorado
    • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
    • + Resistant to stripe and stem rust
    • + Moderately resistant to leaf rust
    • - Moderately susceptible to soilborne mosaic and WSMV

    Cotton

    Byrd
    Medium
    Maturity
    Average
    Test Weight
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Somewhat susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • High Plains
    • + Excellent milling and baking quality
    • + Excellent drought tolerance
    • + Very high tillering
    • - Susceptible to stem rust and stripe rust

    Cotton

    Gallagher
    Medium
    Maturity
    Average
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • Oklahoma
    • Southern Kansas
    • + Good drought tolerance
    • + Good leaf health
    • + More resistant than most to barley yellow dwarf
    • - Prone to physiological leaf spotting

    Cotton

    Avery
    Medium-Late
    Maturity
    Average
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Somewhat susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • High Plains
    • + Exceptional milling and baking qualities
    • + Excellent winterhardiness
    • + Resistant to wheat curl mite and Greenbug biotype E
    • - Susceptible to stripe and stem rust

    Cotton

    Doublestop CL Plus
    Medium-Late
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • High Plains
    • + Tolerant to acidic soils
    • + Very good yield potential and test weights
    • + Long coleoptile
    • - Can be late maturing

    Cotton

    SY Monument
    Medium-Late
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • Central and western Kansas
    • Oklahoma
    • Nebraska
    • the Texas Panhandle
    • + Very adaptable and high yielding across multiple environments
    • + Very high tillering
    • + Excellent overall leaf disease package
    • - Average straw strength

    Cotton

    Bob Dole
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Very Good
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein
    • Central Corridor
    • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
    • + Good disease package (leaf rust, stripe rust, and scab)
    • + Good drought tolerance
    • - Lower tillering

    Cotton

    LCS Mint
    Medium
    Maturity
    Very Good
    Test Weight
    Excellent
    Yield Potential
    Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Good
    Protein
    • Hight Plains
    • + Very good soil acidity tolerance
    • + Excellent drought tolerance
    • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
    • - Susceptible to leaf rust

    Cotton

    Langin
    Early
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Average
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein

    High Plains

    • + Resistant to wheat curl mite
    • + Strong stripe rust resistance
    • + Solid milling and baking qualities
    • - Somewhat vulnerable to Hessian fly and leaf rust

    Cotton

    Smith’s Gold
    Medium
    Maturity
    Good
    Test Weight
    Exceptional
    Yield Potential
    Very Good
    Overall Disease Resistance
    Average
    Protein

    Central Plains

    • + Excellent resistance to Hessian fly, green bug, and stripe rust
    • + Well equipped to handle nitrogen-imbalanced environments
    • + Stellar milling and baking readiness
    • - Somewhat inclined to physiological leaf spotting
    • - Pre-harvest sprouting tendency if harvest is substantially delayed
    Planning on growing HRWW?

    Corn

    Indigo provides a range of high performance hybrids with excellent agronomic profiles, including strong:

    • Stress Emergence
    • Vigor
    • Disease Resistance
    • Stalk and Root Strength Strength
    • Drought Tolerance

    Soy

    The high-yielding varieties we offer deliver on quality and hold up to stress, showing stellar:

    • Stress Emergence
    • Vigor
    • Canopy Closure
    • Disease Resistance
    • Drought Tolerance
    • Standability
    • Dry Down
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    Rice Varieties

    CL153
    Clearfield
    Exceptional
    Grain Quality
    Moderately Resistant
    Lodging
    Moderately Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    42 inches
    Plant Height
    81 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • Texas to Missouri
    Agronomy
    • + Significant grain length, seedling vigor, and yield potential
    • + Strong milling quality
    • + Broad-spectrum blast resistance
    • – Somewhat susceptible to sheath blight, kernel smut, false smut

    Rice Varieties

    CL111
    Clearfield
    Excellent
    Grain Quality
    Moderately Susceptible
    Lodging
    Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    39 inches
    Plant Height
    77 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • South Louisiana and beyond
    Agronomy
    • + High yield potential
    • + Exceptional ratoon performance
    • + Very early maturity
    • – Susceptible to sheath blight and bacterial panicle blight

    Rice Varieties

    PVL01
    Exceptional
    Grain Quality
    N/A
    Lodging
    Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    35 inches
    Plant Height
    89 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • Mid-South
    Agronomy
    • + Resistant to Provisia herbicide
    • + Remedy for fields populated with Newpath-resistant red rice and weedy rice
    • + Superior grain length, seedling vigor, tillering, and milling quality
    • – Susceptible to bacterial panicle blight, blast, false smut

    Rice Varieties

    Presidio
    Excellent
    Grain Quality
    Moderately Resistant
    Lodging
    Moderately Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    38 inches
    Plant Height
    81 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • Texas
    Agronomy
    • + Excellent ratoon potential
    • + Good yield potential
    • + Good seedling vigor
    • – Susceptible to sheath blight and panicle blight

    Rice Varieties

    Mermentau
    Excellent
    Grain Quality
    Moderately Resistant
    Lodging
    Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    35 inches
    Plant Height
    85 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • Louisiana
    Agronomy
    • + Significant straw strength
    • + High ratoon potential
    • + Good seedling vigor
    • – Susceptible to sheath blight and bacterial panicle blight

    Rice Varieties

    Cheniere
    Exceptional
    Grain Quality
    Moderately Resistant
    Lodging
    Moderately Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    38 inches
    Plant Height
    89 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • Louisiana
    Agronomy
    • + Excellent yield potential
    • + Good resistance to blast
    • + Favored by mills
    • – Susceptible to sheath blight and cercospora

    Rice Varieties

    Diamond
    Very Good
    Grain Quality
    Moderately Susceptible
    Lodging
    Moderately Susceptible
    Overall Disease Resistance
    41 inches
    Plant Height
    78 Days
    Days to 50% Heading
    Geography
    • Arkansas
    Agronomy
    • + High yield potential
    • + Good seedling vigor and straw strength
    • + Substantial ratoon crop
    • – Susceptible to false smut
    Planning on growing HRWW?

    O que nos diferencia:
    desenvolvimento de lavouras produtivas!

    Resultados de testes de laboratório e pequenos testes de campo são confirmados em grandes áreas plantadas, para testar nossas evoluções tecnológicas em grande escala junto com produtores rurais. É um passo a mais para garantir que ultrapassaremos as expectativas em cada hectare, a cada safra.

    Conheça nossa visão de futuro sobre uma agricultura mais rentável!

    Nas últimas décadas, a produtividade agrícola teve um avanço com técnicas de melhoramento genético, fertilizantes sintéticos e outras tecnologias industriais. Mas esse crescimento está chegando ao seu limite e a produtividade está próxima de se estabilizar. Então, em vez de buscar pequenos aumentos de produtividade, por que não focar em fortalecer as plantas contra os fatores de estresse ambiental que impedem as safras de potencialmente duplicar ou mesmo triplicar? Esse é o futuro que buscamos. Microrganismo por microrganismo, estamos trabalhando para elevar o teto da produção e elevar a barrada agricultura moderna.

    Microbiologia no tratamento de sementes

    A Indigo une pesquisa de laboratório com ferramentas de inteligência artificial, a fim de encontrar a combinação perfeita para sua semente. A sinergia dos inoculantes, enraizadores, micronutrientes e lubrificantes atua de maneira complementar aos químicos. Assim, produtores rurais de todo o Brasil conseguem obter ganhos de produtividade em diversas culturas, como Soja, Algodão e Milho. Isso porque cobrimos as sementes com microrganismos benéficos, que são ideais para aumentar a produção das lavouras de forma sustentável. Saiba mais sobre essa solução inovadora do agro:

    Open Quotation MarkUma característica dos microorganismos da natureza que os torna mais poderosos que as tecnologias tradicionais, como defensivos e modificações genéticas, é que eles tem a habilidade de responder rapidamente a mudanças em seu ambiente. Quando fica frio, quente, seco ou úmido, eles respondem, em questão de segundosClose Quotation Mark

    Geoffrey von Maltzahn

    Co-Fundador e Chief Innovation Officer da Indigo