Agtech startup Rantizo raised $7.5 million in series A funding, led by Leaps by Bayer and investors Fall Line Capital, Innova Memphis, Lewis & Clark Ventures, KZValve and Sukup Manufacturing, the startup announced on Wednesday. Additional participants include ISA Ventures, AgVentures Alliance and other angel investors, bringing Rantizo’s total funding raised to date to nearly $9 million. Farmers can request Rantizo drone application services such as precise spraying and cover crop broadcasting, and Rantizo taps its network of Rantizo Application Services contractors to provide services nationally. Contractors purchase drone equipment through Rantizo and gain all licensing and certifications necessary through training.