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News Article | December 1, 2016
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The strong growth in biopesticide or biological crop protection market is driven by the surging demand for less toxic or organic food with new emerging markets in developing regions. Rise in agricultural productivity as well as increase in demand for chemical free crop protection solution are the major factors affecting the growth of biological crop protection solution. Complete report on Biological Crop Protection (Bio-Pesticide) Market spread across 158 pages providing 10 company profiles and 8 tables and 77 figures is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/771599-global-biological-crop-protection-bio-pesticide-market-by-type-by-application-by-end-user-by-region-by-country-opportunities-forecasts-2016-2021-by-type-biofungicide-bioinsecticide-and-bioherbicide-th-africa.html. Strategic Recommendations listed in this report are Long term growth in the Asia Pacific Region; Impetus by regulatory authorities to improve soil health and conserve environment; Bio insecticide growing at a high pace Although, biofungicides holds the major percentage share in the total market and is projected to display a faster growth in the future. Among the regions, North America holds the largest market share mainly due to growing regulations. However, APAC is expected to grow at a faster pace during forecasted period. According to research report, Global Biological Crop Protection Market (By Type, By Mode of Application, By End User, By Region, By Country): Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts (2016-2021), Global Biological Crop Protection Market is projected to exhibit a CAGR of over ~11.33% during 2016 - 2021. Global biological crop protection market has been segmented on the basis Type (Biofungicides, Bioinsecticide and Bioherbicide), Mode of Application (Dry Formulation and Wet Formulation), End User (Fruit and Vegetables, Cereals and Pulses; and Other Crops), Region (North America, Europe, APAC and ROW), and Country (US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, China, India, Brazil and South Africa). http://www.reportsnreports.com/purchase.aspx?name=771599. Company Profiling are BASF SE, Bayer Crop Science AG, The Dow Chemical Company, Novozymes, Syngenta, FMC Corporation, DuPont, Monsanto Company, Marrone Bio Innovations and Valent BioSciences Corporation. Another related report is Global Crop Protection (Agrochemicals) Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2021. This report focuses on the Crop Protection (Agrochemicals) in Global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application. Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers are Syngenta, Bayer Crop Science, BASF, Dow Agro Sciences, Monsanto, DuPont, Adama, Nufarm, FMC, Sumitomo Chemical, UPL(formerlay United Phosphorus), Arysta Lifescience, Wynca Chemical, Zhejiang Jinfanda Biochemical, Huapont, Sichuan Leshan Fuhua Tongda Agro-Chemical Technology, Kumiai Chemical, Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha, Sanonda Group, Rallis India Market Segment by Type, covers are Insecticide, Herbicide, Fungicide and Plant Growth Regulator Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into Cereals & Grains, Fruits & Vegetables, Oilseeds & Pulses, Turfs & Ornamentals and Others Comprehensive Table of Content is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/704833-global-crop-protection-agrochemicals-market-by-manufacturers-regions-type-and-application-forecast-to-2021.html. There are 13 Chapters to deeply display the global Crop Protection (Agrochemicals) market. Explore other reports on Chemicals Market at http://www.reportsnreports.com/market-research/chemicals/. ReportsnReports.com is your single source for all market research needs. Our database includes 500,000+ market research reports from over 100+ leading global publishers & in-depth market research studies of over 5000 micro markets. With comprehensive information about the publishers and the industries for which they publish market research reports, we help you in your purchase decision by mapping your information needs with our huge collection of reports. Connect With Us on: Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ReportsnReports/ LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/reportsnreports Twitter:  https: //twitter.com/marketsreports G+ / Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/111656568937629536321/posts RSS/Feeds:  http: //http://www.reportsnreports.com/feed/l-latestreports.xml


Dublin - Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Biological Crop Protection (Bio-Pesticide) Market-By Type, By Application, By End User, By Region, By Country: Opportunities & Forecasts (2016-2021)" report to their offering. Global Biological Crop Protection Market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 11.33% during 2016-2021. The strong growth in biopesticide or biological crop protection market is driven by the surging demand for less toxic or organic food with new emerging markets in developing regions. Rise in agricultural productivity as well as increase in demand for chemical free crop protection solution are the major factors affecting the growth of biological crop protection solution. Although, biofungicides holds the major percentage share in the total market and is projected to display a faster growth in the future. Among the regions, North America holds the largest market share mainly due to growing regulations. However, APAC is expected to grow at a faster pace during forecasted period. Scope of the Report The report provides coverage by Type, Mode of Application and End User: By Type - Biofungicide - Bioinsecticide - Bioherbicide By Mode of Application - Dry Formulation - Wet Formulation  By End User - Fruit and Vegetables - Cereals and Pulses - Other Crops Key Topics Covered: 1. Research Methodology 2. Executive Summary 3. Strategic Recommendations 3.1 Long term growth in the Asia Pacific Region 3.2 Impetus by regulatory authorities to improve soil health and conserve environment 3.3 Bio insecticide growing at a high pace 4. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: An Overview 5. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: By Type (Biofungicides, Bioinsecticides, Bioherbicides) 6. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: By Mode of Application (Dry Formulation and Wet Formulation) 7. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: By End User (Fruits and Vegetables, Cereals and Pulses; and Other Crops) 8. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: Regional Analysis 9. North America Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 10. Europe Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 11. APAC Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 12. ROW Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 13. Market Trends 14. Market Dynamics 14.1 Market Drivers 14.2 Challenges 15. Route to the Global Biological Crop Protection Market 16. Porter's Five Forces Analysis - Biological Crop Protection Market 17. SWOT Analysis - Biological Crop Protection Market 18. Policy and Regulatory Landscape 19. Competitive Landscape 19.1 Product Benchmarking 20. Company Profiles 20.1 BASF SE 20.2 Bayer Crop Science AG 20.3 The Dow Chemical Company 20.4 Novozymes 20.5 Syngenta 20.6 FMC Corporation 20.7 DuPont 20.8 Monsanto Company 20.9 Marrone Bio Innovations 20.10 Valent BioSciences Corporation For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hxxj3l/global_biological Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager press@researchandmarkets.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Dublin, Feb. 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Biological Crop Protection (Bio-Pesticide) Market-By Type, By Application, By End User, By Region, By Country: Opportunities & Forecasts (2016-2021)" report to their offering. Global Biological Crop Protection Market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 11.33% during 2016-2021. The strong growth in biopesticide or biological crop protection market is driven by the surging demand for less toxic or organic food with new emerging markets in developing regions. Rise in agricultural productivity as well as increase in demand for chemical free crop protection solution are the major factors affecting the growth of biological crop protection solution. Although, biofungicides holds the major percentage share in the total market and is projected to display a faster growth in the future. Among the regions, North America holds the largest market share mainly due to growing regulations. However, APAC is expected to grow at a faster pace during forecasted period. Scope of the Report The report provides coverage by Type, Mode of Application and End User: By Type - Biofungicide - Bioinsecticide - Bioherbicide By Mode of Application - Dry Formulation - Wet Formulation By End User - Fruit and Vegetables - Cereals and Pulses - Other Crops Key Topics Covered: 1. Research Methodology 2. Executive Summary 3. Strategic Recommendations 3.1 Long term growth in the Asia Pacific Region 3.2 Impetus by regulatory authorities to improve soil health and conserve environment 3.3 Bio insecticide growing at a high pace 4. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: An Overview 5. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: By Type (Biofungicides, Bioinsecticides, Bioherbicides) 6. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: By Mode of Application (Dry Formulation and Wet Formulation) 7. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: By End User (Fruits and Vegetables, Cereals and Pulses; and Other Crops) 8. Global Biological Crop Protection Market: Regional Analysis 9. North America Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 10. Europe Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 11. APAC Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 12. ROW Biological Crop Protection Market: Growth and Forecast 13. Market Trends 14. Market Dynamics 14.1 Market Drivers 14.2 Challenges 15. Route to the Global Biological Crop Protection Market 16. Porter's Five Forces Analysis - Biological Crop Protection Market 17. SWOT Analysis - Biological Crop Protection Market 18. Policy and Regulatory Landscape 19. Competitive Landscape 19.1 Product Benchmarking 20. Company Profiles 20.1 BASF SE 20.2 Bayer Crop Science AG 20.3 The Dow Chemical Company 20.4 Novozymes 20.5 Syngenta 20.6 FMC Corporation 20.7 DuPont 20.8 Monsanto Company 20.9 Marrone Bio Innovations 20.10 Valent BioSciences Corporation For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rh5md4/global_biological


Hayward A.C.,University of Queensland | Fegan N.,Food Science Australia | Fegan M.,University of Queensland | Fegan M.,Australian Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries | Stirling G.R.,Biological Crop Protection
Journal of Applied Microbiology | Year: 2010

Summary The exploration of new source materials and the use of alternative isolation and identification methods have led to rapid expansion in the knowledge of diversity; in Lysobacter, 11 new species having been described since 2005, and in Stenotrophomonas with six new species since 2000. The new species of Lysobacter, isolated by dilution and direct plating on standard media, differ in several key phenotypic properties from those obtained by enrichment on complex polysaccharides in the original description of the genus. Revision of the definition of the genus will be required. Both culture-dependent and culture-independent methods to assess community structure, in a variety of host and nonhost environments, have established that some species of Lysobacter are a dominant component of the microflora, where previously their presence had not been suspected. Culture-independent studies have generally not added new information on the occurrence and distribution of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia and other members of the genus, which are readily isolated on standard media from source materials. Lysobacter enzymogenes and Sten. maltophilia produce similar antibiotics and share some enzyme activities which, subject to safety considerations, may make them attractive candidates for use in biological control of plant diseases and of nematodes. © 2009 The Society for Applied Microbiology.


Smith M.K.,Maroochy Research Station | Smith J.P.,Maroochy Research Station | Stirling G.R.,Biological Crop Protection
Soil and Tillage Research | Year: 2011

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) production is facing increasing disease and pest pressure and declining yield with continuing intensive cultivation practices. A four year experiment was established in south-eastern Queensland on a red ferrosol that had a long (>60 years) history of ginger farming. Minimal tillage and organic amendments were compared with conventional practice that involved frequent tillage and soil fumigation using 1,3-dichloropropene (Telone®). Ginger crops were grown in the second and fourth year of the experiment, following an annual rotation with different cover crops including oats (Avena sativa), Brassica spp., soybean (Glycine max) and forage sorghum (Sorghum bicolour X S. sudanese). A pasture ley of Pangola grass (Digitaria eriantha subsp. pentzii) provided a treatment continuum from major to minor disruption in the soil's physical fertility and biological communities, and was therefore only planted to ginger in the fourth year of the experiment. Ginger seed-pieces (sections of the rhizome used for planting) were planted into both tilled and untilled beds using a double disc opener on a specially designed ginger planter. Rhizome yield in the final year was greatest (74.2t/ha) and losses to pathogens (Pythium myriotylum and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. zingiberi) minimal (7.0%) in the pasture ley that had been cultivated prior to planting ginger. Furthermore, the minimum-tilled cover cropped treatment, which likewise had been cultivated prior to planting ginger, yielded well (62.0t/ha), with few losses (5.0%) from rhizome rots. Conversely the fumigated treatment had the highest losses (35.9%) due to Pythium Soft Rot and lowest yields (20.2t/ha). Minimum-tilled plantings of ginger, however, resulted in poor yields (30.9-43.1t/ha) but had acceptable levels of disease. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.


Stirling G.R.,Biological Crop Protection | Moody P.W.,0 Meiers Road | Stirling A.M.,Biological Crop Protection
Applied Soil Ecology | Year: 2010

This study compared the properties of conventionally managed sugarcane soils (sugarcane monoculture, extensive tillage during the replanting operation, random traffic from harvest machinery and crop residues sometimes burnt) with soils under a new sugarcane farming system based on crop rotation, minimum tillage, controlled traffic and residue retention. Soils under perennial pasture were included as a standard reference. Adjacent fields under the three land management practices (new sugarcane, conventional sugarcane and pasture) were sampled at 11 sites in tropical and sub-tropical Australia and a range of soil properties were measured (texture, soil chemical parameters, enzyme activity, composition of the nematode community, catabolism of C sources using Biolog Ecoplates®). For most parameters, differences between soils under the new and conventional sugarcane farming system were not significant. Pasture soils were markedly different. They had nearly twice as much total C, total N, permanganate-oxidisable C and water-soluble C as cropped soils and this impacted on their biochemical and biological status. Thus cellulase activity and microbial activity (measured as the rate of degradation of fluorescein diacetate) were respectively five and two times higher in pasture soils than in soils cropped to sugarcane. Analysis of nematode assemblages indicated that total numbers of free-living nematodes and the ratio of free-living to plant-parasitic nematodes were higher in pasture than sugarcane soils and that fungal-feeding nematodes were more predominant under pasture than sugarcane. These results indicate that the biological status of sugarcane soils is poor relative to soils under permanent grass pasture. However, sugarcane soils managed under the new farming system for 5-7 years had a lower C/N ratio, more free-living nematodes and a greater proportion of fungivorous to bacterivorous nematodes than conventionally managed soils, indicating a shift towards the biological properties of pasture soils. Since such improvements in the health of non-tilled sugarcane soils are likely to continue for many years, the data obtained in this study will be a useful benchmark for future studies. © 2010 Elsevier B.V.


Stirling G.R.,Biological Crop Protection | Halpin N.V.,Agri Science Queensland | Bell M.J.,Agri Science Queensland
Nematropica | Year: 2011

Most Australian sugarcane crops are harvested green, with the crop residues left behind after harvest remaining on the soil surface as mulch, a process known as green cane trash blanketing. Sampling in trash-blanketed sugarcane fields showed that roots were present to a depth of 150 cm, but that more than 90% of the root biomass was in the upper 30 cm of the soil profile. Many of these roots were concentrated in a layer just below the trash blanket and they were unusually healthy, presumably because population densities of Pratylenchus zeae/g root were 5-16 times lower than in roots a few cm further down the profile. Results of a microcosm experiment indicated that mulching soil with sugarcane residue increased soil C, microbial activity and numbers of free-living nematodes, and enhanced suppressiveness to Meloidogyne javanica and P. zeae to a greater extent than incorporating the residue into soil. It is hypothesized that roots immediately beneath the trash blanket remain healthy because C inputs from root exudates and organic matter on the soil surface sustain a soil food web capable of suppressing root pathogens, including plant-parasitic nematodes.


Bhuiyan S.A.,Sugar Research Australia SRA | Croft B.J.,Sugar Research Australia SRA | Stirling G.R.,Biological Crop Protection | Wong E.,Sugar Research Australia SRA | And 2 more authors.
Australasian Plant Pathology | Year: 2016

Root lesion nematode (Pratylenchus zeae) and root knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) are the two most important nematode pathogens of sugarcane in Australia. They cause significant yield loss but there are no known varieties with resistance. A research project commenced in 2011 to assess the level of nematode resistance in the progenies from clones derived from crosses between sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) and Erianthus spp. or Saccharum spontaneum Since standard methods of assessing nematode resistance in sugarcane clones were not available, the study aimed to develop rapid, effective and reliable methods for the screening of large numbers of clones for resistance to root lesion and root knot nematodes. A second objective was to determine the resistance of basic Saccharum spp., their wild relatives and some selected crosses to these two nematodes. Shoot and root biomass, reproduction factors (RF) and number of nematodes (or eggs) per g of roots were used to assess resistance levels. A visual rating of root galling was also used for root knot nematodes. The RF value, nematodes or eggs per g of roots, and visual rating (for root-knot nematode) were highly correlated. Resistant and susceptible clones were distinguished using any of these methods. It is concluded that the RF values can be used to detect nematode resistance in large numbers of clones. In the case of root-knot nematodes, visual gall ratings produced results that were similar to egg counts, and could be used as an alternative in future. For advanced clones, rating based on nematodes or eggs per g of root is likely to provide more accurate results. Basic S. spontaneum, E. arundinaceus clones and some progeny clones from crosses between these wild canes and commercial sugarcane clones, or from further backcrosses between these and sugarcane clones, were found to be resistant or moderately resistant to root-knot and root lesion-nematode. These clones are being further tested in the glasshouse and in the field, and should be useful sources of resistance for root-lesion and root-knot nematodes for sugarcane breeding programs. © 2016, Australasian Plant Pathology Society Inc.


DUBLIN, Feb 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dublin - Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Biological Crop Protection (Bio-Pesticide) Market-By Type, By Application, By End User, By Region, By Country: Opportunities & Forecasts (2016-2021)" report to their...


DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Biological Crop Protection (Bio-Pesticide) Market-By Type, By Application, By End User, By Region, By Country: Opportunities & Forecasts (2016-2021)" report to their offering. Global Biological Crop Protection Market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 11.33% during 2016-2021. The strong growth in biopesticide or biological crop protection market is driven by the surging demand for less toxic or organic food with new emerging markets in developing regions. Rise in agricultural productivity as well as increase in demand for chemical free crop protection solution are the major factors affecting the growth of biological crop protection solution. Although, biofungicides holds the major percentage share in the total market and is projected to display a faster growth in the future. Among the regions, North America holds the largest market share mainly due to growing regulations. However, APAC is expected to grow at a faster pace during forecasted period. For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/72lzrj/global_biological

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