Bee Vectoring Technologies International has announced a company record-breaking sales order with one of the largest blueberry growers in the United States, who will integrate Vectorite with CR-7 (Clonostachys rosea CR-7) biological fungicide and natural precision agriculture system on their blueberry operations in the upcoming growing season in the Pacific Northwest.
“This new customer is an enterprise-sized grower with large scale operations in multiple key growing regions and will be implementing the BVT system on over 500 acres of their operations spread across Washington and Oregon,” said Ian Collinson, Sales Manager at BVT. “This significant development is a strong indication of the growing confidence growers have in the BVT system as most growers historically have tested with small acreages first before committing to such a large portion of their operations.”
After this initial growing season with the customer, BVT will have the opportunity to gain further acreage in Oregon and extend the relationship into California, where the grower has significant acreage as well.
“This landmark-sized order is yet another example of the growing momentum that’s building for BVT in the Pacific Northwest region as we recently announced another large customer engagement as well as collaborations with an alliance of major distributors to continue to expand BVT’s product offerings. We are making tremendous strides in the Pacific Northwest which holds significant growth potential for BVT given that Washington rivals Georgia as the state with the largest blueberry acreage, as well as Oregon, which ranks fourth after third place Michigan(1),” continued Mr. Collinson.
The grower has been closely monitoring BVT trial results in the Pacific Northwest over the 2022 growing season, which experienced one of the worst disease incidences in recent years.
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