Global Mites and Piercing-Sucking Insects: 2012 Market Analysis and Opportunities

    Jun 26 2013   Pages: 0   Language: English   Price: Inquire

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      Global Mites and Piercing-Sucking Insects: Market Analysis and Opportunities will cover four crop categories and the important crop and noncrop markets to determine the extent of recognized damage from piercing-sucking pests, important species, and the degree to which cultural and biorational methods are used along with chemical miticides and insecticides to control these pests.

      This report will cover market analyses of the important crops in each of the groupings: field crops, fruits and nuts, specialty crops, and vegetables. An executive summary will give an overview of the piercing-sucking pest control sector, and each crop-based chapter will cover the same data points for all product types that are used. The previous edition of this study only covered mites, but we are expanding this edition to include the closely related insects.

      Pests to be included are:

      • Mites (all)
      • Aphids
      • Thrips
      • Whiteflies
      • Leafhoppers
      • Other important pests

      Regional Coverage: North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific


      A comprehensive analysis of infestations, treatment methods, and chemicals used to treat mites and piercing-sucking insects on major field and specialty crops focusing on key trends, developments, changes, challenges, and business opportunities, and addressing such issues as:

      • What are the key crops that piercing-sucking pests infest, and what is the level of damage they cause?
      • What pathogens do these pests cause to the crops, and what is the value of this damage?
      • What factors have made field crops such a volatile segment for piercing-sucking pests while fruits and nuts are relatively steady?
      • Which companies have emerged as the leaders in the changing segment supplying pesticides to these key pest segments?
      • Which are the leading products used for each crop?

       

       

      Management teams of basic producers and formulators of miticides/insecticides will benefit from having a focused snapshot of the current market to treat piercing-sucking pest and mites to aid in product development, marketing, and sales planning. Other key benefits include:

      • Better understanding of the way the control of mites and piercing-sucking insects fits into the overall pest management program for the crop
      • Economic data on crop production that helps readers appreciate how crop economics and cultural practices drive piercing-sucking pests treatments thresholds, which in turn determine the market size and product mix
      • Detailed sales and market shares by product and company for important crops in each country and pest
      • Potential new crop markets that could fuel growth in treatments for these pests in the future
      • Provide rates and prices of key products used to treat piercing-sucking pests and mites in selected countries along with any potential new products
      • How changing cultural practices have affected the demand for insecticides and miticides in several crops
      • Product features that are most important in a new insecticide/miticide entry
      • Detailed five-year forecast use by pest and crop

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