Ep 135: Bee Vectoring Technology

Ashish Malik is with Bee Vectoring Technology, a company revolutionizing how fungicide can be delivered to crops. In our interview today, Ashish and I chat about his background, how BVT’s creation works with bees to help crops, and how this can be used to help address sustainability in agriculture. Below is a video as well as some pictures that describe the technology in action.

Below features a quick interview from our coverage at the Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference where we spoke with some representatives from BVT.

Website: Bee Vectoring Website

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Show Notes:

  • Ashish’s Background
  • BVT – Bee Vectoring Technologies
  • What was the development process like?
  • How does this affect bee health?
  • Difference between Bumble Bees and Honey Bees
  • The inspiration behind BVT?
  • Issues facing bees and using them to help with crops
  • How does this technology help address sustainability?
  • Can you still use the bee honey after it uses this fungicide?
  • Your thoughts on “Bee drones” technology
  • Can this be used on all crops around the world?
  • What’s the future of BVT?
  • What long-term impact can this have on crops and farmers?

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