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EU and US Fungicides and Disease Control Report 2018

/EIN News/ -- Dublin, Oct. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Fungicides and Disease Control 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report has been fully updated and revised since its previous publication in 2014 and will help you discover vital developments within this important industry. Since the last report, 14 active ingredients have been given ISO common names, highlighting recent progress in this industry.

This report guides you through the new fungicide active ingredients that are either registered or seeking registration in the EU, the US, or both. the potential next generation of fungicides are listed as well as those exiting patent protection.

Key insights include:

  • Next generation fungicides
  • New and next generation active ingredients
  • Developments in biofungicides
  • Company profiles.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Summary
1.2 Introduction
1.3 Benefits of fungicides
1.4 Disease control terminology
1.4.1 Disease targets
1.4.2 Fungicide and application types
1.5 Global fungicide market
1.5.1 Market value
1.5.2 Seed treatments
1.5.3 Non-crop markets
1.6 Regulatory threats and losses in Europe
1.7 Fungicide resistance
1.7.1 Evolution of resistance
1.7.2 Resistance management
1.8 References and resources

Chapter 2: New fungicides
2.1 Summary
2.2 Introduction
2.3 Fungicide discovery
2.4 New fungicide active ingredients commercialised since 2010
2.5 Next generation fungicide active ingredients
2.6 New off-patent active ingredients
2.7 References and resources

Chapter 3: Biofungicides
3.1 Summary
3.2 Introduction
3.3 Microbial disease control products
3.3.1 Bacillus spp.
3.3.2 Pseudomonas spp.
3.3.3 Trichoderma spp.
3.3.4 Coniothyrium minitans
3.4 Biochemical extracts
3.4.1 Harpin
3.4.2 Kasugamycin
3.5 New products
3.6 Patents
3.7 References and resources

Chapter 4: Plant health benefits
4.1 Summary
4.2 Introduction
4.3 Triazole fungicides
4.4 Strobilurin fungicides
4.5 SDHI fungicides
4.6 References and resources

Chapter 5: Fungicide discovery companies
5.1 Summary
5.2 Introduction
5.3 BASF
5.3.1 Corporate position of fungicides
5.3.2 Established fungicide products
5.3.3 New fungicide active ingredients
5.3.4 Recent fungicide patents
5.3.5 Biofungicides
5.4 Bayer CropScience
5.4.1 Corporate position of fungicides
5.4.2 Established fungicide active ingredients
5.4.3 New fungicide active ingredients
5.4.4 Recent fungicide patents
5.4.5 Biofungicides
5.5 DuPont: Dow AgroSciences
5.5.1 Corporate position of fungicides
5.5.2 Established fungicide active ingredients
5.5.3 New fungicide active ingredients
5.5.4 Recent fungicide patents
5.5.5 Biofungicides
5.6 DowDupont: DuPont
5.6.1 Corporate position of fungicides
5.6.2 Established fungicide active ingredients
5.6.3 New fungicide active ingredients
5.6.4 Recent fungicide patents
5.6.5 Biofungicides
5.7 Monsanto
5.7.1 Corporate position of fungicides
5.7.2 Seed treatments
5.7.3 Established fungicide products
5.7.4 New fungicide active ingredients
5.7.5 Recent fungicide patents
5.7.6 Biofungicides
5.8 Syngenta
5.8.1 Corporate position of fungicides
5.8.2 Established fungicide active ingredients
5.8.3 New fungicide active ingredients
5.8.4 Recent fungicide patents
5.8.5 Biofungicides
5.9 Other chemical discovery companies
5.9.1 Agro Kanesho
5.9.2 Isagro
5.9.3 Ishihara (ISK)
5.9.4 Kuhera
5.9.5 Kumiai
5.9.6 Mitsui
5.9.7 Nihon Nohyaku
5.9.8 Nippon Soda
5.9.9 Nissan Chemical
5.9.10 OAT Agrio
5.9.11 Sumitomo (Valent)
5.10 Recent fungicide patent applications from other companies
5.11 Smaller companies involved in biofungicides
5.11.1 ABiTEP
5.11.2 BioWorks
5.11.3 Certis USA
5.11.4 Marrone Bio Innovations
5.11.5 Novozymes
5.11.6 Plant Health Care
5.11.7 Stockton
5.11.8 Verdera
5.12 References and resources

Appendix 1: Profiles of fungicide active ingredients

  • Ametoctradin (Initium)
  • Benzovindiflupyr (Solatenol)
  • Bixafen
  • Fenpicoxamid (Inatreq)
  • Fenpyrazamine
  • Fluopyram
  • Flutianil
  • Fluxapyroxad (Xemium)
  • Isofetamid
  • Isopyrazam (IZM)
  • Isotianil
  • Mandestrobin
  • Mefentrifluconazole (Revysol)
  • Meptyldinocap
  • Oxathiapiprolin (Zorvec)
  • Penflufen
  • Picarbutrazox
  • Pydiflumetofen (Adepidyn)
  • Pyribencarb
  • Pyriofenone
  • Tebufloquin
  • Tolprocarb
  • Sedaxane
  • Valifenalate

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