The drone-based crop analysis system developer secured $10.5m in a round led by Leaps by Bayer that also featured MIT-linked E14 Fund.

Guardian Agriculture, a US-based crop protection technology developer, raised $10.5m in a series A round yesterday backed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology-affiliated E14 Fund. Chemical and pharmaceutical producer Bayer led the round through corporate venture capital vehicle Leaps by Bayer, while Cavallo Ventures and FMC Ventures, respective vehicles for agribusiness Wilbur-Ellis and chemical provider…

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