Pesticides must be registered by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) before they can be sold. EPA can register only pesticides that will have no unreasonable adverse effects on the environment or human health. If, after a pesticide is registered, EPA determines that it no longer meets this standard, EPA has the authority to cancel the registration (but rarely does), thereby removing the pesticide from the market. A company seeking to register a pesticide (the “registrant”) must produce dozens of scientific studies for EPA to assess various aspects of the chemical, including toxicity, ecological effects, and environmental fate. EPA then determines whether the pesticide meets the safety standard. Unfortunately, despite all these data, harm still occurs. The required toxicity studies do not include many important endpoints such as immune system toxicity, endocrine system disruptions, learning deficits, or chronic illnesses. Yet, all of these endpoints have been linked to pesticide exposure. Harm also occurs because pesticides are reviewed only every fifteen years, leaving long lag times between science and regulations.
By product type, market is segmented into herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and other chemicals. Further the products are segmented by orgin, synthetic and biopesticides. By application area, pesticides demand has been analyzed in terms of crop-based (including grains & cereals, oilseeds and fruits & vegetables) and non-crop-based (including turf & ornamental grass and other non-crop-based applications)..
Key Deliverables in the Study:
1. Market analysis for the Uniited States Pesticides market, with region specific assessments and competition analysis on Europe.
2. Market definition along with the identification of key drivers and restraints.
3. Identification of factors instrumental in changing the market scenarios, rising prospective opportunities, and identification of key companies that can influence this market of North America.
4. Extensively researched competitive landscape section with profiles of major companies along with their market shares.
5. Identification and analysis of the macro and micro factors that affect the United States pesticides market.
6. A comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.
7. A wide-ranging knowledge and insights about the major players in this industry and the key strategies adopted by them to sustain and grow in the studied market.
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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. Regulatory Environment
3.1 Regulations for Pesticides in the United States
3.1.1 Regulations for Generic Producers
18.104.22.168 Me-Too Registrations
4. Overview of the United States Market for Pesticides
5. Market Segmentation
5.1 Synthetic Pesticides
5.1.1 Synthetic Herbicides
5.1.2 Synthetic Insecticides
5.1.3 Synthetic Fungicides
5.1.4 Other Synthetic Pesticides
5.2.4 Other Biopesticides
6. Market Segmentation by Application Area
6.1 Crop-Based Applications
6.1.1 Grains & Cereals
6.1.3 Fruits & Vegetables
6.2 Non-Crop-Based Applications
6.2.1 Turf & Ornamental Grass
6.2.2 Other Non-Crop-Based Applications
7. Competitive Overview
7.1 Market Share Analysis
7.2 Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
8. Profiles of Major Companies
8.1 Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd (Formerly Makhteshim Agan Industries Ltd) (Israel)
8.2 American Vanguard Corporation (United States)
8.2.1 AMVAC Chemical Corporation (United States)
8.3 Arysta LifeScience (Japan)
8.4 BASF SE (Germany)
8.5 Bayer CropScience AG (Germany)
8.6 Bioworks Inc (United States)
8.7 Cheminova A/S (Denmark)
8.8 Chemtura AgroSolutions (United States)
8.9 Dow AgroSciences LLC (United States)
8.10 DuPont (United States)
8.11 FMC Corporation (United States)
8.12 Isagro SpA (Italy)
8.13 Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha Ltd (Japan)
8.14 Marrone Bio Innovations Inc (United States)
8.15 Monsanto Company (United States)
8.16 Natural Industries (United States)
8.17 Nufarm Ltd (Australia)
8.18 Syngenta International AG (Switzerland)
8.19 Valent Biosciences Corp (United States)
9. Patents Scenario
10.1 Secondary Sources
AMVAC Chemical Corporation (United States)
Arysta LifeScience (Japan)
BASF SE (Germany)
Bayer CropScience (Germany)
BioWorks Inc. (United States)
Cheminova A/S (Denmark)
Chemtura AgroSolutions (United States)
Dow AgroSciences Llc (United States)
DuPont (United States)
FMC Corporation (United States)
Isagro S.p.A. (Italy)
Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha Ltd (Japan)
Marrone Bio Innovations (United States)
Monsanto Company (United States)
Natural Industries (United States)
Nufarm Ltd (Australia)
Syngenta AG (Switzerland)
Valent BioSciences Corporation (United States)