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    • Get more info on this report!Emerging Trends and Opportunities in the World Pesticides MarketNovember 1, 2008Just thinking about pests may be enough to provoke great anxiety in everyone fromhomeowners to farmers. Insects, rodents and noxious weeds can spread diseases,inflict injury, initiate allergies, trigger asthma and damage food—a major concern as theworld population expands and food prices rise. It’s no wonder that the global and U.S.pesticide industry is growing and innovating in spite of vociferous challenges fromextreme environmental groups and heavy media scrutiny. In fact, Specialists inBusiness Information estimates the global pesticide market surged 29% over the 2007level of $40.7 billion to $52.4 billion—a record increase that came at a time when aglobal financial crisis was in full swing.This all-new Specialists in Business Information report looks at challenges andopportunities in pesticides market, such as biotechnology, nanotechnology, corporateethics, counterfeiting and a special section on the green and organic movements.The report contains detailed data and analysis describing the U.S. market for pesticides.And because the supply and demand of pesticides is much more expansive, the U.S.market is also looked at in the context of the global marketplace. The report examinesboth the value of the market, various components of trade, an analysis of economicfactors affecting the industry, in addition to a major end-user market analysis.TABLE OF CONTENTSChapter 1: Executive Summary Scope of the Report Methodology Worldwide Market Size and Growth Worldwide Market Surges 29% Figure 1-1: Estimated Worldwide Pesticide Market, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars) U.S. Market Size and Growth U.S. Market Up 25%
    • Figure 1-2: U.S. Pesticide Apparent Consumption and Percent of Worldwide Market, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars) Components of Trade Table 1-1: U.S. Components of Trade: Shipments, Imports, Exports and Apparent Consumption 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Market Forecast Worldwide Market to $73 Billion and U.S. to $25 Billion by 2013 Figure 1-3: Estimated U.S. Pesticide Market Forecast, 2008-2013 (in billions of dollars) Competitive Overview Global Competition Level Moderate Product Depth, Global Expansion Separate Company Castes Merging of Businesses Seeds of Paradigm Shift Global Competitors Table 1-2: Top 20 Pesticide Manufacturers by Worldwide Sales, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars) Trends: Challenges and Opportunities Pesticides Harm Biodiversity? Birds, Bees and….Humans May Suffer Well-Organized Groups Target Industry The Industry’s POV: Assertive and Meticulous Another Touchy Subject: Animal Testing Biotech: The Modern Pest Control Genetic Modification Sees Biotech Backlash Enter Nanotechnology Agriculture Made More Difficult by Severe Weather Growing Population & Rising Food Costs Organic and Green Captures Country’s Attention Pesticide Industry Perspective: Sustainability Is Not Black and White End Users Pesticide Expenditures Grow 13% Annually Table 1-3: Estimated Share U.S. Pesticide Expenditures by Market Sector, 2008 (percent) Figure 1-4: Estimated Share U.S. Pesticide Expenditures by Market Sector, 2008 (percent)Chapter 2: The Market Scope of the Report Methodology Pesticide Primer Pesticides Uses Pesticide Definitions Herbicides Fungicides Insecticides Other Products
    • ResidualContactSystemicGenetically Modified OrganismsIntegrated Pest ManagementWorldwide Market Size and GrowthWorldwide Market Surges 29%Figure 2-1: Estimated Worldwide Pesticide Market, 1999-2008 (in billions ofdollars)Market Surge Due to Largely Lower Dollar, Increased PricesGrowth in 2007 Driven by International DemandAccelerated Growth Comes After a 2006 PauseTable 2-1: Estimated Worldwide Pesticide Market and Year-over-YearPercentage Change, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Worldwide Market by Pesticide TypeFigure 2-2: Estimated Share of Worldwide Pesticides by Type, 2008 (percent)U.S. Market Size and GrowthU.S. Market Up 25%Figure 2-3: U.S. Pesticide Apparent Consumption and Percent of WorldwideMarket, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Higher Prices Drive Growth, Volume SecondaryTable 2-2: U.S. Pesticide Apparent Consumption and Year-over-YearPercentage Change, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Components of TradeImports Fell 12% in 2008Exports Rose 14% in 2008Table 2-3: U.S. Components of Trade: Shipments, Imports, Exports andApparent Consumption 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars)Declining Dollar Causes Net Shipments, Imports ShiftFigure 2-4: U.S. Pesticide Net Shipments (Shipments less Exports) and Percentof U.S. Apparent Consumption, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Figure 2-5: U.S. Pesticide Net Shipments (Shipments less Exports) and Percentof U.S. Apparent Consumption, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Exports Resumes Long-Term TrendFigure 2-6: U.S. Pesticide Exports and Percent of U.S. Shipments 1999-2008 (inbillions of dollars)U.S. Manufacturing BreakdownTable 2-4: U.S. Pesticide Manufacturing Shipment Value by End-Use Market,1999-2008 (in millions of dollars)Lawn and Garden Pesticides Showed Greatest Period of GrowthFigure 2-7: Estimated Share of U.S. Pesticide Manufacturing by End-Use Market,2008 (percent)Agricultural & Commercial Pesticide ShipmentsFigure 2-8: U.S. Agricultural & Commercial Pesticide Manufacturing ShipmentValue and Percent of Total U.S. Shipments, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Lawn & Garden Pesticide Shipments
    • Figure 2-9: U.S. Lawn & Garden Pesticide Manufacturing Shipment Value and Percent of Total U.S. Shipments, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Household & Institutional Pesticide Shipments Figure 2-10: U.S. Household & Institutional Pesticide Manufacturing Shipment Value and Percent of Total U.S. Shipments, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Bulk Pesticide Shipments Figure 2-11: U.S. Bulk Pesticide & Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing Shipment Value and Percent of Total U.S. Shipments, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) U.S. Imports by Pesticide Type Table 2-5: U.S. Pesticide Imports by Type,1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Figure 2-12: Estimated Share of U.S. Pesticide Imports by Type, 2008 (percent) U.S. Exports by Pesticide Type Table 2-6: U.S. Pesticide Exports by Type, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Figure 2-13: Estimated Share of U.S. Pesticide Exports by Type, 2008 (percent) U.S. Imports by Country of Origin Table 2-7: U.S. Formed, Packaged, or Prepared Pesticide Imports by Country of Origin, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Figure 2-14: Estimated Share of Pesticide Imports by Country of Origin, 2008 (percent) U.S. Exports by Country of Destination Table 2-8: U.S. Formed, Packaged, or Prepared Pesticide Exports by Country of Destination, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Figure 2-15: Estimated Share of Pesticide Exports by Country of Destination, 2008 (percent) Market Forecast Worldwide Market to Reach $73 Billion Figure 2-16: Estimated Worldwide Pesticide Market Forecast, 2008-2013 (in billions of dollars) U.S. Market to Pause in 2009, Top $25 Billion by 2013 Figure 2-17: Estimated U.S. Pesticide Market Forecast, 2008-2013 (in billions of dollars) Table 2-9: Forecast of Worldwide Market and U.S. Components of Trade: Shipments, Imports, Exports Apparent Consumption, 2008-2013 (in millions of dollars) Global Financial Crisis Pressure on DemandChapter 3: Competitor Profiles Competitive Landscape Global Competition Level Moderate North American Competition Level Intensely Competitive Bio-Pharma Style Boom Underway? Product Depth, Global Expansion Separate Company Castes Merging of Businesses Seeds of Paradigm Shift Global Competitors
    • Table 3-1: Top 20 Pesticide Manufacturers by Worldwide Sales, 2004-2008 (inmillions of dollars)Figure 3-1: Estimated Share of Worldwide Pesticide Sales by Company, 2008(percent)North American CompetitorsTable 3-2: Top 20 Pesticide Manufacturers by North American Sales, 2004-2008(in millions of dollars)Figure 3-2: Estimated Share of North America Pesticide Sales by Company,2008 (percent)BASF Crop ProtectionOverviewPerformanceTable 3-3: BASF Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008(in millions of dollars)Figure 3-3: BASF Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008(in millions of dollars)Fungicides Account for Lion ShareFigure 3-4: Estimated Share of BASF Pesticide Sales by Type, 2008 (percent)Interceptor Malaria Nets DonationF 500 Soybean SolutionBayer CropScienceOverviewPerformanceTable 3-4: Bayer CropScience Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (inmillions of dollars)Figure 3-5: Bayer CropScience Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008(in millions of dollars)Herbicide Business 35% ShareFigure 3-6: Estimated Share of Bayer CropScience Pesticide Sales by Type,2008 (percent)New Corn Herbicide, AdengoBee-ing Helpful in GermanySpirotetramat Granted Approval in U.S. and CanadaDow AgroSciencesOverviewPerformanceTable 3-5: Dow AgroSciences Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales byDestination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Figure 3-7: Dow AgroSciences Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (inmillions of dollars)2008 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge AwardFallout Between Dow and EPA Region 5DuPont Crop ProtectionOverviewPerformance
    • Table 3-6: DuPont Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Figure 3-8: DuPont Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Herbicides Accounts for More Than Half of BusinessFigure 3-9: Estimated Share of DuPont Crop Protection Pesticide Sales by Type,2008 (percent)Valent Deal With Ingredient Flumioxazin2008 R&D 100 Award for DuPont RynaxypyrFMC CorporationOverviewPerformanceTable 3-7: FMC Corp Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Figure 3-10: FMC Corp Agricultural Chemical Pesticide Net Sales by Destination,2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Insecticides Slightly Larger Piece of BusinessFigure 3-11: Estimated Share of FMC Corp Pesticide Sales by Type, 2008(percent)FMC Disputes EPA Position in CarbofuranTransport Termiticide Insecticide Approved by EPA in 2007Exclusivity Deal for Sankyo Agro’s SimeconazoleMonsantoOverviewPerformanceTable 3-8: Monsanto Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Figure 3-12: Monsanto Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Settlement of Pilot Grove SuitMonsanto Teaming with Archer Daniels Midland and John DeereSpectrum Brands, Inc.OverviewPerformanceFigure 3-13: Estimated Spectrum Brands Pesticide Sales, 2003-2007 (in millionsof dollars)Spectrum Sells Canadian Division Nu-GroCDC Recommends Picaridin, Ingredient Found in Spectrum Product CutterSyngenta AGOverviewPerformanceTable 3-9: Syngenta Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Figure 3-14: Syngenta Crop Protection Pesticide Net Sales by Destination, 2004-2008 (in millions of dollars)Professional Products in The Mix, Account for 15%
    • Figure 3-15: Estimated Share of Syngenta Pesticide Sales by Type, 2008 (percent) Syngenta and DuPont Develop Pioneer Hi-Bred Biotech Donation to Maize Functional Diversity Group Strategic Alliance with AgroFreshChapter 4: Trends: Challenges and Opportunities Economic Crisis Peaks 2008 Real GDP Growth Forecasted at a Meager 1.1% Figure 4-1: U.S. Current-Dollar GDP vs. Real GDP, 2000-2008 (in trillions of dollars) GDP Price Index Ticked Up Figure 4-2: Percentage Changes in U.S. Current-Dollar GDP, Real GDP and the GDP Price Index, 2002-2008 (percent) Economic Future Uncertain U.S. Dollar Decline Figure 4-3: Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Trade-Weighted Dollar Index, January 1995-September 2008 (index) Producer Prices Figure 4-4: Other Agricultural Chemicals Index, 1999-2008 (index) Figure 4-5: Percentage Change in the Other Agricultural Chemicals Producer Price Index, 1999-2008(percent) Commodity Prices Figure 4-6 Percentage Change in Fruits & Melons, Fresh/Dry Vegetables & Nuts Indexes, 1999-2008 (percent) Figure 4-7: Percentage Change in Grains and Hay, Seed and Oil Seeds Indexes, 1999-2008 (percent) Philosophical and Scientific Challenges: Bioethics and Biodiversity Pesticides Harm Biodiversity? Bee-ware of Pesticides Bobolinks Being Silenced Dangers for Humans Studying the Link Between Parkinson’s Disease and Pesticides Contamination in Spain U.S. Waters Brim with Pesticides Endangered Species Up The Ante: Salmon “Super Lice” Well-Organized Groups Target Industry The Industry’s POV: Assertive and Meticulous Acknowledgement is Key Bioethics Key But So Is Corporate Ethics Another Touchy Subject: Animal Testing New EPA Workgroup On Testing Paradigms Other Side Loud and Proud: PeTA Biotech: The Modern Pest Control No-Till Agriculture = Better Conservation Genetic Modification Sees Biotech Backlash
    • Fear of Super Weeds and Super Bugs Gene Use Restriction Technology Hard Questions In The Future Enter Nanotechnology Industry Hot on Nano Is Nano As Scary as GM? Agriculture Made More Difficult by Severe Weather Expansion in Genetic Diversity to Counter Climate Issues The Pesticide Industry’s Innovating in Face of Climate Issues Growing Population + Rising Food Costs = Pesticide Perfect Storm What Can Pesticide Companies Do? Post-Patent Pesticides and CounterfeitingChapter 5: A Look at Organic and Green Organic Captures Country’s Attention The Science of Food Growth Scares People Response to Post-WWII Food and Farming Innovations Return to Smaller Scale Production and Less Processed Foods Definition and Rules for Organic Foods Definition of Local Foods and History of the Movement How Local Is “Local”? Is “Locally Grown” the Next “Organic”? Buy Conventional Local Versus Buy Corporate Organic? Media Spreads Green Culture Beliefs Impacting Supermarket Shelf Organic Foods Face Challenges The Green Revolution Pesticide Industry Perspective: Sustainability Is Not Black and White Are Health, Safety and Organic Mutually Exclusive? Pesticide Companies Talk The Talk Green Movement Can Make Pesticide Industry Smarter Compromise in Smaller Farms? Organic Potential Problem for the Consumer Pesticide Marketplace At-Home Integrated Pest Management Organic Pesticides? Lawn and Garden Pragmatism May Also Effect Marketplace Native Lawns Edible Yards Impact of Alternative Consumer L&G ConceptsChapter 6: Regulatory Overview U.S. Federal Regulation of Pesticides Pesticide Registration Labeling: Pesticides The Food Quality Protection Act 2006 EPA Pesticide Review Controversy over Organophosphates, Carbamates Improved EPA Pesticide Process
    • New Regulation Related to FIFRA New EPA Restrictions Target Five Fumigants Montebello Agreement Issues For The Future Animal Testing Nanotechnology Pesticide Data Program Continues TestingChapter 7: End Users Market Sector Overview Agricultural Industry/Commercial/Government Home & Garden Pesticide Expenditures Grow 13% Annually Table 7-1: Estimated Share U.S. Pesticide Expenditures by Market Sector, 2008 (percent) Table 7-2: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides and Year-over- Year Percentage Change, 1999-2008(in millions of dollars) Agricultural Accounts for 68% Figure 7-1: Estimated Share U.S. Pesticide Expenditures by Market Sector, 2008 (percent) Growth Rockets in New Millennium Figure 7-2: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides by Major Market Sector, 1982-2008 (in billions of dollars) Agricultural Market Sector 32% Year-Over-Year Growth in 2008 Agriculture Expenditure May Reach 70% Again Figure 7-3: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides: U.S. Agricultural Market Sector, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars) Table 7-3: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides: U.S. Agricultural Market Sector; and Year-over-Year Percentage Change, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) USDA Sees Lower Growth in 2008 Figure 7-4: Purchased Pesticide Inputs for Agriculture Sector Production and Percent of Total Manufactured Inputs,1999-2008 (in billions of dollars) Table 7-4: Purchased Pesticide Inputs for Agriculture Sector Production and Year-over-Year Percentage Change, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Industry/Commercial/Government Market Sector Growth in 2008 Robust But Outlook Dim Figure 7-5: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides: U.S. Industry/Commercial/Government Market Sector, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars) Table 7-5: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides: U.S. Industry/ Commercial/ Government Market Sector; and Year-over-Year Percentage Change, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Home & Garden Market Sector Overall Unit Consumption May Be Tamed By Recession
    • Prices Increase 3% to 5% Likely Figure 7-6: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides: U.S. Home and Garden Market Sector, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars) Table 7-6: Estimated Annual User Expenditures of Pesticides: U.S. Home and Garden Market Sector; and Year-over-Year Percentage Change, 1999-2008 (in millions of dollars) Exterminating & Pest Control Services Service Industry Shows Steady Growth Figure 7-7: U.S. Exterminating & Pest Control Services Revenues, 1999-2008 (in billions of dollars)Available immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=1928574US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004