BVT is pleased to announce successful results from trials in sunflowers conducted during 2017. The trials were designed to evaluate the ability of the BVT system consisting of a bee hive with dispenser technology through which BVT’s proprietary plant beneficial microbe is delivered to crops, to manage sclerotinia head rot, an invasive fungal disease that causes high levels of loss in sunflowers and currently has no viable method of prevention.
BVT is pleased to announce successful trial results in blueberries. The trial was conducted near Parrsborough, Nova Scotia, Canada in low bush blueberries with the Wild Blueberry Research Program at Dalhousie University using BVT’s newly developed honeybee system, consisting of a honey bee hive with proprietary dispenser technology through which BVT’s proprietary plant beneficial microbe BVT-CR7 is delivered to crops using honey bees.
BVT announced today that it was recently selected to present at two major industry events. BVT Business Manager for EAME (Europe, Africa, Middle East), Christoph Lehnen, presented successful development results at the ABIM 2017 in Basel, Switzerland. BVT Marketing Manager, Ian Collinson, presented to an attending crowd of growers and crop consultants at the Biocontrols East trade conference in Orlando, Florida.
BVT announced today that its CEO, Ashish Malik, took part in a live interview for BBC’s World News broadcast in London, England yesterday morning. The interview was conducted as part of the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’ segment in which select leaders from innovative global companies are invited on to discuss their Company’s technology, business model and market potential.
BVT is pleased to announce that it has secured revenue commitments from several notable strawberry growers in Florida for the coming winter 2017 growing season.
BVT is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of three finalists for the prestigious global Agrow Awards in the category of Best Application Technology Innovation.
BVT is pleased to announce that it has received notice of allowance of key patent applications in two new and significant agricultural markets: Chile and Japan.
Bee Vectoring Technologies International Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed a non-brokered private placement of 3,922,000 units of the Company at a price of $0.20 per unit for gross proceeds of C$784,400 (the “Offering”).
BVT is pleased to provide details on its launch plan for the BVT System for the Florida market. The launch plan was developed together with Guardian Soil Solutions (Guardian), BVT’s new distributor for Florida (news release August 23, 2017).
BVT announces that its non-brokered private placement as set out in a news release dated June 26, 2017 is being re-priced. The offering will now consist of up to 3,500,000 Units at a price of C$0.20 per Unit (the “Units”) to raise aggregate gross proceeds of up to C$700,000 (the “Offering”).
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