As Per New Research Report, Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market projected to grow with +22% CAGR during forecast period by Top Players like Ag Leader Technology, Trimble, John Deere, Iteris, AGCO, aWhere, Gamaya, Granular, Raven Industries

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a program that can adapt itself to execute tasks in real-time situations using cognitive processing as the human mind. As the program can analyze and adapt itself to real-time situations, it does not require constant supervision. In the agriculture industry, on the basis of application, AI technology has been segmented into robotics, crop and soil management, and animal husbandry.

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Table of Contents

Global Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market Research Report 2017

Chapter 1 Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market Forecast

Agrow Seed Treatments – New Edition 2017

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ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Agrow Seed Treatments – New Edition 2017 to its growing collection of premium market research reports.

By ordering our latest report on the global seed treatments market you will gain critical insight on how to take advantage of a market set to undergo change from newly implemented farming methods and legislation; such as government intervention and neonicotinoid concerns from an environmental standpoint.

The introduction of systemic fungicides and insecticides has led to more effective seed treatments, but this report also covers the seven other major seed treatments, including; biologicials, biostimulants, micronutrients, herbicides and others, along with company profiles and newly patented products.

This NEW 422 page report provides insight on:

  1. Company profiles of the twelve major players
    2. New products and company consolidation
    3. Profiles of 33 fungicides and 12 insecticides
    4. Reviews of the new farming methods and legislations that have been introduced

 

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Executive summary 13

  1. Introduction to seed treatments 20

1.1 Summary 20
1.2 Scope of report 20
1.3 Global seed industry 21
1.4 History of seed treatments 22
1.5 Size of the seed treatment market 22
1.6 Characteristics of seed treatments 25
1.7 Advantages of seed treatments 25
1.8 Disadvantages of seed treatments 28
1.9 Market drivers 29
1.10 Market restraints 33
1.11 References 34

  1. Seed treatments by crop 36

2.1 Summary 36
2.2 Global crop areas 37
2.3 Seed treatment sales 38
2.4 Wheat 40
2.4.1 Overview 40
2.4.2 India 44
2.4.3 EU 45
2.4.4 China 45
2.4.5 Russia 46
2.4.6 US 47
2.5 Maize 48
2.5.1 Overview 48
2.5.2 China 50
2.5.3 US 50
2.5.4 Brazil 52
2.6 Soybeans 53
2.6.1 Overview 53
2.6.2 US 55
2.6.3 Brazil 58
2.6.4 Argentina 59
2.7 Cotton 62
2.7.1 Overview 62
2.7.2 India 64
2.7.3 China 65
2.7.4 US 65
2.8 References 67

  1. Formulation and application 75

3.1 Summary 75
3.2 Types of seed treatment formulations 76
3.2.1 Overview 76
3.2.2 Powder for dry seed treatment (DS) 77
3.2.3 Water dispersible powder for slurry seed treatment (WS) 78
3.2.4 Solution for seed treatment (LS) 78
3.2.5 Flowable concentrate for seed treatment (FS) 78
3.2.6 Others 79
3.3 Seed enhancement 80
3.3.1 Overview 80
3.3.2 Coatings 81
3.3.3 Pelleting 84
3.3.4 Conditioning 84
3.3.5 Priming 85
3.3.6 Colourants 86
3.4 Equipment 87
3.4.1 Factors influencing choice 87
3.4.2 Types of seed treatment equipment 88
3.5 Customisation or prescription treating 89
3.6 Limiting dust-off 90
3.7 International Seed Federation 93
3.8 References 93

  1. Control of diseases 97

4.1 Summary 97
4.2 Introduction 97
4.3 Disease groups 98
4.3.1 Damping-off and seedling blights 98
4.3.2 Root and foot rots 99
4.3.3 Smuts and bunts 100
4.3.4 Bacterial diseases 100
4.4 Disease sources 101
4.4.1 Seed-borne fungal diseases 101
4.4.2 Soil-borne fungal diseases 101
4.5 Crop diseases targeted by seed treatments 102
4.6 Active ingredients used as fungicides for seed treatments 103
4.7 Non-chemical control 105
4.8 References 106

  1. Control of insects and other pests 107

5.1 Summary 107
5.2 Introduction 107
5.3 Pest targets 107
5.3.1 Soil-dwelling insects 108
5.3.2 Foliar-feeding insects 108
5.3.3 Nematodes 109
5.4 Crop insect pests targeted by seed treatments 109
5.5 Active ingredients used as insecticides for seed treatments 110
5.6 Restrictions on neonicotinoids 111
5.6.1 EU 111
5.6.2 US 117
5.6.3 Canada 124
5.7 References 129

  1. Other types of seed treatment 136

6.1 Summary 136
6.2 Biological control agents 136
6.3 Rhizobial inoculants 141
6.4 Biostimulants 142
6.5 Plant nutrients 145
6.6 Plant growth regulators (PGRs) 146
6.7 Bird and animal repellents 147
6.8 Herbicide safeners 147
6.9 Others 147
6.10 References 149

  1. Company profiles 153

7.1 Summary 153
7.2 Adama Agricultural Solutions 155
7.2.1 Introduction 155
7.2.2 Products 155
7.2.3 R&D 156
7.2.4 Strategy 157
7.2.5 References 158
7.3 Arysta 159
7.3.1 Introduction 159
7.3.2 Products 159
7.3.3 R&D 161
7.3.4 Strategy 161
7.3.5 References 162
7.4 BASF 163
7.4.1 Introduction 163
7.4.2 Products 163
7.4.3 R&D 167
7.4.4 Strategy 167
7.4.5 References 169
7.5 Bayer CropScience 170
7.5.1 Introduction 170
7.5.2 Products 172
7.5.3 R&D 175
7.5.4 Strategy 178
7.5.5 References 181
7.6 Dow AgroSciences 185
7.6.1 Introduction 185
7.6.2 Strategy 185
7.6.3 References 186
7.7 DuPont 186
7.7.1 Introduction 186
7.7.2 Products 187
7.7.3 R&D 189
7.7.4 Strategy 189
7.7.5 References 190
7.8 FMC 192
7.8.1 Introduction 192
7.8.2 Products 193
7.8.3 R&D 194
7.8.4 Strategy 195
7.8.5 References 195
7.9 Incotec 196
7.9.1 Introduction 196
7.9.2 Products 197
7.9.3 Strategy 197
7.9.4 References 199
7.10 Monsanto 201
7.10.1 Introduction 201
7.10.2 Products 201
7.10.3 R&D 203
7.10.4 Strategy 203
7.10.5 References 205
7.11 Nufarm 207
7.11.1 Introduction 207
7.11.2 Products 209
7.11.3 Strategy 210
7.11.4 References 211
7.12 Sumitomo Chemical 211
7.12.1 Introduction 211
7.12.2 Products 212
7.12.3 R&D 213
7.12.4 Strategy 214
7.12.5 References 215
7.13 Syngenta 216
7.13.1 Introduction 216
7.13.2 Products 218
7.13.3 R&D 221
7.13.4 Strategy 222
7.13.5 References 225
7.14 UPL 228
7.14.1 Introduction 228
7.14.2 Products 229
7.14.3 R&D 229
7.14.4 Strategy 229
7.14.5 References 229

  1. Fungicides 230

8.1 Azoxystrobin 230
8.1.1 Chemistry 230
8.1.2 Uses 231
8.1.3 Registration 231
8.1.4 Uses as a seed treatment 232
8.2 Captan 236
8.2.1 Chemistry 236
8.2.2 Uses 236
8.2.3 Registration 237
8.2.4 Uses as a seed treatment 238
8.3 Carbendazim 239
8.3.1 Chemistry 239
8.3.2 Uses 239
8.3.3 Registration 240
8.3.4 Uses as a seed treatment 240
8.4 Carboxin 242
8.4.1 Chemistry 242
8.4.2 Uses 242
8.4.3 Registration 243
8.4.4 Uses as a seed treatment 244
8.5 Difenoconazole 246
8.5.1 Chemistry 246
8.5.2 Uses 246
8.5.3 Registration 247
8.5.4 Uses as a seed treatment 248
8.6 Ethaboxam 251
8.6.1 Chemistry 251
8.6.2 Uses 251
8.6.3 Registration 252
8.6.4 Uses as a seed treatment 252
8.7 Fludioxonil 254
8.7.1 Chemistry 254
8.7.2 Uses 254
8.7.3 Registration 255
8.7.4 Uses as a seed treatment 256
8.8 Fluopyram 259
8.8.1 Chemistry 259
8.8.2 Uses 259
8.8.3 Registration 260
8.8.4 Uses as a seed treatment 260
8.9 Fluoxastrobin 263
8.9.1 Chemistry 263
8.9.2 Uses 263
8.9.3 Registration 264
8.9.4 Uses as a seed treatment 265
8.10 Fluquinconazole 267
8.10.1 Chemistry 267
8.10.2 Uses 267
8.10.3 Registration 268
8.10.4 Uses as a seed treatment 268
8.11 Flutriafol 270
8.11.1 Chemistry 270
8.11.2 Uses 270
8.11.3 Registration 271
8.11.4 Uses as a seed treatment 271
8.12 Fluxapyroxad 273
8.12.1 Chemistry 273
8.12.2 Uses 273
8.12.3 Registration 274
8.12.4 Uses as a seed treatment 274
8.13 Imazalil 277
8.13.1 Chemistry 277
8.13.2 Uses 277
8.13.3 Registration 278
8.13.4 Uses as a seed treatment 279
8.14 Ipconazole 280
8.14.1 Chemistry 280
8.14.2 Uses 280
8.14.3 Registration 281
8.14.4 Uses as a seed treatment 282
8.15 Iprodione 285
8.15.1 Chemistry 285
8.15.2 Uses 285
8.15.3 Registration 286
8.15.4 Uses as a seed treatment 287
8.16 Mancozeb 289
8.16.1 Chemistry 289
8.16.2 Uses 289
8.16.3 Registration 290
8.16.4 Uses as a seed treatment 291
8.17 Metalaxyl, metalaxyl-M (mefenoxam) 294
8.17.1 Chemistry 294
8.17.2 Uses 295
8.17.3 Registration 295
8.17.4 Uses as a seed treatment 297
8.18 Metconazole 300
8.18.1 Chemistry 300
8.18.2 Uses 300
8.18.3 Registration 301
8.18.4 Uses as a seed treatment 302
8.19 Myclobutanil 304
8.19.1 Chemistry 304
8.19.2 Uses 304
8.19.3 Registration 305
8.19.4 Uses as a seed treatment 306
8.20 Pencycuron 307
8.20.1 Chemistry 307
8.20.2 Uses 307
8.20.3 Registration 308
8.20.4 Uses as a seed treatment 308
8.21 Penflufen 309
8.21.1 Chemistry 309
8.21.2 Uses 309
8.21.3 Registration 310
8.21.4 Uses as a seed treatment 310
8.22 Prochloraz 313
8.22.1 Chemistry 313
8.22.2 Uses 313
8.22.3 Registration 314
8.22.4 Uses as a seed treatment 315
8.23 Prothioconazole 317
8.23.1 Chemistry 317
8.23.2 Uses 317
8.23.3 Registration 318
8.23.4 Uses as a seed treatment 318
8.24 Pyraclostrobin 321
8.24.1 Chemistry 321
8.24.2 Uses 321
8.24.3 Registration 322
8.24.4 Uses as a seed treatment 323
8.25 Pyrimethanil 327
8.25.1 Chemistry 327
8.25.2 Uses 327
8.25.3 Registration 328
8.25.4 Uses as a seed treatment 328
8.26 Sedaxane 330
8.26.1 Chemistry 330
8.26.2 Uses 330
8.26.3 Registration 331
8.26.4 Uses as a seed treatment 332
8.27 Silthiofam 336
8.27.1 Chemistry 336
8.27.2 Uses 336
8.27.3 Registration 337
8.27.4 Uses as a seed treatment 337
8.28 Tebuconazole 339
8.28.1 Chemistry 339
8.28.2 Uses 339
8.28.3 Registration 340
8.28.4 Uses as a seed treatment 341
8.29 Thiabendazole 344
8.29.1 Chemistry 344
8.29.2 Uses 344
8.29.3 Registration 345
8.29.4 Uses as a seed treatment 345
8.30 Thiram 347
8.30.1 Chemistry 347
8.30.2 Uses 347
8.30.3 Registration 348
8.30.4 Uses as a seed treatment 349
8.31 Triadimenol 352
8.31.1 Chemistry 352
8.31.2 Uses 352
8.31.3 Registration 353
8.31.4 Uses as a seed treatment 354
8.32 Trifloxystrobin 355
8.32.1 Chemistry 355
8.32.2 Uses 355
8.32.3 Registration 356
8.32.4 Uses as a seed treatment 356
8.33 Triticonazole 358
8.33.1 Chemistry 358
8.33.2 Uses 358
8.33.3 Registration 359
8.33.4 Uses as a seed treatment 360

  1. Insecticides 363

9.1 Abamectin 363
9.1.1 Chemistry 363
9.1.2 Uses 364
9.1.3 Registration 364
9.1.4 Uses as a seed treatment 365
9.2 Chlorantraniliprole 368
9.2.1 Chemistry 368
9.2.2 Uses 369
9.2.3 Registration 369
9.2.4 Uses as a seed treatment 370
9.3 Chlorpyrifos 373
9.3.1 Chemistry 373
9.3.2 Uses 373
9.3.3 Registration 374
9.3.4 Uses as a seed treatment 375
9.4 Clothianidin 377
9.4.1 Chemistry 377
9.4.2 Uses 377
9.4.3 Registration 378
9.4.4 Uses as a seed treatment 379
9.5 Cyantraniliprole 382
9.5.1 Chemistry 382
9.5.2 Uses 383
9.5.3 Registration 383
9.5.4 Uses as a seed treatment 385
9.6 Fipronil 388
9.6.1 Chemistry 388
9.6.2 Uses 389
9.6.3 Registration 389
9.6.4 Uses as a seed treatment 391
9.7 Imidacloprid 395
9.7.1 Chemistry 395
9.7.2 Uses 396
9.7.3 Registration 396
9.7.4 Uses as a seed treatment 397
9.8 Methiocarb 401
9.8.1 Chemistry 401
9.8.2 Uses 401
9.8.3 Registration 402
9.8.4 Uses as a seed treatment 403
9.9 Permethrin 404
9.9.1 Chemistry 404
9.9.2 Uses 404
9.9.3 Registration 405
9.9.4 Uses as a seed treatment 405
9.10 Tefluthrin 406
9.10.1 Chemistry 406
9.10.2 Uses 406
9.10.3 Registration 407
9.10.4 Uses as a seed treatment 408
9.11 Thiamethoxam 409
9.11.1 Chemistry 409
9.11.2 Uses 409
9.11.3 Registration 410
9.11.4 Uses as a seed treatment 411
9.12 Thiodicarb 416
9.12.1 Chemistry 416
9.12.2 Uses 416
9.12.3 Registration 417
9.12.4 Uses as a seed treatment 417

  1. Abbreviations 419

 

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Agrow Pesticide Registration in Vietnam 2017

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ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Agrow Pesticide Registration in Vietnam 2017 to its growing collection of premium market research reports.

This latest Agrow report examines Vietnam’s pesticide imports from over 50 countries which is valued at about $850 per year. The volume of imports has remained steady at 160mn tons/year, but saw a sudden spike in 2016 with the first three quarters worth 90% of the total in 2015.

 

This report is the only report in English offering advice and guidance on how to get product approval and navigate the complex regulatory procedures, and who to contact in Viet Nam.

 

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Contents 1

List of Abbreviations 6

Executive Summary 8

Chapter 1: Introduction of Viet Nam Agriculture and Pesticide Market 9

1.1 Soils and Topography of Viet Nam 9
1.1.1 North-eastern Region 9
1.1.2 Northeast Hoang Lien Son Region 9
1.1.3 The North-west (Tay Bac Region) 10
1.1.4 Northern Central Region 10
1.1.5 Central Southern Coastal Region 11
1.1.6 North-west Delta Region 11
1.1.7 Tay Nguyen Region 11
1.1.8 The South-eastern Region 11
1.1.9 Mekong Delta Region 11
1.2 Climate and Agro-Ecological Zones 13
1.2.1 North-eastern Region 13
1.2.2 Northeast Hoang Lien Son Region 13
1.2.3 The North-west (Tay Bac Region) 13
1.2.4 Northern Central Region 14
1.2.5 Central Southern Coastal Region 14
1.2.6 North-west Delta Region 14
1.2.7 Tay Nguyen Region 14
1.2.8 The South-eastern Region 14
1.2.9 Mekong Delta Region 15
1.3 Crops Distribution in Viet Nam 16
1.4 Crop Distribution in Viet Nam 20
1.5 Main Pests 20
1.6 Challenge for agriculture in Viet Nam 20
1.7 Agricultural development strategy until 2020 20
1.8 Imported Pesticides Situation in Viet Nam 21

Chapter 2: Pesticide Industry History of Viet Nam 25

2.1 Stage one: before 1957 25
2.2 Stage two: 1957-1990 25
2.3 Stage three: 1990-now 26

Chapter 3: Pesticides Regulatory Authorities of Viet Nam 27

3.1 Plant Protection Department 27
3.1.1 The responsibilities of pesticide management are as follow: 27
3.1.2 The responsibilities of pesticide testing are as follow: 27
3.1.3 The responsibilities of pesticide production management are as follow: 28
3.1.4 The responsibilities of import and export management are as follow: 28
3.1.5 The responsibilities of pesticide quality control are as follow: 28
3.1.6 The responsibilities of pesticide conformity management are as follow: 28
3.1.7 The responsibilities of pesticide advertising management are as follow: 29
3.1.8 The responsibilities of pesticide application management are as follow: 29
3.2 Pesticide Registration Agency 30

Chapter 4: Legal Framework of Pesticide Registration of Viet Nam 32

4.1 Legal System for Pesticide Registrations 32
4.2 Pesticide Definition 32

Chapter 5: Pesticide Product Registration of Viet Nam 34

5.1 General provisions on pesticide product registration 34
5.1.1 General principles on pesticide product registration 34
5.1.2 Pesticide products banned for registration in Viet Nam 35
5.1.3 Restricted pesticide products 37
5.1.4 Registration procedure 37
5.2 Issuance, reissuance of pesticide testing 39
5.2.1 General principles of issuance of the permit for pesticide testing 39
5.2.2 Application, process and procedures for issuance of the testing permit used as a necessary document submitted to apply for the official registration 40
5.2.3 Documentation included in the application, process and procedure for issuance of the
testing permit used as a necessary document to apply for the supplemental registration 41
5.2.4 Documentation included in the application, process and procedure for reissuance of the
testing permit 41
5.3 Issuance, reissuance and renewal of the certificate of pesticide product registration 42
5.3.1 Application, process and procedure for issuance of the Certificate of pesticide
product registration 42
5.3.2 Application, process and procedure for renewal of the Certificate of pesticide
product registration 43
5.3.3 Application, process and procedure for reissuance of the Certificate of pesticide
product registration in case of being lost, damaged or containing errors 43
5.3.4 Application, process and procedure for reissuance of the Certificate of pesticide
product registration in case of change made to commercial names, information
concerning organizations or individuals applying for registration 44

Chapter 6: Pesticide Product Testing of Viet Nam 49

6.1 General principles of pesticide product testing 49
6.2 Testing process 49
6.3 Guidance on conditions that pesticide testing organizations must meet to conduct pesticide
product testing 51

Chapter 7: Pesticide Product’s Technical Documents of Viet Nam 52

7.1 Requirements for format of the technical documents 52
7.2 Requirements for content of the technical documents 52
7.3 Technical document for pesticide registration 53

Chapter 8: Pesticide Quality Control of Viet Nam 61

8.1 Basis for quality inspection 61
8.2 Regulatory inspection of imported pesticide product quality 61
8.3 Application, process for State inspection of imported pesticide product quality 61
8.4 Complaint handling and imposition of penalty for violations arising in the regulatory inspection
of imported pesticide product quality 63
8.5 Responsibilities of the conformity assessment organization 64
8.6 Responsibilities of importers of pesticide products 64
8.7 Regulatory quality inspection of pesticide products circulated in the market 65

Chapter 9: Recall and Eradication Pesticide Product of Viet Nam 66

9.1 Process for compulsory recall of pesticide products 66
9.2 Authority to grant the decision on compulsory recall of pesticide products 67

Chapter 10: Pesticide Label of Viet Nam 68

10.1 General principles of pesticide product labels 68
10.1.1 Principles of pesticide product labeling 68
10.1.2 Position, size of labels mounted on pesticide products 68
10.1.3 Color, presentation of texts, symbols and images used on the pesticide product label 68
10.1.4 Presentation language 69
10.1.5 Contents printed on the pesticide product label 69
10.2 Compulsory contents printed on the pesticide product label 69
10.2.1 Compulsory contents printed on the formulated pesticide product label 69
10.2.2 Secondary pesticide product label 70
10.2.3 Compulsory contents printed on the technical pesticides 70
10.3 Pesticide product labeling method 70
10.3.1 Method of printing compulsory contents on the pesticide product label 70

Chapter 11: Analysis on Current Registrations of Viet Nam 74

11.1 Permissible plant protection substances in Viet Nam 74
11.2 Plant protection substances banned in Viet Nam 75

 

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Agrow Pesticide Registration in the Philippines 2017

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This latest Agrow report examines the Philippines crop product registration for synthetic pesticides and bio-pesticides, and details the current regulatory system under the FPA (Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority), and allied bodies.

The report focuses on the Philippines legal system of agrochemical registrations and bio-pesticide registration and provides a general overview of different types of registrations and requirements and steps for these registrations.

 

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Contents 1

List of Abbreviations 4

Executive Summary 6

Chapter 1: General Situation of Philippines Agriculture and Crop Protection 7

1.1 Crop Protection Use in the Philippines 8
1.1.1 Industry Overview 8
1.1.2 International Suppliers 9
1.1.3 Value Chain 10
1.1.4 Key Market Pests 11
1.1.5 Control of Illegal Pesticides and Counterfeit 11

Chapter 2: Philippine Legal System of Agrochemical Registrations 13

2.1 The Legal System of Agrochemical Registrations 13
2.2 The Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority 13
2.3 Protection Registration Requirements, and Process and Licenses 14
2.3.1 General Overview 14
2.3.2 Requirements for Registration 15
2.3.3 Steps in Processing an Application 16
2.4 Licenses 17
2.4.1 License to Distribute 18
2.4.2 License to Repack 18
2.4.3 License to Formulate 19
2.5 Renewal of Registrations 19

Chapter 3: Philippine Legal System of Bio-Pesticide Registrations 21

3.1 The Legal System for Bio-Pesticide Registrations 21

Chapter 4: H.ANNEX 22

4.1 H.1 FPA Functions and Responsibilities 22
4.2 H.2 Data Requirement for the Registration and Experimental Uses of Pesticide Products 23
4.2.1 H.2 General and Specific 23
4.2.2 H.2 Bioefficacy 25
4.2.3 H.2 Toxicology 26
4.2.4 H.2 Human Exposure and Safety 29
4.2.5 H.2 Environmental Effects 30
4.2.6 H.2 Residue in Food 32
4.2.7 H.2 Environmental Fate and Transport 32
4.2.8 H.2 Notes to Read the Tables 34
4.4 H.4 Schedule of Revised Fees and Charges for Pesticide Product Registration 36
4.4.1 H.4.1 Estimated Cost of Field Trials 37
4.5 H.5 Applications and Requirements 37
4.5.1 H.5.1 Licensing of Pesticide Companies and Other Handlers 37
4.5.2 H.5.2 Licensing of Dealers 38
4.5.3 H.5.5 Validity, Renewal and Fee 39
4.6 H.6 Schedule of Revised Fees and Charges for Accreditation/Licensing of Pesticide Handlers 39
4.7 H.7 Bio-pesticides Registration Process and Requirement 40
4.7.1 H.7 New Application – Organic Bio-Control Agents (OBCA) / Organic Soil Amendments (OSA) 40
4.7.2 H.7 Bio-Pesticides Registration Process and Requirements – Upgrading to Full Registration – Organic Bio-Control Agents (OBCA) / Organic Soil Amendments (OSA) 42
4.8 H.7 Bio-Pesticides Registration Process and Requirements – Renewal Application – Organic Bio-Control Agents (OBCA) / Organic Soil Amendments (OSA) 43

 

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Agrow Pesticide Registration in China 2017

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China is the world’s largest generic crop protection product manufacturing country. While its exporting power increasingly attracts attention from competitors, new rules for Chinese pesticide management regulation have just come into effect, changing the procedures for product registration and approval.

This unique new report, the only one available in English, specifically focuses on these new rules, while also describing other legal frameworks, guidelines and ministerial contacts necessary for pesticide registration in China.

The study also summarises the top 10 countries targeted by China in terms of exports and products, both by value and volume, giving you valuable competitor insight.

 

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Executive summary 13

  1. Introduction to seed treatments 20

1.1 Summary 20
1.2 Scope of report 20
1.3 Global seed industry 21
1.4 History of seed treatments 22
1.5 Size of the seed treatment market 22
1.6 Characteristics of seed treatments 25
1.7 Advantages of seed treatments 25
1.8 Disadvantages of seed treatments 28
1.9 Market drivers 29
1.10 Market restraints 33
1.11 References 34

  1. Seed treatments by crop 36

2.1 Summary 36
2.2 Global crop areas 37
2.3 Seed treatment sales 38
2.4 Wheat 40
2.4.1 Overview 40
2.4.2 India 44
2.4.3 EU 45
2.4.4 China 45
2.4.5 Russia 46
2.4.6 US 47
2.5 Maize 48
2.5.1 Overview 48
2.5.2 China 50
2.5.3 US 50
2.5.4 Brazil 52
2.6 Soybeans 53
2.6.1 Overview 53
2.6.2 US 55
2.6.3 Brazil 58
2.6.4 Argentina 59
2.7 Cotton 62
2.7.1 Overview 62
2.7.2 India 64
2.7.3 China 65
2.7.4 US 65
2.8 References 67

  1. Formulation and application 75

3.1 Summary 75
3.2 Types of seed treatment formulations 76
3.2.1 Overview 76
3.2.2 Powder for dry seed treatment (DS) 77
3.2.3 Water dispersible powder for slurry seed treatment (WS) 78
3.2.4 Solution for seed treatment (LS) 78
3.2.5 Flowable concentrate for seed treatment (FS) 78
3.2.6 Others 79
3.3 Seed enhancement 80
3.3.1 Overview 80
3.3.2 Coatings 81
3.3.3 Pelleting 84
3.3.4 Conditioning 84
3.3.5 Priming 85
3.3.6 Colourants 86
3.4 Equipment 87
3.4.1 Factors influencing choice 87
3.4.2 Types of seed treatment equipment 88
3.5 Customisation or prescription treating 89
3.6 Limiting dust-off 90
3.7 International Seed Federation 93
3.8 References 93

  1. Control of diseases 97

4.1 Summary 97
4.2 Introduction 97
4.3 Disease groups 98
4.3.1 Damping-off and seedling blights 98
4.3.2 Root and foot rots 99
4.3.3 Smuts and bunts 100
4.3.4 Bacterial diseases 100
4.4 Disease sources 101
4.4.1 Seed-borne fungal diseases 101
4.4.2 Soil-borne fungal diseases 101
4.5 Crop diseases targeted by seed treatments 102
4.6 Active ingredients used as fungicides for seed treatments 103
4.7 Non-chemical control 105
4.8 References 106

  1. Control of insects and other pests 107

5.1 Summary 107
5.2 Introduction 107
5.3 Pest targets 107
5.3.1 Soil-dwelling insects 108
5.3.2 Foliar-feeding insects 108
5.3.3 Nematodes 109
5.4 Crop insect pests targeted by seed treatments 109
5.5 Active ingredients used as insecticides for seed treatments 110
5.6 Restrictions on neonicotinoids 111
5.6.1 EU 111
5.6.2 US 117
5.6.3 Canada 124
5.7 References 129

  1. Other types of seed treatment 136

6.1 Summary 136
6.2 Biological control agents 136
6.3 Rhizobial inoculants 141
6.4 Biostimulants 142
6.5 Plant nutrients 145
6.6 Plant growth regulators (PGRs) 146
6.7 Bird and animal repellents 147
6.8 Herbicide safeners 147
6.9 Others 147
6.10 References 149

  1. Company profiles 153

7.1 Summary 153
7.2 Adama Agricultural Solutions 155
7.2.1 Introduction 155
7.2.2 Products 155
7.2.3 R&D 156
7.2.4 Strategy 157
7.2.5 References 158
7.3 Arysta 159
7.3.1 Introduction 159
7.3.2 Products 159
7.3.3 R&D 161
7.3.4 Strategy 161
7.3.5 References 162
7.4 BASF 163
7.4.1 Introduction 163
7.4.2 Products 163
7.4.3 R&D 167
7.4.4 Strategy 167
7.4.5 References 169
7.5 Bayer CropScience 170
7.5.1 Introduction 170
7.5.2 Products 172
7.5.3 R&D 175
7.5.4 Strategy 178
7.5.5 References 181
7.6 Dow AgroSciences 185
7.6.1 Introduction 185
7.6.2 Strategy 185
7.6.3 References 186
7.7 DuPont 186
7.7.1 Introduction 186
7.7.2 Products 187
7.7.3 R&D 189
7.7.4 Strategy 189
7.7.5 References 190
7.8 FMC 192
7.8.1 Introduction 192
7.8.2 Products 193
7.8.3 R&D 194
7.8.4 Strategy 195
7.8.5 References 195
7.9 Incotec 196
7.9.1 Introduction 196
7.9.2 Products 197
7.9.3 Strategy 197
7.9.4 References 199
7.10 Monsanto 201
7.10.1 Introduction 201
7.10.2 Products 201
7.10.3 R&D 203
7.10.4 Strategy 203
7.10.5 References 205
7.11 Nufarm 207
7.11.1 Introduction 207
7.11.2 Products 209
7.11.3 Strategy 210
7.11.4 References 211
7.12 Sumitomo Chemical 211
7.12.1 Introduction 211
7.12.2 Products 212
7.12.3 R&D 213
7.12.4 Strategy 214
7.12.5 References 215
7.13 Syngenta 216
7.13.1 Introduction 216
7.13.2 Products 218
7.13.3 R&D 221
7.13.4 Strategy 222
7.13.5 References 225
7.14 UPL 228
7.14.1 Introduction 228
7.14.2 Products 229
7.14.3 R&D 229
7.14.4 Strategy 229
7.14.5 References 229

  1. Fungicides 230

8.1 Azoxystrobin 230
8.1.1 Chemistry 230
8.1.2 Uses 231
8.1.3 Registration 231
8.1.4 Uses as a seed treatment 232
8.2 Captan 236
8.2.1 Chemistry 236
8.2.2 Uses 236
8.2.3 Registration 237
8.2.4 Uses as a seed treatment 238
8.3 Carbendazim 239
8.3.1 Chemistry 239
8.3.2 Uses 239
8.3.3 Registration 240
8.3.4 Uses as a seed treatment 240
8.4 Carboxin 242
8.4.1 Chemistry 242
8.4.2 Uses 242
8.4.3 Registration 243
8.4.4 Uses as a seed treatment 244
8.5 Difenoconazole 246
8.5.1 Chemistry 246
8.5.2 Uses 246
8.5.3 Registration 247
8.5.4 Uses as a seed treatment 248
8.6 Ethaboxam 251
8.6.1 Chemistry 251
8.6.2 Uses 251
8.6.3 Registration 252
8.6.4 Uses as a seed treatment 252
8.7 Fludioxonil 254
8.7.1 Chemistry 254
8.7.2 Uses 254
8.7.3 Registration 255
8.7.4 Uses as a seed treatment 256
8.8 Fluopyram 259
8.8.1 Chemistry 259
8.8.2 Uses 259
8.8.3 Registration 260
8.8.4 Uses as a seed treatment 260
8.9 Fluoxastrobin 263
8.9.1 Chemistry 263
8.9.2 Uses 263
8.9.3 Registration 264
8.9.4 Uses as a seed treatment 265
8.10 Fluquinconazole 267
8.10.1 Chemistry 267
8.10.2 Uses 267
8.10.3 Registration 268
8.10.4 Uses as a seed treatment 268
8.11 Flutriafol 270
8.11.1 Chemistry 270
8.11.2 Uses 270
8.11.3 Registration 271
8.11.4 Uses as a seed treatment 271
8.12 Fluxapyroxad 273
8.12.1 Chemistry 273
8.12.2 Uses 273
8.12.3 Registration 274
8.12.4 Uses as a seed treatment 274
8.13 Imazalil 277
8.13.1 Chemistry 277
8.13.2 Uses 277
8.13.3 Registration 278
8.13.4 Uses as a seed treatment 279
8.14 Ipconazole 280
8.14.1 Chemistry 280
8.14.2 Uses 280
8.14.3 Registration 281
8.14.4 Uses as a seed treatment 282
8.15 Iprodione 285
8.15.1 Chemistry 285
8.15.2 Uses 285
8.15.3 Registration 286
8.15.4 Uses as a seed treatment 287
8.16 Mancozeb 289
8.16.1 Chemistry 289
8.16.2 Uses 289
8.16.3 Registration 290
8.16.4 Uses as a seed treatment 291
8.17 Metalaxyl, metalaxyl-M (mefenoxam) 294
8.17.1 Chemistry 294
8.17.2 Uses 295
8.17.3 Registration 295
8.17.4 Uses as a seed treatment 297
8.18 Metconazole 300
8.18.1 Chemistry 300
8.18.2 Uses 300
8.18.3 Registration 301
8.18.4 Uses as a seed treatment 302
8.19 Myclobutanil 304
8.19.1 Chemistry 304
8.19.2 Uses 304
8.19.3 Registration 305
8.19.4 Uses as a seed treatment 306
8.20 Pencycuron 307
8.20.1 Chemistry 307
8.20.2 Uses 307
8.20.3 Registration 308
8.20.4 Uses as a seed treatment 308
8.21 Penflufen 309
8.21.1 Chemistry 309
8.21.2 Uses 309
8.21.3 Registration 310
8.21.4 Uses as a seed treatment 310
8.22 Prochloraz 313
8.22.1 Chemistry 313
8.22.2 Uses 313
8.22.3 Registration 314
8.22.4 Uses as a seed treatment 315
8.23 Prothioconazole 317
8.23.1 Chemistry 317
8.23.2 Uses 317
8.23.3 Registration 318
8.23.4 Uses as a seed treatment 318
8.24 Pyraclostrobin 321
8.24.1 Chemistry 321
8.24.2 Uses 321
8.24.3 Registration 322
8.24.4 Uses as a seed treatment 323
8.25 Pyrimethanil 327
8.25.1 Chemistry 327
8.25.2 Uses 327
8.25.3 Registration 328
8.25.4 Uses as a seed treatment 328
8.26 Sedaxane 330
8.26.1 Chemistry 330
8.26.2 Uses 330
8.26.3 Registration 331
8.26.4 Uses as a seed treatment 332
8.27 Silthiofam 336
8.27.1 Chemistry 336
8.27.2 Uses 336
8.27.3 Registration 337
8.27.4 Uses as a seed treatment 337
8.28 Tebuconazole 339
8.28.1 Chemistry 339
8.28.2 Uses 339
8.28.3 Registration 340
8.28.4 Uses as a seed treatment 341
8.29 Thiabendazole 344
8.29.1 Chemistry 344
8.29.2 Uses 344
8.29.3 Registration 345
8.29.4 Uses as a seed treatment 345
8.30 Thiram 347
8.30.1 Chemistry 347
8.30.2 Uses 347
8.30.3 Registration 348
8.30.4 Uses as a seed treatment 349
8.31 Triadimenol 352
8.31.1 Chemistry 352
8.31.2 Uses 352
8.31.3 Registration 353
8.31.4 Uses as a seed treatment 354
8.32 Trifloxystrobin 355
8.32.1 Chemistry 355
8.32.2 Uses 355
8.32.3 Registration 356
8.32.4 Uses as a seed treatment 356
8.33 Triticonazole 358
8.33.1 Chemistry 358
8.33.2 Uses 358
8.33.3 Registration 359
8.33.4 Uses as a seed treatment 360

  1. Insecticides 363

9.1 Abamectin 363
9.1.1 Chemistry 363
9.1.2 Uses 364
9.1.3 Registration 364
9.1.4 Uses as a seed treatment 365
9.2 Chlorantraniliprole 368
9.2.1 Chemistry 368
9.2.2 Uses 369
9.2.3 Registration 369
9.2.4 Uses as a seed treatment 370
9.3 Chlorpyrifos 373
9.3.1 Chemistry 373
9.3.2 Uses 373
9.3.3 Registration 374
9.3.4 Uses as a seed treatment 375
9.4 Clothianidin 377
9.4.1 Chemistry 377
9.4.2 Uses 377
9.4.3 Registration 378
9.4.4 Uses as a seed treatment 379
9.5 Cyantraniliprole 382
9.5.1 Chemistry 382
9.5.2 Uses 383
9.5.3 Registration 383
9.5.4 Uses as a seed treatment 385
9.6 Fipronil 388
9.6.1 Chemistry 388
9.6.2 Uses 389
9.6.3 Registration 389
9.6.4 Uses as a seed treatment 391
9.7 Imidacloprid 395
9.7.1 Chemistry 395
9.7.2 Uses 396
9.7.3 Registration 396
9.7.4 Uses as a seed treatment 397
9.8 Methiocarb 401
9.8.1 Chemistry 401
9.8.2 Uses 401
9.8.3 Registration 402
9.8.4 Uses as a seed treatment 403
9.9 Permethrin 404
9.9.1 Chemistry 404
9.9.2 Uses 404
9.9.3 Registration 405
9.9.4 Uses as a seed treatment 405
9.10 Tefluthrin 406
9.10.1 Chemistry 406
9.10.2 Uses 406
9.10.3 Registration 407
9.10.4 Uses as a seed treatment 408
9.11 Thiamethoxam 409
9.11.1 Chemistry 409
9.11.2 Uses 409
9.11.3 Registration 410
9.11.4 Uses as a seed treatment 411
9.12 Thiodicarb 416
9.12.1 Chemistry 416
9.12.2 Uses 416
9.12.3 Registration 417
9.12.4 Uses as a seed treatment 417

  1. Abbreviations 419

 

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Agrow China Top 40 Companies 2017

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Our latest Agrow China Top 40 Crop Protection Companies 2017 report will give you an essential knowledge of more than 40 Chinese companies with crop protection interests, which are listed on one of the three Chinese Stock Exchanges: Shanghai,Shenzen and NEEQ.

Within the report we provide the first systematic and comprehensive examination ofthese companies’ financial performance, manufacturing plans, sales and strategies.China has a major impact on global CP markets, and through the report readers will gainan understanding of this competitive market, thus improving decision making andprofitability.

 

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Chapter 1: Introduction 15

Chapter 2: Background to the Chinese Crop Protection Market and Chinese Crop
Protection Industry 16

Chapter 3: Analysis and common themes 22

3.1 Introduction 22
3.2 Profit and loss 23
3.2.1 Sales 23
3.2.2 Operating costs 23
3.2.3 Sales and marketing expenditure 23
3.2.4 R&D 24
3.2.5 Profitability 24
3.3 Manufacture 27
3.4 Exports 28

Chapter 4: Company profiles 29

4.1 ABA Chemicals (Stock code: 300261) 29
4.1.1 Corporate position 29
4.1.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 29
4.1.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 30
4.1.4 Domestic sales versus exports 30
4.1.5 R&D 31
4.1.6 Strategy 31
4.2 Anhui Guangxin (Stock code: 603599) 32
4.2.1 Corporate position 32
4.2.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 32
4.2.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 33
4.2.4 Domestic sales versus exports 33
4.2.5 R&D 33
4.2.6 Strategy 34
4.3 Beihai Gofar (Stock code: 600538) 34
4.3.1 Corporate position 34
4.3.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 35
4.3.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 36
4.3.4 Domestic sales versus exports 36
4.3.5 R&D 37
4.3.6 Strategy 37
4.4 Beijing Dabeinong (Stock code: 002385) 37
4.4.1 Corporate position 37
4.4.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 38
4.4.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 39
4.4.4 Domestic and export sales 39
4.4.5 R&D 39
4.4.6 Strategy 39
4.5 Beijing Nutrichem Company Limited. (Stock code: 833819) 40
4.5.1 Corporate position 40
4.5.2 Financial performance 40
4.5.3 Domestic versus export sales 41
4.5.4 Crop protection products and manufacture 42
4.5.5 R&D 42
4.6 ENN Ecological (Stock code: 600803) 43
4.6.1 Corporate position 43
4.6.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 43
4.6.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 44
4.6.4 Domestic sales versus exports 44
4.6.5 R&D 45
4.6.6 Strategy 45
4.7 Hailir (Stock code: 603639) 46
4.7.1 Corporate position 46
4.7.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 46
4.7.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 47
4.7.4 Marketing 47
4.7.5 R&D 47
4.7.6 Strategy 48
4.8 Hefei Fengle (Stock code: 000713) 48
4.8.1 Corporate position 48
4.8.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 49
4.8.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 49
4.8.4 Domestic sales versus exports 49
4.8.5 R&D 50
4.8.6 Strategy 51
4.9 Henan HDF (Stock code: 832940) 51
4.9.1 Corporate position 51
4.9.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 51
4.9.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 52
4.9.4 Exports 52
4.9.5 R&D 52
4.9.6 Strategy 53
4.10 Hubei Sanonda (Stock code: 000553) 53
4.10.1 Corporate position 53
4.10.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 54
4.10.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 54
4.10.4 Exports 54
4.10.5 R&D 55
4.10.6 Strategy 55
4.11 Hubei Xingfa (Stock code: 600141) 56
4.11.1 Corporate position 56
4.11.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 56
4.11.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 57
4.11.4 Marketing 57
4.11.5 R&D 57
4.11.6 Strategy 58
4.12 Hunan Haili (Stock code: 600731) 58
4.12.1 Corporate position 58
4.12.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 58
4.12.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 59
4.12.4 Exports and domestic sales 59
4.12.5 R&D 60
4.12.6 Strategy 60
4.13 Jiangsu Changqing (Stock code: 002391) 61
4.13.1 Corporate position 61
4.13.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 61
4.13.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 62
4.13.4 Exports 62
4.13.5 R&D 63
4.13.6 Strategy 63
4.14 Jiangsu Flag (Stock code: 300575) 64
4.14.1 Corporate position 64
4.14.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 64
4.14.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 65
4.14.4 Domestic sales versus exports 65
4.14.5 R&D 65
4.14.6 Strategy 66
4.15 Jiangsu Huifeng (Stock code: 002496) 66
4.15.1 Corporate position 66
4.15.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 67
4.15.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 67
4.15.4 Domestic sales and exports 68
4.15.5 R&D 68
4.15.6 Strategy 68
4.16 Jiangsu Kuaida (Stock code: 870536) 69
4.16.1 Corporate position 69
4.16.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 69
4.16.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 70
4.16.4 Domestic sales and exports 71
4.16.5 R&D 71
4.16.6 Strategy 72
4.17 Jiangsu Lanfeng (Stock code: 002513) 72
4.17.1 Corporate position 72
4.17.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 73
4.17.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 73
4.17.4 Marketing 73
4.17.5 R&D 74
4.17.6 Jiangsu Lanfeng’s strategy 74
4.18 Jiangsu Tuoqiu (Stock code: 836190) 75
4.18.1 Corporate position 75
4.18.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 75
4.18.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 76
4.18.4 Domestic sales versus exports 76
4.18.5 R&D 77
4.18.6 Strategy 77
4.19 Jiangsu Yangnong (Stock code: 600486) 77
4.19.1 Corporate position 77
4.19.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 78
4.19.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 78
4.19.4 Domestic sales versus exports 79
4.19.5 R&D 79
4.19.6 Strategy 80
4.20 Jiangxi New Dragon (Stock code: 833098) 80
4.20.1 Corporate position 80
4.20.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 80
4.20.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 81
4.20.4 Marketing 81
4.20.5 R&D 81
4.20.6 Strategy 82
4.21 Jiangxi Zhengbang (Stock code: 002157) 82
4.21.1 Corporate position 82
4.21.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 83
4.21.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 84
4.21.4 Domestic sales versus exports 84
4.21.5 R&D 85
4.21.6 Strategy 85
4.22 Lier Chemical Co., Ltd. (Stock code: 002258) 85
4.22.1 Corporate position 85
4.22.2 Financial performance 86
4.22.3 Crop protection products 87
4.22.4 Domestic and export sales 87
4.22.5 Manufacture 87
4.22.6 R&D 87
4.22.7 Strategy 88
4.23 Lianhetech (Stock code: 002250) 88
4.23.1 Corporate position 88
4.23.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 89
4.23.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 90
4.23.4 Domestic versus export sales 90
4.23.5 R&D 90
4.23.6 Strategy 91
4.24 Limin Chemical (Stock code: 002734) 91
4.24.1 Corporate position 91
4.24.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 91
4.24.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 92
4.24.4 Domestic sales versus exports 93
4.24.5 R&D 93
4.24.6 Strategy 93
4.25 Nanjing Red Sun (Stock code: 000525) 94
4.25.1 Corporate position 94
4.25.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 94
4.25.3 Crop protection products 95
4.25.4 Domestic sales versus exports 95
4.25.5 Manufacture 96
4.25.6 R&D 96
4.25.7 Strategy 97
4.26 Ningxia Soochow (Stock code: 834330) 97
4.26.1 Corporate position 97
4.26.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 97
4.26.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 98
4.26.4 R&D 98
4.26.5 Strategy 99
4.27 Shandong Leeder (Stock code: 836575) 99
4.27.1 Corporate position 99
4.27.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 100
4.27.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 100
4.27.4 Marketing 101
4.27.5 R&D 101
4.27.6 Strategy 101
4.28 Shandong Luba (Stock code: 834117) 102
4.28.1 Corporate position 102
4.28.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 102
4.28.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 103
4.28.4 Marketing 103
4.28.5 R&D 103
4.28.6 Strategy 104
4.29 Shandong Shengli (Stock code: 000407) 104
4.29.1 Corporate position 104
4.29.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 105
4.29.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 106
4.29.4 Domestic and export sales 106
4.29.5 Strategy 106
4.30 Shandong Sino-Agri United (Stock code: 871103) 106
4.30.1 Corporate position 106
4.30.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 106
4.30.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 107
4.30.4 Marketing 108
4.30.5 R&D 108
4.30.6 Strategy 108
4.31 Shandong Weifang Rainbow (Stock code: 837380) 109
4.31.Financial performance 112
4.32.3 Crop protection business 113
4.32.4 Domestic and export sales 113
4.32.5 Manufacture 114
4.32.6 R&D 114
4.32.7 Strategy 114
4.33 Sichuan Guoguang (Stock code: 002749) 114
4.33.1 Corporate position 114
4.33.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 115
4.33.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 116
4.33.4 Domestic versus export sales 116
4.33.5 R&D 116
4.33.6 Strategy 117
4.34 Sichuan Hebang (Stock code: 603077) 117
4.34.1 Corporate position 117
4.34.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 118
4.34.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 118
4.34.4 Domestic sales versus exports 119
4.34.5 R&D 119
4.34.6 Strategy 119
4.35 Sinochem International (Stock code: 600500) 120
4.35.1 Corporate position 120
4.35.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 120
4.35.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 121
4.35.4 Domestic sales versus exports 121
4.35.5 R&D 122
4.35.6 Strategy 122
4.36 Suli (Stock code: 603585) 122
4.36.1 Corporate position 122
4.36.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 123
4.36.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 123
4.36.4 Domestic sales versus exports 124
4.36.5 R&D 124
4.36.6 Strategy 124
4.37 Zhenjiang Qianjiang Biochemical (Stock code: 600796) 125
4.37.1 Corporate position 125
4.37.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 125
4.37.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 126
4.37.4 Domestic sales versus exports 126
4.37.5 R&D 126
4.37.6 Strategy 127
4.38 Zheijiang Shenghua Biok (Stock code: 600226) 127
4.38.1 Corporate position 127
4.38.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 127
4.38.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 128
4.38.4 Domestic sales versus exports 128
4.38.5 R&D 129
4.38.6 Strategy 129
4.39 Zhejiang Xinan (Wynca Group) (Stock code: 600596) 130
4.39.1 Corporate position 130
4.39.2 Financial performance 130
4.39.3 Crop protection 131
4.39.4 Domestic sales versus exports 131
4.39.5 Manufacture 131
4.39.6 R&D 131
4.39.7 Strategy 132
4.40 Zhejiang XinNong (Stock code: 831868) 132
4.40.1 Corporate position 132
4.40.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 132
4.40.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 133
4.40.4 Marketing 134
4.40.5 R&D 134
4.40.6 Strategy 134
4.41 Zhongnongfa Seed (Stock code: 600313) 135
4.41.1 Corporate position 135
4.41.2 Financial performance 2015 and 2016 136
4.41.3 Crop protection products and manufacturing capabilities 137
4.41.4 Domestic sales versus exports 137
4.41.5 R&D 138
4.41.6 Strategy 138

 

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Agrow Adjuvants and Additives 2017

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This unique fully updated and revised report comprehensively defines the various categories of adjuvants and additives and explains their ‘mode of action’.

Current estimates are the global adjuvants market should grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of about 6% over the next few years. The global adjuvant market is set to grow to $3.5 billion by 2021 and almost $3.8 billion by 2022.
The report clearly explains the often complex nomenclature and claimed effects. In addition, advances in the use of adjuvants are covered, together with a review of recent patent literature.

The companies involved in various parts of the adjuvants and additives sector are listed and profiled and include crop protection companies, speciality chemical companies, and specialist adjuvant companies.

There are a number of organisations and associations relevant to the adjuvant sector and these are also listed and profiled.

The regulatory processes for adjuvants in Europe and the US are described.

 

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Contents 1

Executive summary 7

Chapter 1: Introduction 7
Chapter 2: Why use adjuvants? 7
Chapter 3: Adjuvant classification 8
Chapter 4: Adjuvant selection 8
Chapter 5: Agrochemical company profiles 9
Chapter 6: Specialty chemical company profiles 9
Chapter 7: Specialist adjuvant companies 10
Chapter 8: Recent research 10

Chapter 1: Introduction 11

1.1 Summary 11
1.2 Introduction 11
1.3 Scope and framework 12
1.4 Adjuvant definitions and terminology 13
1.4.1 Tank-mix adjuvants 13
1.4.2 Built-in adjuvant systems 14
1.5 Chemical nomenclature 14
1.6 Market perspectives 15
1.6.1 Crop protection product markets 15
1.6.2 Tank-mix adjuvant markets 15
1.6.3 Future market drivers 17
1.7 Regulation 17
1.7.1 Europe 17
1.7.2 USA 18
1.8 Associations 19
1.8.1 Association of Applied Biologists 19
1.8.2 Association Française pour les Adjuvants 19
1.8.3 Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology (CPDA) 19
1.8.4 European Weed Research Society 20
1.8.5 International Society for Agrochemical Adjuvants (ISAA) 20
1.8.6 Weed Science Society of America 20
1.9 References and resources 20

Chapter 2: Why use adjuvants? 22

2.1 Summary 22
2.2 Introduction 22
2.3 Pre-target contact 23
2.3.1 Formulation additives 23
2.3.2 Foaming 23
2.3.3 Water quality 23
2.3.4 Incompatibility of products in spray tank 24
2.3.5 Spray drift 24
2.3.6 Bout marking 25
2.4 Post-target contact 25
2.4.1 Deposition/retention 26
2.4.2 Wetting and spreading 26
2.4.3 Water quality and bad ions 27
2.4.4 Deposit state 28
2.4.5 Penetration 29
2.5 References and resources 30

Chapter 3: Adjuvant classification 32

3.1 Summary 32
3.2 Introduction 32
3.3 Surfactants (wetters and spreaders) 34
3.3.1 Non-ionic surfactants 36
3.3.2 Cationic surfactants 37
3.3.3 Anionic surfactants 37
3.3.4 Amphoteric surfactants 38
3.3.5 Organosilicones 38
3.3.6 Polymers 38
3.4 Oil based adjuvants 39
3.4.1 Dormant oils 39
3.4.2 Crop oils 39
3.4.3 Crop oil concentrates 40
3.4.4 Vegetable oil concentrates 40
3.4.5 Modified vegetable oil concentrates 40
3.5 Penetration agents 40
3.6 Fertilizer-based adjuvants 41
3.7 Acidifiers/buffers/water conditioners 42
3.8 Humectants 42
3.9 Stickers 42
3.10 Drift control agents 43
3.11 Deposition aids 43
3.12 Anti-foams 43
3.13 Basic blends 44
3.14 Compatibility aids 44
3.15 Green adjuvants 44
3.16 Other additives 45
3.16.1 Odour masks and stench 45
3.16.2 Foaming agents 45
3.16.3 Emetics 45
3.16.4 Sun (UV) screen 45
3.16.5 Colourants 46
3.17 References and resources 46

Chapter 4: Adjuvant selection 47

4.1 Summary 47
4.2 Introduction 47
4.3 General principles of adjuvant selection 48
4.3.1 Active ingredient properties 48
4.3.2 Adjuvant properties 49
4.3.3 Other factors 49
4.4 Adjuvants for herbicides 50
4.4.1 Glyphosate 50
4.4.2 ACC-ase inhibitors 51
4.4.3 Sulfonylureas 52
4.5 Adjuvants for fungicides 53
4.6 Adjuvants for insecticides 55
4.7 References and resources 56

Chapter 5: Agrochemical company profiles 58

5.1 Summary 58
5.2 Introduction 58
5.3 Arysta LifeScience 59
5.4 BASF 59
5.4.1 Patents 60
5.5 Bayer CropScience 62
5.5.1 Patents 63
5.6 Dow AgroSciences 63
5.6.1 Patents 64
5.7 DuPont 65
5.8 Monsanto 65
5.8.1 Glyphosate controversy 2015 – 2017 66
5.8.2 Patents 68
5.9 Nufarm 68
5.10 Syngenta 69
5.10.1 Patents 70
5.11 References and Resources 70

Chapter 6: Specialty chemical companies 72

6.1 Summary 72
6.2 Introduction 72
6.3 AkzoNobel 73
6.4 Ashland 74
6.5 Borregaard 75
6.6 Clariant 76
6.7 Croda 77
6.8 Dow Corning 79
6.9 Dow Surfactants 79
6.10 Drexel 80
6.11 Evonik 80
6.12 Ingevity 82
6.13 Huntsman 82
6.14 Lamberti 83
6.15 Levaco 84
6.16 Momentive 84
6.17 Lonza 85
6.18 Oleon 85
6.19 Oxiteno 86
6.20 Solvay 87
6.21 Stepan Company 88
6.22 Victorian Chemicals 89

Chapter 7: Specialist adjuvant companies 91

7.1 Summary 91
7.2 Introduction 91
7.3 Action Pin 92
7.4 Adjuvants Unlimited 92
7.5 Agridyne 92
7.6 Agrofina 93
7.7 Ametech 93
7.8 Aquatrols 93
7.9 Brandt 94
7.10 Chemorse 94
7.11 De Sangosse 94
7.12 Exacto 95
7.13 GarrCo Products 95
7.14 Headland Agrochemicals 96
7.15 Helena 96
7.16 Interagro 97
7.17 Loveland Products 99
7.18 Norac Concepts 100
7.19 Precision Laboratories 100
7.20 SACOA 101
7.21 Wilbur Ellis 101
7.22 WinField 102
7.23 Zelam 102
7.24 Adjuvant research companies 102
7.24.1 Plant Protection Chemistry New Zealand 102
7.24.2 SURfaPLUS 103
7.25 References and resources 103

Chapter 8: Recent research and development 104

8.1 Summary 104
8.2 Introduction 104
8.3 Literature overview 105
8.4 Recent patent literature 106
8.4.1 Patents citing particular agrochemicals 112
8.5 References and resources 116
Appendix 1: Abbreviations 117

 

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Agribusiness Delivering the SDGs 2017

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Regulation, consumer activism and fierce competition are shaping the agendas of agrifood companies around the world. Since food and agricultural companies have a profound impact on public and private goods, sustainability is increasingly tied up to their bottom line.

Companies in these industries are recognizing the fundamental need to improve sustainability efforts by aligning their strategy to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Executive Summary 7

1: The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 8

1.1.1 Calls on businesses to act 8
1.1.1.1 The role of business in the SDGs 8
1.1.2 Aligning core business strategy with the SDGs 9
1.1.3 Advantages for businesses who adopt the SDGs 9
1.1.4 Current issues 10
1.1.4.1 Human rights and the SDGs 10
1.1.4.2 The importance of private funding to reach the SDGs 10
1.1.4.3 Relationship between governments and businesses 11
1.1.4.4 Open data and disclosure 11
1.2 Goal One: No Poverty 11
1.2.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in No Poverty 12
1.3 Goal Two: Zero Hunger 13
1.3.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Zero Hunger 14
1.4 Goal Three: Good Health and Well-Being 14
1.4.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Good Health and Well-Being 15
1.5 Goal Four: Quality Education 15
1.5.1 The role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Quality Education 16
1.6 Goal Five: Gender Equality 17
1.6.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Gender Equality 17
1.7 Goal Six: Clean Water and Sanitation 18
1.7.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Clean Water and Sanitation 19
1.8 Goal Seven: Affordable and Clean Energy 19
1.8.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Affordable and Clean Energy 20
1.9 Goal Eight: Decent Work and Economic Growth 21
1.9.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Decent Work and Economic Growth 22
1.10 Goal Nine: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure 22
1.10.1 The Role of Businesses in Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure 23
1.11 Goal Ten: Reduced Inequalities 23
1.11.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Reduced Inequalities 24
1.12 Goal Eleven: Sustainable Cities and Communities 25
1.12.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Sustainable Cities and Communities 26
1.13 Goal Twelve: Responsible Consumption and Production 26
1.13.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Responsible Consumption and Production 27
1.14 Goal Thirteen: Climate Action 28
1.14.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Climate Action 29
1.15 Goal Fourteen: Life Below Water 29
1.15.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Life Below Water 30
1.16 Goal Fifteen: Life on Land 30
1.16.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Life on Land 31
1.17 Goal Sixteen: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 32
1.17.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 32
1.18 Goal Seventeen: Partnerships for the Goals 33
1.18.1 The Role of Food and Agricultural Businesses in Partnerships for the Goals 34

2: SDGs Scorecard 35

2.1 Defining a SDG scorecard 35
2.1.1 How was it designed? 35
2.1.2 Who informed it? 37
2.1.3 What sources were consulted? 37
2.2 The scorecard stages 37
2.2.1 Stage 1: Current impacts assessment 37
2.2.2 Stage 2: Human Rights protection 38
2.2.3 Stage 3: Global accessibility 38
2.2.4 Stage 4: Transparency and communication 38
2.2.5 Why are the stages arranged in that way? 38
2.2.6 How is the score given? 39

3: Food and Beverage Companies 40

3.1 Criteria for selection 40
3.2 Nestlé 40
3.2.1 Background 40
3.2.2 SDG scorecard 40
3.2.3 Overall score 43
3.3 Coca-Cola 43
3.3.1 Background 43
3.3.2 SDG scorecard 43
3.3.3 Overall score 46
3.4 Unilever 46
3.4.1 Background 46
3.4.2 SDG scorecard 46
3.4.3 Overall score 48
3.5 Danone 49
3.5.1 Background 49
3.5.2 SDG scorecard 49
3.5.3 Overall score 51
3.6 Mars 52
3.6.1 Background 52
3.6.2 SDG scorecard 52
3.6.3 Overall score 54

4: Agricultural Input Companies 55

4.1 Criteria for selection 55
4.2 Cargill 55
4.2.1 Background 55
4.2.2 SDG scorecard 55
4.2.3 Overall score 57
4.3 Syngenta 57
4.3.1 Background 57
4.3.2 SDG scorecard 58
4.3.3 Overall score 60
4.4 DuPont 60
4.4.1 Background 60
4.4.2 SDG scorecard 60
4.4.3 Overall score 62
4.5 Dow 62
4.5.1 Background 62
4.5.2 SDG scorecard 63
4.5.3 Overall score 64
4.6 Yara 65
4.6.1 Background 65
4.6.2 SDG scorecard 65
4.6.3 Overall score 67

  1. Conclusions 68

5.1 Food companies comparison 68
5.2 Agricultural companies comparison 70
5.3 Challenges 71
5.4 Opportunities 72
5.5 Final summary 72

  1. Annexes 74

6.1 Documents consulted 74
6.2 Nestlé sources 75
6.3 The Coca-Cola Company sources 76
6.4 Unilever sources 77
6.5 Danone sources 79
6.6 Mars sources 80
6.7 Cargill sources 82
6.8 Syngenta sources 83
6.9 DuPont sources 84
6.10 Dow sources 84
6.11 Yara sources 85

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Smart Farming World Market SWOT analysis by countries, Type & Application by Leading Industry Experts- Trimble, Raven Industries, Precision Planting, Agco Corporation

Global Smart Farming Market Research Report 2017 is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The study provides information on market trends and development, drivers, capacities, technologies, and on the changing capital structure of the Global Smart FarmingMarket.

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Global Smart Farming market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players includes John Deere, Trimble, Raven Industries, Precision Planting, Agco Corporation, AG Leader Technology, Dickey-John Corporation, Raven Industries Inc, Teejet Technologies, Topcon Precision Agriculture, Trimble Navigation Limited & Spraying Systems Co

Global Smart Farming (Thousands Units) and Revenue (Million USD) Market Split by Product Type such as Automation & Control Systems, Wireless Connectivity & Sensors & Smart Agricultural Equipment & Machinery

Market Segment by Type 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
Automation & Control Systems xx xx xx xx xx Xx xx
-Change (%) xx% xx% xx% xx% xx% xx% xx%
Wireless Connectivity & Sensors xx xx xx xx xx Xx xx
-Change (%) xx% xx% xx% xx% xx% xx% xx%
Smart Agricultural Equipment & Machinery xx xx xx xx xx Xx xx
-Change (%) xx% xx% xx% xx% xx% xx% xx%

The research study is segmented by Application such as Fleet management  Tracking of Farm Vehicles, Arable Farming, Large and Small Field Farming, Indoor farming  Greenhouses and Stables, Livestock Monitoring, Fish Farming, Forestry & Other with historical and projected market share and compounded annual growth rate.

Global Smart Farming (Thousands Units) by Application (2017-2022)

Market Segment by Application 2012 2017 2022 Market Share (%)2022 CAGR (%)

(2017-2022)

Fleet management  Tracking of Farm Vehicles xx xx xx xx% xx%
Arable Farming, Large and Small Field Farming xx xx xx xx% xx%
Indoor farming  Greenhouses and Stables xx xx xx xx% xx%
Livestock Monitoring xx xx xx xx% xx%
Fish Farming xx xx xx xx% xx%
Forestry xx xx xx xx% xx%
Other xx xx xx xx% xx%
Total xx xx xx 100% xx%

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), and market share and growth rate of Smart Farming in these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast), covering

Market Segment by Regions 2012 2017 2022 Share (%) CAGR (2017-2022)
North America xx xx xx xx% xx%
Europe xx xx xx xx% xx%
China xx xx xx xx% xx%
Japan xx xx xx xx% xx%
Southeast Asia xx xx xx xx% xx%
India xx xx xx xx% xx%
Total xx xx xx xx% xx%

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This independent 112 page research with title Global Smart Farming Market Research Report 2017 covers geographic analysis that includes regions/countries like North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia & India and important players/vendors such as John Deere, Trimble, Raven Industries, Precision Planting, Agco Corporation, AG Leader Technology, Dickey-John Corporation, Raven Industries Inc, Teejet Technologies, Topcon Precision Agriculture, Trimble Navigation Limited & Spraying Systems Co. With n-number of tables and figures examining the Smart Farming , the research gives you a perfect visual, products, submarkets and market leader’s revenue forecasts as well as analysis to 2022
Each player highlighted in the research study contains companies Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors, in-depth business overview, geographic footprint and contact information. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to SWOT Analysis.

This study is the collection of primary and secondary data including valuable information from major vendors in the market and the projections are derived on data from 2012 to current date and projected forecasts till 2022 which makes the research study a valuable resource for industry personnel, and other people looking for key industry related data in readily accessible documents with easy to analyze graphs and tables. The report is a perfect answer to future development roadmap of Smart Farming based on ongoing outlook to assist industry player understand the development journey of Smart Farming Market.

Key questions answered in this report – Global Smart Farming Market Research Report 2017

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What is driving Global Smart Farming market
What are the challenges to market growth
Who are the key vendors in Global Smart Farming market space

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There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Smart Farming market.

Chapter 1, to describe Definition, Specifications and Classification of Smart Farming , Applications of Smart Farming , Market Segment by Regions;
Chapter 2, to analyze the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;
Chapter 3, to display the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;
Chapter 4, to show the Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);
Chapter 5 and 6, to show the Regional Market Analysis that includes North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia & India, Smart Farming Segment Market Analysis (by Type);
Chapter 7 and 8, to analyze the Smart Farming Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of ;
Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type [Automation & Control Systems, Wireless Connectivity & Sensors & Smart Agricultural Equipment & Machinery], Market Trend by Application [Fleet management  Tracking of Farm Vehicles, Arable Farming, Large and Small Field Farming, Indoor farming  Greenhouses and Stables, Livestock Monitoring, Fish Farming, Forestry & Other];
Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;
Chapter 11, to analyze the Consumers Analysis of ;
Chapter 12, to describe Smart Farming Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;
Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Smart Farming sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.
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Pesticides Market | Industry Forecast Research Report Till 2023

Research Report on Global Pesticides Market 2016 to 2023 added by DecisionDatabases.com studies the current and upcoming Market Size, Share, Demand, Growth, Trend and Forecast. Pesticides are biological or chemical agent, which deter, harm, or kill various kinds of pests. They are usually used for plant protection from insects, plant pathogens, weeds, mollusks, birds, mammals, nematodes, microbes and other pests. Pesticides are used for various purposes such as killing mosquitoes that spread West Nile virus, yellow fever, and malaria; killing bees, wasps or ants that cause allergic reactions; protecting animals against parasites; preventing humans from moldy food or diseases; killing invasive roadside weeds, trees and brush that cause environmental damage; controlling algae and plants (water grasses) in ponds and lakes; managing rodents and insects that infest food and many other uses.

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Based on chemical structure, pesticides are segmented as organic, inorganic, synthetic, and biological. The report is also segmented by types of pest control by pesticide, product types, by usage categories, by applications and by geography. Pesticides comprise of product types such as herbicide, insecticide, bactericide, nematicide, termiticide, molluscicide, piscicide, avicide, rodenticide, predacide, antimicrobial, fungicide, disinfectant, and sanitizer. Pesticides are majorly used for agricultural purpose followed by home & garden uses.

North America and Europe are the major market followed by Asia Pacific region. North America and Europe are mature market whereas Asia Pacific is an emerging market. Bayer AG, Syngenta, Dow Chemical, DuPont, Monsanto and many more companies are involved in the business of pesticides in the global market.

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8.Global Pesticides Market Analysis By Applications
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