Chinese New Pesticide Synergist welcomed by Indian Market
The Importance of Indian Market And Its Development Potential In The future:
India is currently the world's fourth largest producer of pesticides after the United States, Japan and China, producing more than 60 kinds of pesticides locally, more than 125 large and medium-sized producers (including about 10 multinational companies), and more than 500 pesticide preparation companies nationwide. The industry expects India's agrochemical market value to grow at an average annual rate of 12% and is expected to exceed US$ 7.5 billion by fiscal year 2019.
The Problem of Pesticide Resistance In India:
At present, India's agricultural development is facing a series of problems such as continuously increasing population and food demand, decreasing arable land per capita, and shortage of water resources. India has only 190 million hectares of arable land and only a limited amount of new arable land can be developed (India has 16% of the world's population and only 2% of the world's arable land). Therefore, India must focus on continuously increasing the output per unit area of agriculture, in which the rational use of pesticides will play an important role. However, compared with other countries, the use of pesticides in India is extremely low at 0.6kg/ ha, compared with 7kg in the United States, 13kg in China and 17kg in Japan. There are signs that the Indian government will increase credit support to farmers and provide more funds for farmers to purchase and use pesticides and seeds. Moreover, with the increase of farmers' awareness and income, the development of hybrid technology, the promotion of contract farming and the improvement of research and development level, it is obvious that there is a huge development space in the pesticide market in India. There are many opportunities for the rapid development of pesticide industry in India. On the one hand, India's expanding food exports, the growing demand for cereal in the consumer market, and the increase in high-value crop varieties due to the decrease in arable land have provided favorable opportunities for the development of the pesticide industry. On the other hand, the growing population, limited land and rigid demand for food are driving the development of the pesticide market in India. Among them, the future market prospects of herbicides and fungicides are more promising. It is estimated that the fastest growing markets in the next five years will be China and India, followed by Brazil and Argentina. India, in particular, will surpass Canada and Argentina to become the world's seventh largest pesticide market.
Main Crop Structure in Indian Market:
Cotton is the crop with the largest pesticide use in India, accounting for about 50% of the total pesticide use, followed by rice, accounting for about 18% of the total consumption. According to the market value, 65% of India's domestic pesticide market is occupied by pesticides, which are mainly used for rice and cotton crops. Herbicides account for 16% of the market share, and the main crops used are rice and wheat. Due to the increasing cost of agricultural labor, the sales of herbicides also show rapid growth. Fungicides account for about 15% of the market share and are mainly applied to vegetables and fruits. The use of fungicides has increased rapidly in recent years, mainly due to the shift of rice growers from field crops to high value-added vegetable and fruit crops and the government's strong support for the export of these agricultural products.
Distribution of Pesticide Use in Indian Market:
The use of pesticides in India is greatly affected by monsoon climate, and is also directly affected by factors such as crop distribution and changes in laws and regulations. At present, pesticide use is the largest in northern India, accounting for 32% of the country, 29% in southern India, 21% in western India and 18% in eastern India. From the Indian states, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Punjab account for almost 50% of the total drug use in the country.
The pesticide industry in India can be roughly divided into 6 categories, including pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, biopesticides, plant growth regulators and rodenticides. In the above categories, pesticides account for the highest proportion of pesticide market revenue, accounting for about 45%. Although the market share is far ahead, the market share of pesticides has declined steadily in the past few years. The market share of herbicides is behind that of pesticides. Herbicides are the fastest growing part of the pesticide market. Biopesticide is another important component of pesticide market. Biopesticides currently account for only a small portion, but have great potential for growth in the next few years, mainly due to government support and increased awareness of the use of non-toxic and environmentally friendly pesticides in India.
The Application And Prospect of Qiwei China:
The AUSON® plant essential oil produced by Yantai Qiwei Fertilizer Co., Ltd(www.auson.com.cn) is a biological product made of essential oil extracted from plants and through a special process. AUSON® plant essential oil is a new pesticide synergist. When AUSON® plant essential oil is used at high concentration (diluted 500 times with water), it can dissolve the wax layer on the surface of the worm body to cause death of the worm, and can dissolve and destroy the mycelium structure to cause death of the mycelium. When AUSON® plant essential oil is used at low concentration (diluted 1000-1500 times with water), it can significantly enhance the use effect of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, foliar fertilizers and other products. The AUSON® plant essential oil can obviously improve the effect of pesticide by helping the liquid of pesticide to quickly adsorb on the surface of plants or pests and expand to the surrounding and penetrate into the surface tissue.
As a pesticide synergist, AUSON® can solve the problem of insect resistance to pesticides and also the problem of weed resistance to herbicides. In china, AUSON® plant essential oil is usually packaged into small packages for sale. AUSON® plant essential oil is a good helper especially loved by pesticide distributors to improve pesticide effect. AUSON® plant essential oil is also added to pesticides by producers at a ratio of 10% in the process of manufacturing pesticides, making common pesticides into pesticides with special effects. The AUSON® plant essential oil can help improve the application effect of pesticides by 30%-50% under the condition of keeping the dosage of pesticides unchanged. It has positive significance in the field of reducing the use of chemical pesticides and reducing pesticide residues in agricultural products. The AUSON® plant essential oil comes from plants and is also used in plants. It is safe, low toxic, easy to degrade and environmentally friendly. AUSON® plant essential oil also has obvious effects of increasing production and improving the quality of agricultural products.
Yantai Qiwei Fertilizer Co., Ltd(www.auson.com.cn) is a world-renowned research and development and production enterprise of pesticide synergists. Since its establishment in 2004, the company has been committed to helping more pesticide producers and users to solve the problems of insect resistance and weed resistance. Currently, it has provided professional services to more than 500 pesticide manufacturers and 1,000 pesticide sales service providers.
With the in-depth promotion of the concept of green plant protection, Qiwei will continuously improve its product research and development capabilities and serve the global green agriculture with brand advantages and high-quality products.