Japan Non-Chemical Seed Treatment Market - Segmented By Application, Crop Type and Geography - Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2017 - 2022

  • ID: 4385204
  • Report
  • Region: Japan
  • 76 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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Seed treatment can be defined as the application of chemical ingredients or biological organisms to the seed that enables in suppressing, controlling or repelling plant pathogens, insects, or other pests that attack seeds, seedlings or plants. The JapanNon-Chemical seed treatment market was worth around $2.6 million in 2015 and is expected to cross $3.98 million by 2020 growing at the CAGR of 8.3% during the forecast period 2015-2020.

The growth in seed treatment industry is largely fuelled by increasing farm sizes and rising concerns over its quality and safety due to harmful effects of chemicals to environment. Thus, some major drivers of the seed treatment industry are rise in the seed costs, crop rotations getting shorter and greater use of multi-component products. The poor farmers in Japan are adopting organic techniques which have a lower environment impact which is driving the market.

Major restraints identified in this report are regulatory structure intervention regarding entry, concerns for the environment and regulation of seed treatment market. Major opportunities are fastest growth rate for biological agents and Japan has a fastest growth rate in seed treatment market.

Japanmarket holds 10% of the Asia-Pacific market revenue by 2020. The Japan market is expected to have a high CAGR of 7.4% due to increasing demand for high yield crop products in the region and rising organic crop production, especially in China, India, Malaysia, Japan and Singapore.

Within this application category, Physical methods constitute the largest sub-category of Non-chemical seed treatment demand. However, Biological seed treatments are slated to witness the fastest CAGR during 2015-2020 in reaching a projected demand by 2020.

By application segment, Japan's utilization of Non-chemical seed treatment chemical agents is forecast to exhibit the fastest 2015-2020 CAGR of 7.3%, thereby reaching a projected US$45.8 million by 2020 from an estimated US$32.2 million in 2015. However, growth in demand for non-chemical agents is likely to outpace chemical agents by posting a 2015-2020 compounded annual rate of 8.3% to emerge as the fastest segment.

Similar to rice, soybeans have constituted a staple of Japanese food culture since ancient times. Typically, the demand from the Japanese soy industry is for a product of superior quality that has high content of protein and sucrose. Japanese manufactures utilize a variety of different soy species that are intended for multiple end uses. Tofu (soybean curd), is the most common end use for soy in Japan, accounting for 58 percent of total food soybean use.Rice is the leading type of crop for seed treatment applications in Japan, estimated to account for 36.3% of the total demand in 2015. In terms of CAGR between 2015 and 2020, however, demand for seed treatment applications in canola is expected to be the fastest crop among all crop types at 8%, Asia remains the hub of rice production, with many countries in the region growing more than one crop per season.

Some of the key companies in the market are Adama, Novozymes, Chemtura, Syngenta and Others. The key players are focusing to expand their business in Asia regions. The leading players in this market adopted various strategies to strengthen the market opportunities and increase their market shares. Acquisitions, agreements & joint ventures are the major strategies adopted by major players.

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  • Market Definition for the specified topic along with identification of key drivers and restraints for the market.
  • Market analysis for the JapanNon-Chemical Seed Treatment Market, with region specific assessments and competition analysis on a global and regional scale.
  • Identification of factors instrumental in changing the market scenarios, rising prospective opportunities and identification of key companies which can influence the market on a global and regional scale.
  • Extensively researched competitive landscape section with profiles of major companies along with their share of markets.
  • Identification and analysis of the Macro and Micro factors that affect the JapanNon-Chemical Seed Treatment Market on both global and regional scale.
  • A comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.
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1. Global Market Overview
1.1 Seed Treatment: An Introduction
1.1.1 Seed Treatment Defined
1.2 Seed Treatment: A Current and Future Perspective
1.2.1 Current Trends in Seed Treatment
1.2.2 What the Future of Seed Treatment Holds
1.3 Seed Statistics
1.3.1 Exports
1.3.2 Imports
2. Introduction
2.1 What is Seed Treatment?
2.1.1 Contemporary Seed Treatments
2.1.2 Good Seed Treatment Practice
2.1.3 The Role of Seed Treatment
2.1.4 Development of Seed Treatments
2.1.5 Seed Treatment and Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
2.1.6 Active Ingredient Loading into the Environment Reduced
2.1.7 Methods of Applying Seed Treatments
2.1.7.1 Seed Dressing
2.1.7.2 Seed Coating
2.1.7.3 Seed Pelleting
2.1.8 User Expectations Addressed
2.2 Biological Seed Treatment
3. Market Drivers, Restraints and Opportunities
3.1 Major Drivers for the Seed Treatment Market
3.1.1 Seed Costs Going Skywards
3.1.2 Price and Weather Volatility
3.1.3 Increase in Farm Sizes
3.1.4 Crop Rotations Getting Shorter
3.1.5 Greater Use of Multi-Component Products
3.1.6 Companies and Suppliers Join the Party
3.2 Key Factors Restraining the Seed Treatment Market
3.2.1 Concerns for the Environment
3.2.2 Imbalance Between Cost and Effectiveness
3.2.3 Limited Dose Capacity
3.2.4 Limited Duration of Protection
3.2.5 Treated Seed Having Limited Shelf Life
3.2.6 Phytotoxicity
3.3 Opportunities for the Seed Treatment Market
3.3.1 Biological Seed Treatment Agents Fostering Growth
3.3.2 Prospects for Seed Treatment Growth Fastest in Asia-Pacific
3.4 Market Scenarios for Seed Treatment
4. Japanese Market Analysis
4.1 Japanese Oilseed Industry: An Appraisal
4.1.1 Production
4.1.2 Consumption
4.1.3 Trade
5. Market Share Analysis
5.1 Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
5.1.1 Syngenta
5.1.2 Bayer CropScience
5.1.3 BASF
5.1.4 Monsanto
5.2 Perspective Based on Strategic Activities of Companies in the Recent Past
5.2.1 Leading Three Players
5.2.1.1 Bayer CropScience
5.2.1.2 BASF SE
5.2.1.3 Syngenta International AG
52.2 Other Players
5.2.2.1 BioWorks Inc
5.2.2.2 Advanced Biological Marketing Inc
5.2.2.3 Valent USA Corp
6. Company Profiles
6.1 Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd (Formerly Makhteshim Agan Industries Ltd) (Israel)
6.1.1 Business Profile
6.1.2 Financials
6.1.3 Seed Treatment Product Portfolio
6.2 Advanced Biological Marketing Inc (United States)
6.2.1 Business Profile
6.2.2 Product Portfolio
6.2.3 Strategic Developments
6.3 BASF SE (Germany)
6.3.1 Business Profile
6.3.2 Financials
6.3.3 Product Portfolio
6.3.4 Strategic Developments
6.3.5 Becker Underwood (United States)
6.3.5.1 Business Profile
6.3.5.2 Product Portfolio
6.4 Bayer CropScience AG (Germany)
6.4.1 Business Profile
6.4.2 Financials
6.4.3 Product Portfolio
6.4.4 Strategic Developments
6.5 BioWorks Inc (United States)
6.5.1 Business Profile
6.5.2 Product Portfolio
6.5.3 Strategic Developments
6.6 BrettYoung Limited (Canada)
6.6.1 Business Profile
6.6.2 Seed Treatment Product Portfolio
6.6.3 Strategic Developments
6.7 Chemtura AgroSolutions (United States)
6.7.1 Business Profile
6.7.2 Financials
6.7.3 Product Portfolio
6.8 DuPont (United States)
6.8.1 Business Profile
6.8.2 Financials
6.8.3 Product Portfolio
6.9 Germains Seed Technology (United Kingdom)
6.9.1 Business Profile
6.9.2 Technology Portfolio
6.10 INCOTEC Group BV (The Netherlands)
6.10.1 Business Profile
6.10.2 Technology Portfolio
6.11 INTX Microbials LLC (United States)
6.11.1 Business Profile
6.11.2 Product Portfolio
6.12 Monsanto Company (United States)
6.12.1 Business Profile
6.12.2 Financials
6.12.3 Product Portfolio
6.13 Novozymes A/S (Denmark)
6.13.1 Business Profile
6.13.2 Biocontrol Product Portfolio
6.14 Nufarm Ltd (Australia)
6.14.1 Business Profile
6.14.2 Financials
6.14.3 Product Portfolio
6.14.4 Strategic Developments
6.15 Plant Health Care (United Kingdom)
6.15.1 Business Profile
6.15.2 Product Portfolio
6.16 Precision Laboratories LLC (United States)
6.16.1 Business Profile
6.16.2 Seed Treatment and Enhancement Product Portfolio
6.16.3 Strategic Developments
6.17 Syngenta International AG (Switzerland)
6.17.1 Business Profile
6.17.2 Financials
6.17.3 Product Portfolio
6.17.4 Strategic Developments
6.18 Valent USA Corporation (United States)
6.18.1 Business Profile
6.18.2 Product Portfolio
6.18.3 Strategic Developments
6.19 Wolf Trax Inc (Canada)
6.19.1 Business Profile
6.19.2 Product Portfolio

7. Appendix
List of Tables
Table 1: Quantity of Exports of Field Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In Metric Tons)
Table 2: Quantity of Exports of Vegetable Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In Metric Tons)
Table 3: Quantity of Exports of Flower Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In Metric Tons)
Table 4: Value of Exports of Field Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In US$ Million)
Table 5: Value of Exports of Vegetable Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In US$ Million)
Table 6: Value of Exports of Flower Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In US$ Million)
Table 7: Quantity of Imports of Field Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In Metric Tons)
Table 8: Quantity of Imports of Vegetable Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In Metric Tons)
Table 9: Quantity of Imports of Flower Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In Metric Tons)
Table 10: Value of Imports of Field Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In US$ Million)
Table 11: Value of Imports of Vegetable Crop Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In US$ Million)
Table 12: Value of Imports of Flower Seeds for Sowing by Top 10 Countries for the Calendar Year 2012 (In US$ Million)
Table 13: Japanese Market for Biological Seed Treatment from 2010-2020 (In US$ Million)
Table 14: Market Share of Leading Players in the Global Seed Treatment Market for 2013
Table 15: Advanced Biological Marketing Inc: Product Portfolio
Table 16: Advanced Biological Marketing Inc: Strategic Developments
Table 17: BASF SE: First Quarter 2014 Vs First Quarter 2013 Sales for BASF by Region (In € Million)
Table 18: BASF SE: First Quarter 2014 Vs First Quarter 2013 Sales for BASF by Business Segment (In € Million)
Table 19: BASF SE: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for BASF by Region (In € Million)
Table 20: BASF SE: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for BASF by Business Segment (In € Million)
Table 21: BASF SE: Fiscal 2013 Sales of Crop Protection Products by Region (In € Million)
Table 22: BASF SE: Product Portfolio
Table 23: BASF SE: Strategic Developments
Table 24: Becker Underwood: Product Portfolio Inoculants by Crop Type
Table 25: Becker Underwood: Product Portfolio Seed Coatings
Table 26: Becker Underwood: Product Portfolio Turf and Horticulture
Table 27: Becker Underwood: Product Portfolio Biological Crop Protection
Table 28: Bayer CropScience AG: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Bayer CropScience by Region (In € Million)
Table 29: Bayer CropScience AG: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Bayer CropScience by Operating Segment (In € Million)
Table 30: Bayer CropScience AG: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Bayer CropScience by Business Unit (In € Million)
Table 31: Bayer CropScience AG: Strategic Developments
Table 32: BioWorks Inc: Strategic Developments
Table 33: BrettYoung Limited: Seed Treatment Product Portfolio
Table 34: BrettYoung Limited: Strategic Developments
Table 35: Chemtura AgroSolutions: Product Portfolio
Table 36: DuPont: Product Portfolio
Table 37: Germains Seed Technology: Technology Portfolio Sugar Beet Crop
Table 38: Germains Seed Technology: Technology Portfolio Vegetables and Flowers
Table 39: INTX Microbials LLC: Product Portfolio
Table 40: Monsanto Company: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Monsanto by Operating Segment (In US$ Million)
Table 41: Monsanto Company: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Monsanto by Region (In US$ Million)
Table 42: Novozymes A/S: Biocontrol Product Portfolio
Table 43: Nufarm Ltd: First Half 2014 Vs First Half 2013 Sales for Nufarm Ltd by Segment (In A$ Million)
Table 44: Nufarm Ltd: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Nufarm Ltd by Segment (In A$ Million)
Table 45: Nufarm Ltd: Product Portfolio
Table 46: Nufarm Ltd: Strategic Developments
Table 47: Plant Health Care: Product Portfolio
Table 48: Precision Laboratories LLC: Seed Treatment and Enhancement Product Portfolio
Table 49: Precision Laboratories LLC: Strategic Developments
Table 50: Syngenta International AG: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Syngenta by Segment (In US$ Million)
Table 51: Syngenta International AG: Fiscal 2013 Vs Fiscal 2012 Sales for Syngenta by Product Line (In US$ Million)
Table 52: Syngenta International AG: Product Portfolio
Table 53: Syngenta International AG: Strategic Developments
Table 54: Valent USA Corporation: Product Portfolio
Table 55: Valent USA Corporation: Strategic Developments
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