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Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany, and information solutions provider Elsevier have announced the winners of the first Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge. The winning projects demonstrate the diversity and creativity of green and sustainable chemistry. Elsevier and Leuphana ...
Suppliers must communicate the efficacy of biopesticides to bring in more business opportunities, finds Frost & Sullivan
Escalating demand for food from a burgeoning world population is accelerating the development of the pesticides market in North America and Western Europe. The shift to newer, more expensive chemistries that offer better solutions for pest-resistance further spurs market revenues.New analysis ...
Wageningen scientists have discovered the refined way in which the pyrethrum plant protects its seedlings against insect damage, fungi and competition from other seedlings. They isolated the various genes for the production of natural pyrethrins, the most familiar and commonly used biopesticides ...
Ambitious further label expansions planned for Brazilian market
BASF announced that the biological fungicide Serenade was granted registration for apples, onions, and strawberries in the key agriculture market of Brazil. Serenade, the company’s first biological fungicide licensed through US based biopesticides company AgraQuest, will arrive just in time to ...
The biopesticides market in Western Europe and North America is growing strongly. The increasing demand for chemical-free crops, paralleled by the expansion of land for organic farming, has led to augmented usage of biopesticides. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan North American & Western ...
Frost & Sullivan Forecast High Demand for Beneficial Insects
In 2000 the total European Biopesticides market was valued at $97 million. A new study from international market analysts Frost & Sullivan predicts that over the forecast period (2000-2007) the market will exhibit a compound annual growth rate of 11.7%, to reach $210 million by 2007. ...