Nematicides Market

Current Trends in the Nematicides Market Make it Ripe for Growth

The idea of a package of products used instead of methyl bromide has now taken hold and found acceptance. The traditional split between high cost, low acreage fumigants, and lower cost higher acreage contact nematicides has been altered by the relatively new nematicidal treatments of corn and soybeans. This fundamental change has blended nematicides and seed treatment, formerly separate segments, and provided major growth and a new awareness of seed treatment as standalone segment.

Nematicide seed treatments are expected to continue to be used on a spectrum of crops as long as market conditions justify the treatment.Continue reading

Regulations Impact Rodenticide Sales

Regulations Impact Rodenticide Sales, sees Kline

According to the academic journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, rodents are not only among the most important global pests, but they destroy enough crop output in Asia alone to feed 200 million people while also acting as reservoirs for disease throughout the world. The journal estimates that there are about 1,700 species of rodents, but only 5% to 10% are considered major pests. According to Kline & Company, the market for chemical rodenticides exceeds $600 million and focuses on an even narrower range of rodent species to generate that market.
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Sales Grow 6.2% for Crop Protection Distributors during 2013

Sales Grow 6.2% for Crop Protection Distributors during 2013

With growth of 6.2%, the U.S. crop protection chemical industry is projected to become an $11 billion market at the distributor cost of goods sold (COGS) level during 2013, according to the recently published report Leading Distributors in the U.S. Crop Protection Industry: A Strategic Market Analysis by global consulting and research firm Kline & Company. By tracking the leading 17 distributors, the report covers over 96% of total crop protection chemicals sales within the United States. Sales reported include both private-label crop protection chemicals and adjuvants, which include surfactants, oils, water conditioners, and drift control agents.Continue reading

Pesticide Markets for Hygiene, Animal, and Public Health

Webinar – Pesticide Markets for Hygiene, Animal, and Public Health – Latin America

According to a recent World Bank report, Latin America now represents 13% of agricultural trade, up from 8% in the mid-90s. The region is cited as possessing 28% of potential new arable land globally, and could at a likely minimum, supply a third of meat, a third of fruit and vegetables and half of oilseeds traded worldwide by 2050.

In short, Latin America affords enormous potential. To this end, Kline invites you to an informative and free webinar presented by Mancer Cyr, senior associate in Kline’s Specialty Pesticides consulting practice, on Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 9:00 AM US EST / 11:00 AM Buenos Aires / 12:00 PM Brasilia / 2:00 PM GMTContinue reading

Animal Health: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities.

Log into Kline’s free webinar covering Fly Control Pesticides in Production Animal Health: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities.

Fresh from Kline’s recently published Global Fly Control Pesticides in Production Animal Health: Market Analysis and Opportunities this critical webinar will primarily focus on U.S. market while touching on the global context. The report consists of a comprehensive analysis of the global market for fly control pesticides within animal health, including poultry, pork, beef, egg, and dairy processing. The focus of this report will be looking at key trends, developments, changes, challenges, and business opportunities, and addressing such issues as:Continue reading

China’s Pest Management Market Infested with Opportunity

Not the Year of the Rat – China’s Pest Management Market Infested with Opportunity

An increasing focus on encouraging domestic consumption, potentiated by upcoming new and transformative pesticides registration standards, suggests robust opportunities for the pest-control sector in China. China’s reorientation from an industrial/export-reliant economy to a service/domestic-consumption one is advancing rapidly, with The Economist recently reporting that the country’s relatively small service-sector output is expected to exceed the county’s mighty industrial production within this year.

According to Kline’s soon to be published Global Professional Pest Management Markets for Pesticides: Market Analysis and Opportunities, total non-agricultural pest control service sales in China in 2012 alone are estimated at CNY 3 billion to CNY 4 billion (USD  476 million to USD 635 million), with pesticides sales expected to grow annually by 6.7%.Continue reading

Crop Protection Sales Remain Strong in 2012

Crop Protection Sales Remain Strong in 2012

According to Kline & Company’s Crop Protection Manufacturers Report, U.S. crop protection sales rose 9.5% over the previous year, totaling $8.0 billion in net manufacturers’ level sales in 2012. Many macro-economic factors, essential for a strong market remained in place, as above-average commodity prices, along with positive global demographic changes, economic growth, and rising standards of living, drove optimism within agricultural markets prior and into 2012.Continue reading

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Webinar: Specialty Fruits and Vegetables Market – U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities

Joe Prochaska, Kline’s Agriculture/Specialty Pesticides Practice project manager, will be presenting a complimentary webinar sharing insights drawn from Kline’s perennial Specialty Fruits and Vegetables Market: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities report.
Joe will cover key trends shaping the market, the impact of generic suppliers within the fruits, nuts, and vegetables markets, and more.

The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday November 14, 2012 at 11:00 AM U.S. EDT, 4:00 PM GMT.Continue reading
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Webinar: U.S. Consumer Markets for Pesticides & Fertilizers

With an estimated 75% of U.S. households engaging in garden or plant maintenance, consumer pesticides and fertilizers markets continue to offer lush opportunities.
This free webinar draws upon findings from Kline’s soon to be published Consumer Markets for Pesticides and Fertilizers: Market Analysis and Opportunities report, which authoritatively compiles over 1,500 homeowner surveys collated into six major product sections detailing descriptions of buying patterns by various demographic categories.

The webinar will take place on Tuesday November 13, 2012 9:00 AM U.S. EDT, 2:00 PM GMT.