Robb Mohr got a truck at the start of the year, brand new, after working as Indigo’s Mideast and Midwest Agronomy Lead for two months. In January, nothing grows in Illinois, Indiana, or Pennsylvania, the three states where Robb had been working with 30 growers for the upcoming season; or in Ohio, where he now lives. He knew, however, that there’d soon be miles to cover. Planning meetings to facilitate, scouting visits for each stage of vegetative growth to conduct. Comprehensive harvest plans to map, grain-sampling procedures to complete. The odometer in the truck, with its initial pristine line of zeroes, would soon roll up.