Bee Vectoring Technologies International has revealed a record-breaking company purchase order from one of the top blueberry farmers within the United States, who will incorporate Vectorite along with the CR-7 (Clonostachys rosea CR-7) bio-based fungicide as well as a an organic precision agriculture system for their blueberry farms for the next harvest season of the Pacific Northwest.

“This new client is a grower of enterprise size with vast scale operations throughout major growing regions. They is planning to implement the BVT system across more than 500 acres in their operations that span Washington as well as Oregon,” said Ian Collinson the Sales Manager of BVT. “This important development is a clear indication of the increasing faith that farmers have in BVT’s system since the majority of growers have previously tested on small-sized acreages before making a commitment to an extensive portion of their business.”

After the first growing season in partnership with the customer BVT has the chance to acquire additional acreage in Oregon and also extend the relationship to California in which the grower is also a major landowner.

“This massive order is another sign of the increasing momentum being built for BVT within the Pacific Northwest region as we have recently announced a new large customer engagement, as also partnerships with a group of the largest distributors expanding BVT’s offerings. BVT is making huge strides throughout the Pacific Northwest which holds significant expansion potential for BVT because Washington competes with Georgia as the state that has the most blueberry acres in the country, and Oregon that is in fourth place, just behind Michigan(1),” continued Mr. Collinson.

The cultivator has been keeping an eye on BVT test results across the Pacific Northwest over the 2022 period, when the region experienced one of the highest cases of the disease in recent times.

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Ashish Malik

Bee Vectoring Technologies International Inc.