Biopesticides 2016: Biofungicides, Bioinsecticides, Bionematicides and Bioherbiceds

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  • Region: Global
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The Leading R&D Based Companies Have Strengthened their Biopesticides Portfolios Based on Acquisitions and Collaborations

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABiTEP
  • Bayer CropScience
  • Bioinsecticides
  • e-nema
  • LAM International
  • Phyllom BioProducts
  • MORE
Biopesticides are now widely available options in many crop protection programmes. They are firmly established for use in fruit and vegetables and are increasingly available for broadacre field crops.

The leading R&D based companies have strengthened their portfolios based on acquisitions and collaborations. Of the many specialist biopesticide companies, several are now achieving a global reach.

The development of the biopesticides sector is being driven by a number of factors including their favourable environmental profile and absence of chemical residues; the difficulty in finding novel chemical active ingredients; and improved understanding of how best to use biological products, particularly in integrated pest management systems.

This extensively updated report summarises the whole area of crop protection by biological agents, with the main focus on the control of pests and diseases by products based on microorganisms.

The market is described and the product portfolios and activities of the major companies and the predominant smaller companies are reviewed. Possible future developments are considered by a review of recent patent applications.

Biofungicides, bioinsecticides, bionematicides and bioherbicides are reviewed, with technical profiles of key microorganisms used in biopesticide products.

Also fully discussed are aspects of the production, formulation and application of biopesticides differing from those of conventional chemical crop protection products.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABiTEP
  • Bayer CropScience
  • Bioinsecticides
  • e-nema
  • LAM International
  • Phyllom BioProducts
  • MORE
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Executive Summary

1. Introduction
1.1 Summary
1.2 Introduction
1.3 Definitions and scope
1.3.1 History
1.3.2 Advantages and disadvantages
1.4 Market
1.4.1 Recent developments and drivers
1.5 Global market size
1.5.1 Markets by region
1.6 Organic farming
1.6.1 Organic approved products
1.6.2 Organic markets
1.7 Regulation of biopesticides
1.7.1 Europe
1.7.2 USA
1.8 Biopesticide and biological control organisations
1.9 References and resources

2. Agrochemical companies
2.1 Summary
2.2 Introduction
2.3 BASF
2.3.1 Biofungicides
2.3.2 Bioinsecticides
2.4 Bayer CropScience
2.4.1 Biofungicides
2.4.2 Bioinsecticides and bionematicides
2.5 Dow AgroSciences
2.6 DuPont
2.7 Monsanto
2.7.1 BioAg Alliance
2.7.2 Other biopesticide activities
2.7.3 Acceleron seed treatments
2.7.4 BioDirect
2.8 Syngenta
2.8.1 Biofungicides
2.8.2 Bionematicides
2.8.3 Macrobials
2.9 Others
2.9.1 Adama Agricultural Solutions
2.9.2 Arysta LifeScience
2.9.3 FMC
2.9.4 Ihara
2.9.5 Isagro
2.10 References and resources

3. Biological crop protection companies
3.1 Summary
3.2 Introduction
3.3 ABiTEP
3.4 Adjuvants Plus
3.5 Advanced Biological Marketing
3.6 AgriLibrium
3.7 Andermatt Biocontrol
3.8 BioProdex
3.9 Bio Insumos Navita
3.10 BioConsortia
3.11 Bioguard
3.12 Bio-Innovation AB
3.13 BioWorks
3.14 Certis USA
3.14.1 Biofungicides
3.14.2 Bioinsecticides
3.15 E.I.D-Parry
3.16 e-nema
3.17 Exosect
3.18 Koppert
3.19 LAM International
3.20 Marrone Bio Innovations
3.20.1 Recent collaborations
3.20.2 Product range
3.20.3 Product pipeline and recent patent applications
3.21 Novozymes
3.22 Oxitec
3.23 Pacific Biocontrol
3.24 Phyllom BioProducts
3.25 Plant Health Care
3.26 SEDQ
3.27 Som Phytopharma
3.28 Stockton
3.29 Suterra
3.30 Verdera
3.31 Valent BioSciences
3.32 Vestaron
3.33 Chinese Companies
3.34 References and resources

4. Control of insects and other pests
4.1 Summary
4.2 Introduction
4.3 Microbial Products
4.3.1 Bacillus thuringiensis
4.3.2 Beauveria bassiana
4.3.3 Metarhizium anisopliae
4.3.4 Baculoviruses
4.4 Biochemical extracts
4.4.1 Pyrethrum and pyrethrins
4.4.2 Neem
4.5 Nematode-based products
4.6 Macrobials
4.6.1 Predators
4.6.2 Parasitoids
4.7 Semiochemicals
4.7.1 Examples of major pheromone use in IPM
4.8 New bioinsecticides
4.9 Bionematicides
4.10 Recent patents
4.11 References and resources

5. Disease control and plant health
5.1 Summary
5.2 Introduction
5.3 Microbial disease control products
5.3.1 Bacillus spp.
5.3.2 Pseudomonas spp.
5.3.3 Trichoderma spp.
5.3.4 Coniothyrium minitans
5.4 Biochemical extracts
5.4.1 Harpin
5.4.2 Kasugamycin
5.5 New products
5.6 Patents
5.7 References and resources

6. Bioherbicides
6.1 Summary
6.2 Introduction
6.3 Microbial bioherbicides
6.3.1 Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
6.3.2 Phoma macrostoma
6.3.3 Bacteria: Pseudomonas fluorescens and Xanthomonas campestris
6.3.4 Recent developments
6.4 Biochemical extracts
6.4.1 Bialaphos
6.4.2 Fatty acids and oils
6.5 Patents
6.6 References and resources

7. Production, formulation and application
7.1 Summary
7.2 Introduction
7.3 Production
7.4 Formulation
7.5 Specialist biopesticides formulation and application companies
7.6 Application
7.7 References and resources

Appendix 1: Abbreviations
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- ABiTEP
- Adjuvants Plus
- Advanced Biological Marketing
- AgriLibrium
- Andermatt Biocontrol
- Arysta LifeScience
- BASF
- Bayer CropScience
- Bio Insumos Navita
- Bio-Innovation AB
- BioConsortia
- BioProdex
- BioWorks
- Biofungicides
- Bioguard
- Bioinsecticides
- Certis USA
- DuPont
- E.I.D-Parry
- e-nema
- Exosect
- FMC
- Ihara
- Isagro
- Koppert
- LAM International
- Marrone Bio Innovations
- Monsanto
- Novozymes
- Oxitec
- Pacific Biocontrol
- Phyllom BioProducts
- Plant Health Care
- SEDQ
- Som Phytopharma
- Stockton
- Suterra
- Syngenta
- Valent BioSciences
- Verdera
- Vestaron
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