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Biopesticides 2019: Biofungicides, Bioinsecticides, Bionematicides & Bioherbicides

  • ID: 4790807
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 152 Pages
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The difficulty in finding novel chemical active ingredients and the favourable environmental profile is driving development of this important sector. There is now improved understanding regarding the use of biological products, particularly in integrated pest management systems.

The main focus of this essential report is the control of pests and diseases by products based on microorganisms; biopesticides. Comprehensive details of biofungicides, bioinsecticides, bionematicides and bioherbicides are included within.

Detailed technical profiles of these microorganisms are discussed fully as well as how production, formulation and application if these biopesticides differs from that of conventional chemical products.

Key insights include:

  • Product portfolios
  • Key companies
  • Future developments
  • Recent patent applications
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABiTEP
  • BASF
  • Certis USA
  • Innovate Ag
  • Novozymes
  • STK Bio-Ag (Stockton)
  • MORE

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Summary
1.2 Introduction
1.3 Definitions and scope
1.4 History
1.5 Advantages and disadvantages
1.6 Market
1.6.1. Recent developments and drivers
1.6.2. Global market size
1.6.3. Markets by product type
1.6.4. Markets by region
1.7 Organic farming
1.7.1. Organic food and farming organisations
1.7.2. Organic markets
1.8 Regulation of biopesticides
1.8.1. Europe
1.8.2. USA
1.9 Biopesticide and biological control organisations
1.10 References and resources

Chapter 2: Biofungicides
2.1 Summary
2.2 Introduction
2.3 Microbial disease control products
2.3.1. Bacillus spp.
2.3.2. Pseudomonas spp.
2.3.3. Trichoderma spp.
2.3.4. Coniothyrium minitans
2.4 Biochemical extracts
2.4.1. Regalia (Reynoutria sachalinensis extract)
2.4.2. Timorex Gold (Melaleuca alternifolia extract)
2.4.3. Harpin
2.4.4. Kasugamycin
2.5 New products
2.6 Patents
2.7 References and resources

Chapter 3: Bioinsecticides
3.1 Summary
3.2 Introduction
3.3 Microbial Products
3.3.1. Bacillus thuringiensis
3.3.2. Beauveria bassiana
3.3.3. Metarhizium anisopliae
3.3.4. Baculoviruses and granuloviruses
3.4 Biochemical extracts
3.4.1. Pyrethrum and pyrethrins
3.4.2. Neem
3.5 Nematode-based products
3.6 Macrobials
3.6.1. Predators
3.6.2. Parasitoids
3.7 Semiochemicals
3.7.1. Examples of major pheromone use in IPM
3.8 New bioinsecticides
3.9 Recent patents
3.10 References and resources

Chapter 4: Bionematicides
4.1 Summary
4.2 Introduction
4.3 New bionematicides
4.4 Bionematicide patents
4.5 References and resources

Chapter 5: Bioherbicides
5.1 Summary
5.2 Introduction
5.3 Microbial bioherbicides
5.3.1. Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
5.3.2. Myrothecium verrucaria
5.3.3. Phoma macrostoma
5.3.4. Bacteria: Pseudomonas fluorescens and Xanthomonas campestris
5.4 Biochemical extracts
5.4.1. Bialaphos
5.4.2. Fatty acids and oils
5.5 New Products
5.6 Patents
5.7 References and resources

Chapter 6: Agrochemical companies

6.1 Summary
6.2 Introduction
6.3 BASF
6.3.1. Biofungicides
6.3.2. Bioinsecticides and bionematicides
6.3.3. Recent patent applications
6.4 Bayer CropScience
6.4.1. Biofungicides
6.4.2. Bioinsecticides and bionematicides
6.4.3. Recent patent applications
6.5 Corteva : Dow Agrosciences
6.6 Corteva : DuPont
6.7 Monsanto
6.8 Syngenta
6.8.1. Biofungicides
6.8.2. Bionematicides
6.8.3. Recent patent applications
6.9 Others
6.9.1. Adama Agricultural Solutions
6.9.2. Arysta LifeScience
6.9.3. FMC
6.9.4. Ihara
6.9.5. Isagro
6.10 References and resources

Chapter 7: Biological crop protection companies
7.1 Summary
7.2 Introduction
7.3 ABiTEP
7.4 Adjuvants Plus
7.5 Advanced Biological Marketing
7.6 AEF Global
7.7 AgBiome
7.8 AgBiTech
7.9 AgriLibrium
7.10 Andermatt Biocontrol
7.11 BioConsortia
7.12 BioProdex
7.13 Bio Insumos Navita
7.14 Bioguard
7.15 BioTop
7.16 BioWorks
7.17 Certis USA
7.17.1. Biofungicides
7.17.2. Bioinsecticides
7.18 EID Parry
7.19 e-nema
7.20 Exosect
7.21 FuturEco Bioscience
7.22 Innovate Ag
7.23 Koppert
7.24 LAM International
7.25 Marrone Bio Innovations
7.25.1. Product range
7.25.2. Product pipeline and recent patent applications
7.25.3. Recent collaborations
7.26 MosquitoMate
7.27 NewLeaf Symbiotics
7.28 Novozymes
7.29 Oxitec
7.30 Pacific Biocontrol
7.31 Phyllom BioProducts
7.32 Plant Health Care
7.33 SEDQ
7.34 Simbiose Agro
7.35 Som Phytopharma
7.36 STK Bio-Ag (Stockton)
7.37 Stoller
7.38 Suterra
7.39 Verdera
7.40 Valent BioSciences
7.41 Vestaron
7.42 VR Biotech
7.43 References and resources

Chapter 8: Production, formulation and application
8.1 Summary
8.2 Introduction
8.3 Production
8.4 Formulation
8.5 Specialist biopesticide formulation companies and research projects
8.6 Application
8.7 References and resources

Appendix 1: New Active Ingredients
Appendix 2: Abbreviations

List of Figures

Figure 1: Comparison of forecast and actual estimates of the global biopesticide market to 2025
Figure 2: Global biopesticide market 2020 forecast by product targets (Ravensberg, 2017)
Figure 3: Global biopesticide market 2020 forecast by active ingredient types (Ravensberg, 2017)
Figure 4: Growth in regional markets for all biopesticides from 2015 to 2023
Figure 5: Forecast values of regional markets in 2020

List of Tables

Table 1: Active ingredient segmentation of the biopesticides sector
Table 2: Milestones in the history of the biopesticide sector
Table 3: Advantages and disadvantages of biopesticides compared to conventional chemical crop protection products
Table 4: Recent coilaborations and acquisitions in the biopesticide industry
Table 5: Summary of estimates and comments on value of the global biopesticides market
Table 6: Global biopesticide market 2020 forecast by product targets
Table 7: Global biopesticide market 2020 forecast by active ingredient types
Table 8: Regional biopesticide markets and growth rates
Table 9: European biological control market 2018 and 2020 forecast
Table 10: Number of registrations of biopesticide products by region in 2014
Table 11: Important biofungicides based on Bacillus spp.
Table 12: Important biofungicides based on Trichoderma spp.
Table 13: Summary of major biofungicide products approved and launched by active ingredient since 2014
Table 14: Biofungicide PCT patent applications filed since 2012
Table 15: Examples of leading GM brands for insect tolerance indicating genes for resistance
Table 16: Summary of major bioinsecticide products approved and launched by active ingredient since 2014
Table 17: PCT patent application claiming bioinsecticide activity from 2012
Table 18: Summary of major bionematicide products approved and launched by active ingredient since 2014
Table 19: PCT Patent applications since 2012 covering claiming biological nematicidal activity
Table 20: PCT patent application claiming bioherbicide activity from 2012
Table 21: BASF’s biofungicide product range
Table 22: BASF’s bioinsecticide product range
Table 23: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by BASF since 2012
Table 24: Bayer CropScience biofungicide product range key products
Table 25: Bayer CropScience biofungicide product range key products
Table 26: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by Bayer CropScience since 2012
Table 27: PCT patent application claiming biopesticide activity submitted by Dow from 2014
Table 28: PCT patent application claiming biopesticide activity submitted by DuPont from 2014
Table 29: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by Monsanto since 2012
Table 30: Main biopesticide products in Syngenta’s range
Table 31: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by Syngenta since 2012
Table 32: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by FMC since 2012
Table 33: ABM’s product range
Table 34: AEF Global’s biofungicide product range
Table 35: AgriLibrium’s products with crop protection effects
Table 36: Andermatt’s recent product registrations
Table 37: Andermatt’s biopesticide product range
Table 38: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by BioConsortia since 2012
Table 39: Bio Insumos Nativa’s biopesticide product range
Table 40: Bioguard biopesticide product range
Table 41: BioWorks biofungicide product range
Table 42: BioWorks bioinsecticide product range
Table 43: Certis USA biofungicide product range
Table 44: Certis USA bioinsecticide product range
Table 45: e-nema portfolio of nematode-based products
Table 46: Marrone Bio Innovations’ biopesticide product range
Table 47: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by MBI since 2012
Table 48: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by NewLeaf Symbiotics since 2012
Table 49: PCT patent applications covering biopesticides submitted by PHC since 2012
Table 50: Verdera biofungicide product range
Table 51: Valent Biosciences biopesticide product range
Table 52: Valent BioSciences’ recent PCT patent applications covering biopesticides
Table 53: Vestaron’s recent PCT patent applications

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  • BASF
  • ABiTEP
  • Adama Agricultural Solutions
  • Adjuvants Plus
  • Advanced Biological Marketing
  • AEF Global
  • AgBiome
  • AgBiTech
  • AgriLibrium
  • Andermatt Biocontrol
  • Arysta LifeScience
  • Bayer CropScience
  • Bio Insumos Navita
  • BioConsortia
  • Bioguard
  • BioProdex
  • BioTop
  • BioWorks
  • Certis USA
  • Corteva : Dow Agrosciences
  • Corteva : DuPont
  • EID Parry
  • e-nema
  • Exosect
  • FMC
  • FuturEco Bioscience
  • Ihara
  • Innovate Ag
  • Isagro
  • Koppert
  • LAM International
  • Marrone Bio Innovations
  • Monsanto
  • MosquitoMate
  • NewLeaf Symbiotics
  • Novozymes
  • Oxitec
  • Pacific Biocontrol
  • Phyllom BioProducts
  • Plant Health Care
  • SEDQ
  • Simbiose Agro
  • Som Phytopharma
  • STK Bio-Ag (Stockton)
  • Stoller
  • Suterra
  • Syngenta
  • Valent BioSciences
  • Verdera
  • Vestaron
  • VR Biotech
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