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Influencing Factors of Pesticide Industry in China

  • ID: 2063085
  • Report
  • September 2010
  • Region: China
  • 32 Pages
  • CCM Information
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Influence factors for the development of pesticide industry in China are detailedly analyzed from the aspects of policies factors, social environment, economic factors, environmental/natural factors, and technological factors.
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Executive summary


I-1 Policies factors
- Pesticide manufacturer approval policies
- Pesticide registration administration policies
- Sewage discharge regulations related to pesticide
- Outlook

II Social environment
II.1 Characteristics of pesticide users
II.2 Urbanization
II.3 Controversial issue of safety of GM Crops

III Economic factors

IV Environmental/natural factors
- Situation of crop cultivation (Structure and area)
- Situation of GM crops
- Situation of non-tillage crops
- Pest and disease occurrence and resistance

V Technological factors Disclaimers

Table I.1 Major administrations and policies on pesticides or pesticide industry in China
Table I.2 New entrance threshold stipulated in the Notice No. 485 [2008]
Table I.3 Contrast of pesticide enterprises’ registration capital between current standard and “Pesticide Production Entrance Conditions (draft)”, million USD
Table I.4 Restricted pesticides in “Pesticide Production Entrance Conditions (draft) [2009]”
Table I.5 New polices issued in recent two years for pesticide industry in China
Table I.6 Components of effluent standards of pollutants for pesticide industry, 2008
Table I.7 Effluent standards of pollutants for heterocyclic pesticides industry, mg/l
Table I.8 Integrated wastewater discharge standard, GB8978-1996, Mg/l
Table I.9 Environmental protection policies and environmental cost in pesticide industry in China, as of August 2010
Table IV.1 Global planting area of GM crops, 2000~2009, million hectare
Table IV.2 Non-tillage cultivation system development plan in China, million ha.
Table IV.3 Advantages of non-tillage cultivation technology
Table IV.4 Areas of diseases and insect pests, breakdown by major traditional crops, 2003-2010
Table IV.5 Areas of diseases and insect pests of the major traditional crops, breakdown by disease and pests, 2003-2010
Table IV.6 Areas of diseases and insect pests, breakdown by major cash crops, 2006-2010, million ha.
Table IV.7 Areas of diseases and insect pests on major cash crops (vegetable, apple, orange), breakdown by diseases and pests, 2006-2010
Table IV.8 Common pesticide-resistant insect pests and diseases in China
Table V.1 Technologies to be greatly promoted in the coming three years in China

Figure III.2.1 Per capita disposable income of urban residents in China, 2000~2009
Figure III.2.2 Per capita net income of rural residents in China, 2000~2009
Figure IV.1 China’s crop planting area, 1991~2009
Figure IV.2 Comparison of China’s crop planting area, 2002 and 2009
Figure IV.3 Planting area of major grain crops in China, 1991-2009
Figure IV.4 Global GM crops planting area, 1996~2009
Figure IV.5 Insect-resistant GM crops planting area in China, 1999~2009
Figure IV.6 Total stricken area of crop diseases and insect pests, 2003~2010
Figure IV.7 Structure of grain loss caused by plant diseases, insect pests and weeds, 2009
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