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Success Stories

Beeflow's technologies & pollination expertise have empowered growers to overcome pollination challenges and unlock new tools for crop management and harvest forecasts.

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Meet Beeflow's customers

Dive into Beeflow's journey alongside the growers who trusted the pollination experts.

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“Having Bees that will actually go seek out the blueberries obviously enhances pollination which increases our yield potential”

Carl Casale, Owner - CasaleAg  BLUEBERRIES
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“Beeflow is taking the latest  in science and technology and applying it to something as basic as pollination. It’s really progressive”

Stuart Woolf, Owner - Woolf Farming Company ALMONDS
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“Pollination is probably our single most important aspect of Almond farming”

Dino Giacomazzi, Owner - Giacomazzi farm ALMONDS

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Beeflow's impact: Ensure more pollination hours

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years pollinating California's almond crops
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7X
more flights at suboptimal temperatures
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25%
more effective hives
1.5 hives to achieve same visitation frequency than 2 hives
Data collected from +14 commercial trials from 2018 to 2023, CA, USA.
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5
years improving blueberry pollination
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+10%
higher bee activity
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+18%
more visits to blueberry flowers
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+11%
higher fruit weight
Compared to conventional pollination in 36 field trials from 2020 to 2023 (PNW region).
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Peru
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4
years improving blueberry pollination
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+16%
higher bee activity
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+43%
more visits to blueberry flowers
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+9%
higher fruit weight
Compared to conventional pollination in 7 commercial trials from 2020 to 2023  (La Libertad, Lambayeque, Ica).
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Mexico
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4
years improving blueberry pollination
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+44%
higher bee activity
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+28%
more visits to blueberry flowers
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+11%
higher fruit weight
Compared to conventional pollination in 6 commercial trials from 2019 to 2023(Jalisco).
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2,6X
more visits to flowers
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+27%
high quality berries
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-8%
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Data from 7 Beeflow pollinated plots compared to 3 grower standard plots (Oxnard, CA).
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Mexico
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+11X
berry weight
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+28%
high quality berries
Data from 3 Beeflow pollinated plots 2023 (Jalisco).
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THIRD PARTY VALIDATIONS

Meet the institutions and researchers who validated Beeflow's impact

Testing the efficacy of Beeflow’s bee nutrition technology in stressed and less-stressed systems.

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In conjunction with studies on honey bee colony performance at the USDA ARS honey bee health lab in Davis, CA.

Feb 2022 - Jan 2023

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Colonies fed the Beeflow diet:

Maintained larger populations over time.
Had a 2x likelihood of survival over the course of the year, especially with limited natural forage.
Went into winter dormancy with larger populations than those fed a standard diet, contributing to greater overwintering success for those colonies.

Beeflow reduced bee population loss over time:

Hive Grade over time:
Commercial crop environment
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Hive Grade over time:
Static environment (Apiary)
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Within each group, colonies were either fed the Beeflow diet (solid lines) or standard ‘pro-sweet’ sugar-syrup (dashed lines).  Frame counts could range from 0-16 frames of bees within any single hive.

Effect of Beeflow on Highbush Blueberry Pollination in Northwest Washington

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“Our interpretation to date is that Beeflow is a promising technology”

Dr. Lisa Wasko DeVetter
Washington State University

Two years of results (2021-2022): Beeflow technologies offered:

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Higher bee activity (suboptimal temperatures)
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Higher visitation frequency
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Higher fruit weight
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Impact
+50%
higher fruit weight
YEAR 1
+23%
higher fruit weight
YEAR 2