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Author: Jake Cooley | Number of pages: 280 | PDF Report

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%.

The level of urbanisation in Africa is expected to increase to 50% by 2040 and this will lead to fundamental changes to the food system. Fresh and perishable goods including meat and vegetables will become more important. Crop protection will become vital as horticultural farmers work to increase yields and minimise damage to crops by insects, disease, and weed infestation.

Key Insights include:

  • Crop protection market sizes by region
  • Evaluation of industry structure
  • Biotechnology regulations
  • Government and private sector investment

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