Growth Opportunities in Sustainable Agrochemicals for Crop Protection

Growth Opportunities in Sustainable Agrochemicals for Crop Protection

Technology Convergence Driving the Development of Sustainable Crop Protection Solutions

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07-Dec-2022
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Research Code: DA88-01-00-00-00
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Over the last two decades, the agriculture industry has dealt with challenges pertaining to rapid climate change, biodiversity loss, global population growth rate, and water scarcity. The ongoing changes in the agriculture industry have created a lucrative growth opportunity for agrochemical technology developers, as agricultural chemicals are perceived to increase output by improving productivity and controlling pests.
As conventional agrochemicals contribute to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, technology developers are focusing on sustainable agrochemicals that promise to reduce GHG emissions.
This research service focuses on identifying and analyzing agricultural innovation pertaining to crop protection management through sustainable agrochemicals. The agrochemicals covered in the study include fertilizers, pesticides, and seed treatment chemicals for nutrition/weed management, pest management, and disease management. The primary focus is to find the most promising technologies that can address challenges related to the use of conventional agrochemicals and enable large-scale commercial production of sustainable agrochemicals.

Frost & Sullivan has identified three key agrochemical technologies that have tremendous potential on driving sustainability in crop protection management:
1)     Fertilizers: (enhance efficiency fertilizers and upcycling fertilizers);
2)     2 Pesticides: (biopesticides); and
3)     3 Seed Treatment: (seed coatings/encapsulation).
Research efforts focus on the adoption of nanotechnology and natural-based material that will improve agrochemical characteristics and sustainability.

Key Points Discussed

•     Sustainable agrochemicals for crop protection: geographical and regulatory outlook and importance of sustainable agrochemicals
•     Factors driving adoption and development of these technologies
•     Technology analysis: the need for innovation, recent product innovations, and development efforts
•     Comparative assessment of different agrochemical technologies
•     Stakeholder activities: funding and investment radar
•     Growth opportunities in sustainable agrochemical technology
•     Intellectual property analysis for sustainable agrochemicals in crop protection

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure on Growth

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Sustainable Agrochemicals for Crop Protection

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Segmentation

Overview and Key Questions the Study Will Answer

Sustainable Agricultural Trends Around the World

Regulations Stimulating the Growth of Sustainable Agrochemicals

The Importance of Crop Protection Management

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Research and Innovation in Sustainable Fertilizers

Longevity of Controlled-release Fertilizers

Coating Matter: Types of Coating Material for CRFs

Unlocking Sustainable Fertilizer Trend Through Upcycling Waste

Nano-Supported Fertilizers Transforming Fertilizer Development

Key Technologies Driving Research and Innovation in Sustainable Pesticides

PIPs Gaining Traction as Narrow Spectrum Biopesticides

Bio-Based Materials Driving Sustainability in Nanopesticides

Encapsulating Technology in Seed Treatment Moving Toward Green Materials

Film Coating Gaining Traction Due to Low Seed Weight and Coating Time

Funding & Investment Support

Partnership and Collaborations Among Corporates and Research Academia

Patent Filing Trend: Sustainable Agrochemicals

Patent Filing Trend: Fertilizers

Patent Filing Trend: Pesticides

Patent Filing Trends: Seed Treatment

Growth Opportunity 1: Nanomaterials

Growth Opportunity 1: Nanomaterials (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Upcycling Fertilizer Technology

Growth Opportunity 2: Upcycling Fertilizer Technology (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Shelf Life of Biopesticides

Growth Opportunity 3: Shelf Life of Biopesticides (continued)

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

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Over the last two decades, the agriculture industry has dealt with challenges pertaining to rapid climate change, biodiversity loss, global population growth rate, and water scarcity. The ongoing changes in the agriculture industry have created a lucrative growth opportunity for agrochemical technology developers, as agricultural chemicals are perceived to increase output by improving productivity and controlling pests. As conventional agrochemicals contribute to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, technology developers are focusing on sustainable agrochemicals that promise to reduce GHG emissions. This research service focuses on identifying and analyzing agricultural innovation pertaining to crop protection management through sustainable agrochemicals. The agrochemicals covered in the study include fertilizers, pesticides, and seed treatment chemicals for nutrition/weed management, pest management, and disease management. The primary focus is to find the most promising technologies that can address challenges related to the use of conventional agrochemicals and enable large-scale commercial production of sustainable agrochemicals. Frost & Sullivan has identified three key agrochemical technologies that have tremendous potential on driving sustainability in crop protection management: 1) Fertilizers: (enhance efficiency fertilizers and upcycling fertilizers); 2) 2 Pesticides: (biopesticides); and 3) 3 Seed Treatment: (seed coatings/encapsulation). Research efforts focus on the adoption of nanotechnology and natural-based material that will improve agrochemical characteristics and sustainability. Key Points Discussed • Sustainable agrochemicals for crop protection: geographical and regulatory outlook and importance of sustainable agrochemicals • Factors driving adoption and development of these technologies • Technology analysis: the need for innovation, recent product innovations, and development efforts • Comparative assessment of different agrochemical technologies • Stakeholder activities: funding and investment radar • Growth opportunities in sustainable agrochemical technology • Intellectual property analysis for sustainable agrochemicals in crop protection
More Information
Deliverable Type Technology Research
Author Pranjal Tripathi
Industries Agriculture and Nutrition
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 crop protection in agriculture
Keyword 2 crop protection management
Keyword 3 sustainable crop
Podcast No
WIP Number DA88-01-00-00-00