Brazil Crop Protection Chemicals (Pesticides) Market – Growth, Trends And Forecasts (2014 – 2019)

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    • Summary
      Brazil's market for Pesticides is the largest and fastest growing in Latin America, with estimated volume and value shares of over 45% in 2014. Synthetic Pesticides lead the overall consumption and demand in the region.

      The Brazilian agricultural industry plays a significant role in the country’s economy due to the immensity of resources available to it. This has enabled the country to become a major producer of citrus, cocoa, coffee, corn, rice, soybeans, sugarcane and wheat; with several of these products also destined for exports. With an approximate two-thirds share of the country, the Southern part of Brazil has a semi-temperate or moderate climate, with fertile soils and high levels of rainfall ensuring that irrigation and feeding of crops can be well maintained. Overall consumption of pesticides in Brazil is slated to progress at a CAGR of 7.3%, with the value demand tipped to be marginally higher with a 7.9% CAGR over the 2014-2020 analysis period.

      The Brazilian market for pesticides has certain unique characteristics, which differentiates it from other markets. These include higher margins, high concentrations, the longest payment terms and continuous, sustainable agricultural growth. Domestic farmers have traditionally spent more money on pesticides per hectare in Brazil, compared to other Latin American countries. However, pollinators have been found to be adversely affected by the use of pesticides, which has constrained growth to some extent. The leading eight companies comprising Syngenta, Bayer, BASF, FMC, DuPont, Dow, Monsanto and Iharabras corner more than 72% of the share in the country. Over the last decade, Chinese and Indian companies have been entering Brazil through distribution systems and/or as registration holders, moves that are considered much more lucrative that just supplying products to local distributors.
       
      Brazil’s pesticides market has been extensively covered in this new and exclusive report from Mordor Intelligence, offering strategic insights into the developments shaping this key area. Companies can get an insider view of the pesticides in Brazil in order to make informed decisions.


      1. Introduction

      1.1 Methodology

      1.2 Definition of the Market

       

      2. Global Market Scenario

      2.1 Emerging Trends in the Pesticides Industry

      2.1.1 Demand for Food Safety and Quality Growing

      2.1.2 Biopesticides Gaining Market Share

      2.1.3 Research and Development Costs Burgeoning

      2.1.4 Developing Regions Witnessing Faster Demand

      2.1.5 The Controversy Surrounding GM Crops

       

      3. Overview of the Brazilian Market for Pesticides

       

      4. Market Segmentation

      4.1 Synthetic Pesticides

      4.1.1 Synthetic Herbicides

      4.1.2 Synthetic Insecticides

      4.1.3 Synthetic Fungicides

      4.1.4 Other Synthetic Pesticides

      4.2 Biopesticides

      4.2.1 Bioherbicides

      4.2.2 Bioinsecticides

      4.2.3 Biofungicides

      4.2.4 Other Biopesticides

       

      5. Market Segmentation by Application Area 

       5.1 Crop-Based Applications

       5.1.1 Grains & Cereals

       5.1.2 Oilseeds

       5.1.3 Fruits & Vegetables

       5.2 Non-Crop-Based Applications

       5.2.1 Turf & Ornamental Grass

       5.2.2 Other Non-Crop-Based Applications

       

      6. Competitive Overview

       

      7. Profiles of Major Companies

      7.1 Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd (Formerly Makhteshim Agan Industries Ltd) (Israel)

      7.2 American Vanguard Corporation (United States)

      7.2.1 AMVAC Chemical Corporation (United States)

      7.3 Arysta LifeScience (Japan)

      7.4 BASF SE (Germany)

      7.5 Bayer CropScience AG (Germany)

      7.6 Bioworks Inc (United States)

      7.7 Cheminova A/S (Denmark)

      7.8 Chemtura AgroSolutions (United States)

      7.9 Dow AgroSciences LLC (United States)

      7.10 DuPont (United States)

      7.11 FMC Corporation (United States)

      7.12 Isagro SpA (Italy)

      7.13 Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha Ltd (Japan)

      7.14 Marrone Bio Innovations Inc (United States)

      7.15 Monsanto Company (United States)

      7.16 Natural Industries (United States)

      7.17 Nufarm Ltd (Australia)

      7.18 Syngenta International AG (Switzerland)

      7.19 Valent Biosciences Corp (United States)

       

      8. Appendix

      8.1 Secondary Sources

      8.2 Disclaimers

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