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Our in-depth reports, authored by industry experts, provide clarity of the key challenges and opportunities facing your business and industry. Spanning crop protection, animal health, fertilizers and commodities, they help you to understand how your business could be impacted.
In this Animal Pharm report, we chart the evolution of healthcare in intensive aquaculture from its inception to the present day and give our unique insight into the future trajectory for innovation in the healthcare sector, and the impact of the DNA Revolution.
Fertecon already routinely tracks developments in the feed phosphate market, and against the backdrop of the global debate on climate change and farming practices, we feel it is valuable to present our data and analysis to an external audience.
The use of digital technology and data in animal health began to significantly gain pace as little as three years ago. This report examines the different areas of technological development in each area of animal health.
This important report reviews new active ingredients and focuses on the commercial introductions made during 2012 to 2018. Although the spotlight is on chemical control, updates on bioinsecticides and bionematicides are also included.
This report showcases the leading start-up companies in the animal health sector. The report provides an overview of more than 100 young companies in animal health and nutrition as well as in-depth profiles of the top 20 startups.
This report provides a comprehensive guide to pesticide product registration under the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as well as guidance for pesticide product registration in Canada under the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA).
This report looks at a wide ranging number of topics relating to sustainability and examines the approaches being taken by both public organisations and companies. Best practices are discussed, as well as guidelines on how to establish sustainable claims.
This report is 423 pages of everything you need to know about crop protection and the respective product registrations in China, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. It is the combination of our individual reports into these countries.
Although the trunk injection industry is relatively small, it is showing positive growth. Companies are looking to supply fungicides, insecticides, fertilisers and plant growth regulators (PGRs) in formulations which can be injected directly into the vascular tissue of trees to better protect orchards, forests, and urban trees.
The crop protection market of Africa is valued at US$2.6 billion. 77% of this market is made up of insecticides and herbicides. China supplies most of the crop protection products at 31% and India supplies 13%.
Agrow New Generics 2018-2023 is a completely revised and updated edition of this essential report which identifies and profiles crop protection active ingredients whose composition of matter patents will start to expire over the next five years (exact national dates depending on supplementary protection).
This report provides a detailed outlook of the world sugar and ethanol markets to 2028. It includes extensive statistics and fully covers the EU, Russia, Brazil, the US, Canada, Mexico, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Australia.
The biopesticide market has shown remarkable growth over the last 15 years. In 2003 global biopesticide sales were as US$ 0.6 billion, today they are at US$ 3 billion, and sales are projected to reach US$ 11 billion by 2025.
The eradication of malaria is a global issue requiring professionals to fully understand the ecology of the disease vectors. The authors of this unique report have 40 years’ experience across 5 continents and have produced a comprehensive overview of the biology, behaviour, and impact of mosquitoes.