At the helm of Indigo Agronomy, Mike Tweedy spearheads the company’s data-driven approach to farming in support of grower profitability and environmental sustainability, while bringing transparency to the methods and practices used to grow our food.

Over 25 years of experience within agriculture and industrial products underscores Mike’s comprehensive approach to discovering and driving cost-effective and high-performing solutions for challenges on the farm. 

Mike was raised on a farm in Southern Illinois, where his family grew corn, soybeans, and other vegetables. He earned a BS in agriculture and MS in agronomy and crop science from Southern Illinois University. After serving in technical service and marketing roles in American Cyanamid and BASF, he joined Syngenta and held roles in sales, marketing, and business development. He joined Indigo in 2017 as the first regional account manager, tasked with building the company’s first commercial sales and agronomy teams. Before becoming Vice President of Agronomy, Mike previously served as Head of Systems Deployment and Head of Agronomy.

Based out of Georgia, where he and his wife have lived for the past sixteen years, Mike is the proud father of two sons. 

"Agriculture is the most important industry in the world, one that can positively impact every human being and can create a major beneficial impact to the planet. Indigo is working with all stakeholders to enable that rapid, positive change, and I’m thrilled to do my part in improving grower profitability, grow crops more sustainability, and improve the quality of that food."