Crop Protection Markets in Nepal 2018

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  • Report
  • Region: Nepal
  • 66 pages
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The economy of Nepal is dominated by agriculture and it supports up to 90% of the population. 60% of the GDP and 75% of the exports of Nepal is provided by agriculture.

Despite this importance, the country's agricultural output is highly sensitive to environmental conditions and these challenges mean the crop protection market is of utmost importance and there is great opportunity available.

This is the most comprehensive report on agriculture in Nepal and contains vital details describing the key crops and potential issues, the crop protection industry and the key companies involved.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Biostadt India
  • Godrej Agrovert
  • GSP Crop Science
  • Indogulf
  • Insecticides India
  • Mohit Chemicals
  • MORE

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Agriculture in Nepal

  • Agro-ecological landscape of Nepal
  • The agriculture sector in Nepal
  • Agricultural indicators

Chapter 2: The Crop Protection Sector in Nepal
2.1 Economic overview

  • Economy
  • Politics
  • Crop protection

2.2 Factors in growth potential

  • Growth in agribusiness
  • Investment
  • Shifts in consumer patterns

2.3 Challenges to market potential

  • Geophysical constraints
  • Social constraints
  • National budget constraints
  • Recent stagnation

2.4 Enabling environment
2.5 Past evolution of the crop protection sector
2.6 GMO and hybrid seeds status
2.7 Assessment of biopesticide use and potential

Chapter 3: Crop Protection Markets by Function and Active
3.1 Summary
3.2 Insecticides
3.2.1 Organophosphorous compounds

  • Esters of enols (chlorpyrifos)
  • Vinyl phosphates (dichlorvos)
  • Aliphatic esters
  • Organophosphorous esters (acephate)

3.2.2 Carbamates (methylcarbamate of phenols)
3.2.3 Natural products

  • Pyrethroids
  • Nicotinoids

3.2.4 Fumigants
3.2.5 Other insecticides
3.3 Fungicides
3.3.1 Contact fungicides

  • Dithiocarbamates
  • Inorganic compounds
  • Other contact fungicides

3.3.2 Systemic fungicides

  • Carboxinilides (carboxin)
  • Benzimidazoles
  • Inhibitors of sterol biosynthesis
  • Other systemic fungicides

3.3.3 Fungicidal antibiotics
3.4 Herbicides
3.4.1 Soil active herbicides

  • Chloroacetanilides
  • Triazines (atrazine)

3.4.2 Foliage-active translocated herbicides

  • Organophosphates
  • Alkanoic acids
  • Sulfonylureas

3.4.3 Foliage-active contact herbicides

  • Oxidiazoles (Oxadiargyl)
  • Bypridiliums

3.5 Insecticides with aracicidal activity

  • Organophosphorous aracicides
  • Natural product aracicides (Fenvalerate)
  • Other aracicides
  • 3.6 Rodenticides

Chapter 4: Use of Crop Protection by Crop
4.1 Vegetables
4.1.1 Tomato
4.1.2 Potato
4.1.3 Brassicas and crucifers
4.1.4 Aubergine
4.2 Cereals
4.3 Cash crops (tea)
4.4 Pulses
4.5 Fruits

Chapter 5: Company Profiles
5.1 The agrochemical majors
5.1.1 Bayer CropScience India
5.1.2 DowDuPont
5.1.3 Syngenta India
5.1.4 Arysta LifeScience
5.2 Mid-size agrochem
5.2.1 Isagro Asia Ltd.
5.2.2 Cheminova India (FMC Corporation)
5.2.3 Adama India
5.3 Indian agrochem suppliers (imports of > USD 100,000)
5.3.1 Anu Agro
5.3.2 Dhanuka Agritech
5.3.3 Krishi Rasayan Group
5.3.4 HPM India
5.3.5 Crystal Crop Protection
5.3.6 United Phosphorous Ltd.
5.3.7 Plant Remedies Ltd.
5.4 Indian agrochem suppliers

Chapter 6: Summary and Conclusions

  • Annex

List of Figures
Figure 1: Map of agro-ecological zones and development regions in Nepal
Figure 2: Composition of agricultural GDP
Figure 3: Use of crop protection in Nepal by function, 1995-2013 (tonnes ai, FAO)
Figure 4: Share of biopesticide use by ai, 2014-2016
Figure 5: Share of chlorpyrifos use by single ai and mixes, 2016
Figure 6: Chlorpyrifos market shares, 2016
Figure 7: Dichlorvos market shares, 2016
Figure 8: Dimethoate market shares, 2016
Figure 9: Acephate market shares, 2016
Figure 10: Cartap hydrochloride market shares, 2016
Figure 11: Carbofuran market shares, 2016
Figure 12: Cypermethrin market shares, 2016
Figure 13: Imidacloprid market shares, 2016
Figure 14: Acetamiprid market shares, 2016
Figure 15: Mancozeb market shares, 2016
Figure 16: Sulphur market shares, 2016
Figure 17: Copper oxychloride market shares, 2016
Figure 18: Carbendazim market shares, 2016
Figure 19: Validamycin market shares, 2016
Figure 20: Pretilachlor market shares, 2016
Figure 21: Glyphosate market shares, 2016
Figure 22: 24D-AA market shares, 2016
Figure 23: Share of crop protection use by crop category
Figure 24: Nepal share of crop protection use in vegetables by function
Figure 25: Nepal intensity of crop protection use in vegetables, kg / ai
Figure 26: Nepal tomato CP market x function, 2014
Figure 27: Nepal potato CP market x function, 2014
Figure 28: Nepal brassica CP market x function, 2014
Figure 29: Nepal aubergine CP market x function, 2014
Figure 30: Nepal cereals CP market x function, 2014
Figure 31: Nepal cash crops CP market x function, 2014
Figure 32: Nepal pulses CP market x function, 2014
Figure 33: Split of crop protection sales to Nepal between the agrochem majors, 2016
Figure 34: Bayer India time series of crop protection sales to Nepal, USD thousands
Figure 35: Syngenta India total revenue, 2010 - 2016 (USD billions)
Figure 36: Adama India total revenue, 2010 - 2016 (USD millions)
Figure 37: Anu Agro time series of crop protection sales to Nepal, USD thousand

List of Tables
Table 1: Distribution of cereal growing in Nepal (% by region)
Table 2: Indicators of agricultural performance in Nepal
Table 3: Nepal enabling environment
Table 4: Nepalese policies on GMOs
Table 5: Crop protection imports by function, USD millions
Table 6: Crop protection imports by function, tonnes ai
Table 7: Use of insecticides by chemical category, tonnes ai
Table 8: Use of organophosphorous compounds by class and ai, tonnes ai
Table 9: Use of dichlorvos, tonnes ai
Table 10: Use of aliphatic ester insecticides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 11: Use of acephate, tonnes ai
Table 12: Use of aliphatic ester insecticides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 13: Imports of natural product insecticides by class, tonnes ai
Table 14: Use of pyrethroid insecticides by class, tonnes ai
Table 15: Prices of pyrethroid insecticides imported to Nepal
Table 16: Use of nicotinoid insecticides by class, tonnes ai
Table 17: Use of fumigant insecticides by class, tonnes ai
Table 18: Use of other insecticides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 19: Use of fungicides by chemical category, tonnes ai
Table 20: Use of contact fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 21: Use of dithiocarbamate fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 22: Prices of dithiocarbamate fungicides imported to Nepal
Table 23: Use of inorganic compound fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 24: Use of other contact fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 25: Use of systemic fungicides by chemical category, tonnes ai
Table 26: Use of benzimidazole fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 27: Use of sterol biosynthesis inhibitor fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 28: Use of phenylamide fungicides by ai, tonnes ai
Table 29: Use of fungicidal antibiotics by ai, tonnes ai
Table 30: Herbicide imports to Nepal by mechanism, tonnes ai
Table 31: Soil active herbicide imports to Nepal by chemical category, tonnes ai
Table 32: Soil active herbicide imports to Nepal by chemical category, tonnes ai
Table 33: Triazine herbicide imports to Nepal, tonnes ai
Table 34: Foliage active translocated herbicide imports to Nepal by chemical category, tonnes ai
Table 35: Glyphosate imports to Nepal, tonnes ai
Table 36: Alkanoic acid herbicide imports to Nepal by ai, tonnes ai
Table 37: Alkanoic acid herbicide imports to Nepal by ai, tonnes ai
Table 38: Foliage-active contact herbicide imports to Nepal by ai, tonnes ai
Table 39: Aracicide imports to Nepal, 2014 - 2016
Table 40: Organophosphorous aracicide imports to Nepal, 2014 - 2016
Table 41: Natural product aracicide imports to Nepal, tonnes ai
Table 42: Other aracicide imports to Nepal, 2014 - 2016 (kg ai)
Table 43: Rodenticide imports to Nepal, 2014 - 2016 (kg ai)
Table 44: Pest and disease pressures in tomato
Table 45: Pest and disease pressures in potato
Table 46: Pest and disease pressures in brassicas
Table 47: Pest and disease pressures in aubergine
Table 48: Pest and disease pressures in cereals in Nepal
Table 49: Pest and disease pressures in cash crops (tea) in Nepal
Table 50: Pest and disease pressures in pulses in Nepal
Table 51: Pest and disease pressures in fruits in Nepal
Table 52: Dow product imports to Nepal (USD ‘000)
Table 53: DuPont product imports to Nepal (USD ‘000)
Table 54: Syngenta’s imports to Nepal, 2016
Table 55: Isagro Asia’s imports to Nepal, 2016
Table 56: Cheminova’s imports to Nepal, 2016
Table 57: Dhanuka Agritech’s imports to Nepal, 2014-16
Table 58: Krishi Rasayan imports to Nepal, 2014-16
Table 59: HPM India’s imports to Nepal, 2014-16 (USD)
Table 60: Crystal Crop Protection’s imports to Nepal, 2014-16 (USD)
Table 61: UPL imports to Nepal, 2014-16 (USD)
Table 62: Crystal Crop Protection’s imports to Nepal, 2014-16 (USD)
Table 63: Indian companies supplying less than USD 100,000 of products to Nepal
Table 64: T. Stanes & Company imports to Nepal, USD

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