Relieving Vector-Borne Diseases, Mosquito Control Insecticides Sales Increase at a CAGR of 5.6% in India

India’s population suffers from a significant death rate, partly because of vector-borne diseases transmitted by mosquitoes. Infectious diseases like malaria, filariasis, kala-azar, Japanese encephalitis, chikungunya, and dengue are present in the country. According to WHO’s World Malaria report, India accounts for 4% of the global malaria burden in 2017. To prevent the proliferation of mosquito-borne diseases and to improve the quality of public health, mosquito control is essential in the country.Continue reading

What Drives a Triple-Digit Growth of the Nematicides Market in China?

The nematicides market in China registers a triple-digit growth in 2018 from 2016. This exceptional growth is primarily driven by an increased demand for nematicides, which is the result of the growing awareness of nematode issues among peasants in China. Moreover, this growth is supported by a pesticide management policy issued in 2017 which is beneficial to the legitimate nematicides companies and drives the price increase of the pesticides that offer good quality, such as the low-toxic and environmentally friendly nematicides.Continue reading

Canola Seed Field in Australia

Rapid Growth is Expected for Wheat and Canola Seed Treatment in Australia

In Australia, wheat accounts for more than one-fourth of the total value of crops produced in the country. In terms of all agricultural commodities produced nationwide, wheat is second only to cattle.

Interestingly, Australia is a relatively small producer of grain, with its wheat production accounting for around 3% of the annual world production. Due to low domestic consumption, about 70% of Australian wheat is exported. This high export surplus results in Australia being one of the five largest exporters worldwide.Continue reading

Leading Distributor and Retail Trends on the U.S. Crop Protection Market

The U.S. crop protection chemical industry is a mature yet dynamic market. Among the factors driving the 2018 market at the distributor level are flat to declining major planted crop acreage, low commodity prices on most of the major crops, and new chemistry from several major research manufacturers for resistant weeds. Ag retailers continue to adopt and market biopesticides as they increasingly show effectiveness, either alone or combined with traditional chemistry, and as consumer demand for organically-produced food grows.Continue reading

Pest Control Animal Health

Upcoming Webinar – Pest Control in Production Animal Health

Pest control is a major issue in animal-based agriculture due to the impact of these pests on productivity. Insects annoy and irritate animals, transmit disease, reduce weight gains, and reduce production. Producers have gone to extraordinary lengths in sanitation, manure and litter removal, facility design, and air handling to eliminate potential entry points and breeding areas for flies and other insects. Still, situations remain that are most effectively handled by an insecticide application.

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Seed Treatment in France – 2018 Market Preview. Kline Estimates a CAGR of 22% through 2028 for Biologics.

Gradually implemented regulations are strongly impacting the overall plant protection products market in France. To ensure a better control of the pesticides used in the country, the French government implemented Certiphyto certification, a provision of the national Ecophyto plan. Since 2015, all professional users of pesticides must get the Certiphyto certification to use all types of chemical seed treatments.Continue reading

Kline Forecasts a CAGR of 4% through 2023 for the Production Animal Health Pest Control Market

A top priority for all animal farmers is ensuring their animals are in good health—it’s essential to global food safety, as well as quality. To maintain animal health, farmers need to control pests that could be potential disease carriers. The global market insect and rodent control products have an estimated value of more than USD 630 million across 12 key countries profiled in Kline’s Pest Control in Production Animal Health report.

Brazil and the United States are the two largest country markets, accounting for 60% of global sales. These countries have large animal production systems and are important exporters for the global meat industry, particularly beef and poultry. The beef production industry is the largest segment for global pest control, accounting for more than 40% of total sales.Continue reading

US Crop Protection Program

Kline Analyzed U.S. Crop Protection Programs Available to Distributors, Retailers, and Growers in 2018

By program effectiveness, Corteva, Bayer, and BASF are the top three companies with the most distributors, according to Kline’s recently published report, Effectiveness of the U.S. Crop Protection Company Channel Incentives. Bayer ranks first in more of the horseshoe (specialty) markets while Corteva is more in the Midwest. Monsanto was also in the top three, but only with some distributors. Companies surveyed for the study were ranked by distributors and retailers who provided us with a ranking by the effectiveness of companies’ incentive programs.Continue reading