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Drone Application

Systems and Services

How can you add custom drone application services to your business?

Rantizo makes it simple!

Drones can be a powerful addition to your existing custom application services. Think of them as another tool in your toolbox to serve your customers. But we’re not here to just sell you a drone. Our turnkey system for custom drone applications helps you put drones to work: safely, efficiently, and legally…because your business and your customers depend on it!

Buy now. Fly now. It really is that simple!

How it works


Discovery Call, Demo & Proposal, Purchase & Contract

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Preparing for takeoff

Contractor Onboarding, Training, Licensing Concierge

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Business Development, Contractor Community Access

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Cruising altitude

Rantizo Care Support, Continuing Education

Rantizo’s System is designed for...

Ag retailers committed to providing their customers with the best options for their needs.

Agribusinesses and custom applicators wanting to grow and expand their business

Agropreneurs seeking a streamlined and clear-cut path to building a custom drone applications business.

Rantizo’s System is designed for...

Help you stay on the competitive and cutting edge in the eyes of your customers.

Offer more cost-effective and sustainable application options for your customers.

Where do drones fit in your business?

There are endless use cases for drones in aerial application. Some are outside of traditional ag applications such as specialty crops, pasture, aquatics, and even golf courses!

Below are just a few of the key ways that other agribusinesses have found most beneficial to using drone application services to enhance their current business: 

Why we’re different

Small fields

We all know how long it can take ground rigs to drive to a field, unfold, load the job onto the controller, spray, refold, turn, unfold, spray, repeat. This time could be better suited for drone work. Keep that ground rig going through large fields creating a greater ROI on that piece of machinery. In other words, let each piece of equipment you own do what it does best.

Site-specific applications and spot spraying

The terms sustainability and supply chain issues are common topics these days. Making site-specific applications and only putting product on the field where pests have been identified is one of the most sustainable practices that comes to mind. Ag is already doing this with fertilizer; pesticides will follow. And when chemistry supply becomes a concern, blanket applications to every acre may not even be a possibility. Drones can use site-specific shape files to plan autonomous missions only addressing the exact acres that need it.

Timely/urgent acres

How many times do you get rained out throughout the year? Especially during pre-emerge! A drone gives you the ability to get out and conquer acres even if the ground is too wet for traditional heavy machinery. Drones won’t cover all the acres that a ground rig could get to, but they can make a hefty dent. Would you rather be behind on 800 acres or 200 acres when you send your ground rigs back out?

What our contractors say

“I wanted to work with Rantizo from the second I heard about them. They have created a great thing and I’m proud to be part of it. Bringing drone spraying to my area will allow me to be in the field when ground rigs can’t and help sustain agriculture while I’m at it.”

“Rantizo offers a unique opportunity for me to combine my Air Force experience with my passion for agriculture. Whether it is applying fungicide for local farmers, pesticide for municipalities or even sanitizer for event stadiums, Rantizo is able to offer an innovative and economical solution to a variety of consumers.”

“Mobility, precision and timing are the three biggest things that make a drone the most ideal type of applicator for crop protectants. Drones won’t drive over crop like a ground rig might and drones are more maneuverable around obstacles than other types of aerial applicators. Application height and speed make drones just as precise if not more precise than a ground rig, especially if the drone is using completely autonomous flights. Now as far as timing goes, drones like any other aerial applicator can spray as soon as the leaves are dry without any worry about making tracks or adding compaction to the field.”

“I think the value in drone spraying comes from a few different things: there is no crop damage from turning or running down rows with a ground rig and you’re able to get out and apply right after a rain for more timely application. A drone can accurately apply in inaccessible areas such as pastures and around obstacles too.”

“I wanted to expand my drone business and bring a new and upcoming way to manage crop health with drone spaying to my local community of Benton County, Indiana. I felt working with Rantizo was the best way to do that.”

“By using a drone to apply pesticides it is easy and quick to get in and spray small acreages and pastures. Not leaving a footprint in the field allows for more time spraying when the ground is wet. I wanted to work with Rantizo because well, let’s face it, it is pretty cool to be able to use drones to spray and apply cover crops. Having the ability to start your own business while having the support and backing of Rantizo is huge. Rantizo helps take the guess work and stress out of it so you can get right to work. ”

“I joined Rantizo to help farmers receive top of the line technology to help increase crop yield. Drones provide a more cost effective application service to broadcast or spot treat, depending on what the farmer needs. Rantizo keeps reinventing new ways to help increase crop coverage while applying the rules provided by the FAA.”

“At Pickering Family Farms, we believe in technology, sustainability, and efficiency to drive our family farm. Rantizo’s revolutionary drone spraying technology helps accomplishes all three goals for us. We are excited to use it on our farm and use it to spray for others, helping farmers save chemical costs.”

“This year I sprayed some Bur Cucumber in a tasseled cornfield for a customer. He only had a few small 1-5 acre patches inside of a large field. He called me 3 days later and said  ‘Hey, I walked out and checked it, the cucumber is all brown and dead! That drone worked pretty slick for that.’ I will say, a phone call like that makes your day.”

“I was impressed with the modifications Rantizo made to the DJI Agras MG-1P drone that increases spraying efficiency and coverage area. Rantizo’s goal to deliver solutions is evident in its qualified teams’ commitment to continually improve and introduce new products and services to its customers. I recently purchased a new RTK Agras Drone, completed the Rantizo pilot certification program and look forward to working with Rantizo to build my business.”

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