Global guide to non-patent agrochemical active ingredients

New York, PRNewswire, October 17, 2016-Penoxsulam, developed and produced by Dow AgroSciences LLC (Dow AgroSciences), is a triazolopyrimidine herbicide used in rice fields with the broadest weed spectrum. It not only has a great effect on aquatic weeds, but also has a great effect on grasses, which are resistant to quinolac, propane and sulfonylurea herbicides. Penoxsulam was registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2004; it was promoted in the second half of 2005 and used in rice fields in the southern United States in 2005. In 2006, pentoxsulan was used in Spain, Brazil, Colombia, South Korea and Thailand. In 2007, it was registered in Japan and China. In 2009, pentoxsulan finally entered the Chinese market. “After years of development, pentoxsulan has great potential in the market,” said Chen Zaoqun, editor-in-chief of CCM Herbicide China News. , Global sales are less than 10 million U.S. dollars, but in 2009, sales reached 110 million U.S. dollars. In 2013, Penoxsulam’s sales climbed to around US$225 million, and it also performed well in weed control in non-agricultural markets such as lawns and orchards. In 2013, non-agricultural Shulun’s sales in the non-agricultural market were approximately US$140 million, surpassing the US$110 million of rice fields. In the Asia-Pacific region and East Africa. These markets belong to the low-end market; therefore, it is not difficult for companies to register pentoxolane products. “The great role of phenoxysulan in weed control has made it what the market needs and will be the most consumed in the Asia-Pacific region in the next five years.” According to CCM research, there is no substitute for pentoxysulan. Therefore, Penoxsulam will become a key product for weed control in paddy fields. If you are interested in knowing the patent information of agricultural chemical active ingredients in different countries/regions, you can check our report: “Global Removal Guide” Patented agricultural chemical active ingredients. In this report, you will be able to find an overview of 36 active ingredients (11 herbicides, 8 insecticides, and 17 fungicides) whose patents have expired or will expire in 2015-2020. Each profile of agrochemical active ingredients includes basic information, history, synthetic routes, applications, physical and safety data, and patents for 15 target countries (Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Finland) Information and registration information. , France, Greece, the Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland and Uruguay). Every customer can directly contact our research team after choosing our report. Read the full report: Reportlinker ReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker can find and organize the latest industry data, so you can get all the market research you need in one place.

Post time: Jan-25-2021