BVT Overview

Our history

For 20 years, Bee Vectoring Technology (BVT) has been committed to the protection and evolution of sustainable, natural commercial farming solutions. We are the emerging company behind a revolutionary patented bee vectoring technology that uses commercially-reared bees to deliver targeted crop controls through the natural process of pollination.

BVT was incorporated pursuant to the provisions of the OBCA on January 24, 2012. However, the technology and intellectual property forming the basis of BVT’s business was initiated 20 years ago, and field trials and other testing have been ongoing since 2006. All intellectual property from the period before incorporation has been duly assigned and transferred to BVT.

Natural pest and disease management solutions

BVT is a leading technology company that uses commercially-reared bees to deliver sustainable and effective crop control. Our system is pioneering a major agricultural innovation, providing the foundation for comprehensive, stackable and highly targeted pest and disease management solutions. Essentially, our solution harnesses the power of nature’s best workers, helping growers improve crop quality with a significant decrease in the use of chemicals.

Partners in pollination: What is bee vectoring?

Our easy-to-use tray system introduces natural organic compounds to commercially-reared bees as they exit the hive. As the bees pollinate, they leave behind the foundation for a season-long, targeted pest and disease management program. The bees remain healthy and happy throughout the process.

Crops we help

Our comprehensive stackable pest and disease management solutions are highly targeted to help growers easily improve quality in numerous crops, for example:

BVT: Simply explained

Bee vectoring technology may sound complicated, but it’s actually a very simple, natural process. Watch the video to learn how BVT improves crop yields and significantly reduce the use of chemicals.

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