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Agrow Biopesticides 2013

December 19, 2013

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Agrow Biopesticides 2013


Regional Markets, Companies, Products, Patents and Regulatory Frameworks

The biopesticides sector is estimated to be worth around $1.5 billion per annum, with an annual growth rate expected to soon reach 15%.

Biopesticides are attracting greater interest as core options in crop protection programmes, with a number of recent high profile acquisitions by major R&D based companies. The largest regional market for biopesticides is North America, currently accounting for around 40% of sales. Europe, Asia and Latin America, represent 25%, 20% and 10%, respectively.

This report covers all world markets, as well as regulatory definitions and paths for biopesticides.

The report looks in detail at:
– the regulatory sectors and all major industry organisations
– the key players and significant acquisitions
– company profiles and product portfolios of leading biopesticide companies
– recent patenting activities
– future growth trends and strategic developments

4 reasons why you should order:
1. Learn about the key drivers for growth in the biopesticide market
2. Understand the regulatory framework in world markets
3. See what the leading biopesticide companies are working on
4. Develop strategies based on expected future growth trends and developments


Contents

Executive Summary 9

1. Introduction 13

1.1 Summary 13
1.2 Introduction 14
1.2.1 Definitions and scope 14
1.2.2 History 16
1.2.3 Advantages and disadvantages 17
1.3 Market 17
1.3.1 Recent developments and drivers 17
1.3.2 Global market size 18
1.3.3 Markets by region 19
1.3.3.1 North America 20
1.3.3.2 Europe 21
1.3.3.3 Latin America 22
1.3.3.4 Asia-Pacific 22
1.4 Organic farming 23
1.4.1 Organic approved products 23
1.4.2 Markets 24
1.5 Regulation of biopesticides 27
1.5.1 Europe 27
1.5.2 USA 30
1.6 Biopesticide and biological control organisations 30
1.7 References and resources 31

2. Company profiles and portfolios 33

2.1 Summary 33
2.2 Introduction 33
2.3 Recent developments with crop protection majors 34
2.3.1 BASF 34
2.3.2 Bayer CropScience 34
2.3.3 Dow AgroSciences 35
2.3.4 DuPont 35
2.3.5 Monsanto 36
2.3.6 Syngenta 36
2.4 Biological crop protection companies 37
2.4.1 ABiTEP 37
2.4.2 Adjuvants Plus 38
2.4.3 Advanced Biological Marketing 38
2.4.4 AgraQuest (Bayer CropScience) 38
2.4.5 Agrilibrium 39
2.4.6 Agrinos 40
2.4.7 Andermatt Biocontrol 41
2.4.8 Acadian AgriTech 43
2.4.9 Becker Underwood (BASF) 43
2.4.10 Bio-Innovation AB 45
2.4.11 BioWorks 45
2.4.12 Certis USA 46
2.4.13 E.I.D-Parry 48
2.4.14 e-nema 48
2.4.15 Exosect 49
2.4.16 Intrachem 49
2.4.17 Isagro 49
2.4.18 JHBiotech 50
2.4.19 Koppert 50
2.4.20 Marrone Bio Innovations 51
2.4.21 Natural Industries 52
2.4.22 Novozymes 53
2.4.23 Oxitec 54
2.4.24 Pacific Biocontrol 54
2.4.25 Pasteuria Bioscience (Syngenta) 54
2.4.26 Plant Health Care 54
2.4.27 Prophyta 56
2.4.28 SEDQ 57
2.4.29 Suterra 57
2.4.30 Verdera 57
2.4.31 Valent Biosciences 58
2.4.32 Chinese Companies 59
2.5 Patents 60
2.6 References and resources 66

3. Control of Insects and other pests 67

3.1 Summary 67
3.2 Introduction 68
3.3 Microbial products 69
3.3.1 Bacillus thuringiensis 69
3.3.2 Beauveria bassiana 70
3.3.3 Metarhizium anisopliae 71
3.3.4 Baculoviruses 71
3.4 Extracts 72
3.4.1 Pyrethrum and pyrethrins 72
3.4.2 Neem 73
3.5 Nematode-based products 74
3.6 Macrobials 76
3.7 Semiochemicals 78
3.8 Recent patents 80
3.9 References and resources 82

4. Disease Control and Plant Health 83

4.1 Summary 83
4.2 Introduction 83
4.3 Microbial disease control products 84
4.3.1 Bacillus spp. 85
4.3.2 Pseudomonas spp. 86
4.3.3 Trichoderma spp. 86
4.3.4 Coniothyrium minitans 87
4.4 Extracts 88
4.4.1 Harpin 88
4.4.2 Kasugamycin 89
4.5 Patents 90
4.6 References and resources 92

5. Biostimulants 95

5.1 Summary 95
5.2 Introduction 95
5.3 Microbials 95
5.3.1 Bacteria 97
5.3.2 Fungi 99
5.4 Extracts 99
5.5 Patents 101
5.6 References and resources 101

6. Bioherbicides 103

6.1 Summary 103
6.2 Introduction 103
6.3 Microbial bioherbicides 104
6.3.1 Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. 104
6.3.2 Phoma macrostoma 105
6.3.3 Recent developments 105
6.4 Extracts and biochemicals 107
6.4.1 Bialaphos 107
6.4.2 Fatty acids and oils 107
6.5 Patents 108
6.6 References and resources 108

7. Production, formulation and application 111

7.1 Summary 111
7.2 Introduction 111
7.3 Production 112
7.4 Formulation 112
7.5 Application 113
7.6 References and resources 114

Appendix 1: Abbreviations 115



Tables


Table 1.1: Active ingredient segmentation of the biopesticides sector 15
Table 1.2: Milestones in the history of the biopesticide sector. 16
Table 1.3: Advantages and disadvantages of biopesticides compared to conventional
chemical crop protection products. 17
Table 1.4: Summary of estimates and comments on value of the global biopesticides market. 19
Table 1.5: US biopesticides: Number of products by active ingredient and target categories. 21
Table 1.6a: EU biopesticides – Number of products by active ingredient and target categories. 21
Table 1.6b: EU biopesticides – Number of products for particular crops in some key countries. 22
Table 1.7: ASEAN market biopesticides: Percentage of total products by active ingredient
and crop categories. 22
Table 1.8: Chinese Biological Pesticide Registrations (2011). 23
Table 1.9: Top ten countries for organic food market value (2010). 24
Table 1.10: Top ten countries for certified organic agricultural land (2011 unless stated). 25
Table 1.11: Leading organic horticultural crops and major producer countries (2010). 26
Table 2.1: ABM’s biostimulant product range 38
Table 2.2: AgraQuest (Bayer CropScience) product range. 39
Table 2.3: Agrilibrium biopesticide product range 40
Table 2.4: Agrinos HYT system. 41
Table 2.5: Andermatt biopesticide product range 41
Table 2.6: Arcadian AgriTech biostimulant range 43
Table 2.7: Becker Underwood biopesticide product range 43
Table 2.8: BioWorks biopesticide product range. 45
Table 2.9: Certis USA biopesticide product range 47
Table 2.10: e-nema portfolio of nematode-based products. 48
Table 2.11: Intrachem biopesticide product range (Italy) 49
Table 2.12: JHBiotech biostimulant product range 50
Table 2.13: Koppert microbial biopesticide product range 50
Table 2.14: Marrone Bio Innovations biopesticide product range 52
Table 2.15: Natural Industries biopesticide product range 52
Table 2.16: Novozymes product range. 53
Table 2.17: Plant Health Care biostimulant and plant health product range. 56
Table 2.18: Prophyta biopesticide product range. 57
Table 2.19: Verdera biopesticide product range. 58
Table 2.20: Valent Biosciences’s biopesticide product range. 59
Table 2.21: Recent biopesticide patent applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty. 60
Table 3.1: Main species of nematodes used in commercial products and their characteristics. 75
Table 3.2: Biofungicide PCT patent applications filed since 2008. 90
Table 3.3: Other patent applications concerning pest control, eg nematodes, molluscs, filed
under the Patent Cooperation Treaty since 2008. 81
Table 4.1: Important biofungicides based on Bacillus spp. 85
Table 5.1: Bacteria used in biostimulant products 97
Table 5.2: Fungi and yeast used in biostimulant products 99
Table 5.3: Extracts of algae, fungi and bacteria found in biostimulant products. 100
Table 5.4: Patent applications relating to biostimulants filed since 2008 under the Patent
Cooperation Treaty. 101
Table 6.1: Recent microbial bioherbicide developments. 106
Table 6.2: Patent applications concerning bioherbicides filed under the Patent Cooperation
Treaty since 2008. . 108


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