Bionematicides is a formulation of bacterial and fungal spores to control crop infestation by nematodes. Nematodes infect almost all the crops sown across the globe, thereby affecting the crop yield. The biological method of controlling nematodes is advantageous as they do not affect the environment by remaining in the soil for a long time. Bionematicides are available in liquid and powder form to be used for soil application and drip irrigation.
This report covers the estimates and forecast of the bionematicides market on a global, regional, and country level. The report includes an estimation of the demand for bionematicides in 2014 and forecast for the period from 2015 to 2023 in terms of volume (Kilograms) and revenue (US$ Thousand) for markets on the country, regional, and global basis.
The study provides a decisive view of the bionematicides market by segmenting it on the basis of crop types and regional demand. Crop segments have been analyzed based on current trends and future potential, and the market has been forecast for the period from 2014 to 2023 in terms of volume (Kilograms) and revenue (US$ Thousand). Regional segmentation includes the current and forecast demand for North America, Europe, Rest of Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. These have been further sub-segmented into countries and regions with regards to the market. The segmentation also includes demand for inpidual crop types in all countries and regions.
The study analyzes the various factors driving growth of the bionematicides market. It also includes the restraining factors of the market. A detailed analysis of the impact of these drivers and restraints during the forecast period has been included. Furthermore, the report evaluates the opportunities available in the market at the global and regional level. The report also includes a value chain analysis to provide value addition at each stage and understand the industry thoroughly. Value chain analysis comprises a detailed evaluation of the role of various players involved in the bionematicides market, ranging from raw material suppliers and research institutes to end-users.
The study also analyzes the market with the help of Porter’s Five Forces model in order to determine the impact of various factors such as degree of competition, bargaining power of suppliers, threat of substitutes, bargaining power of buyers, and threat of new entrants during the forecast period. Company market share analysis has been included for better understanding of the competitive landscape. Furthermore, the report comprises market attractiveness analysis which analyzes regions that are expected to be lucrative during the forecast period based on their market size and growth rate. Market attractiveness has been derived from market size, profit margin, growth rate, availability of raw materials, competition, and other factors such as social and legal constraints.
The bionematicides market has been segmented based on crop types which include cotton, corn, soybean, fruits & vegetables, and others. The fruits & vegetables segment is further bifurcated into: leafy vegetables, tomato, pepper, and other fruits & vegetables. Detailed analysis of all segments in the regional and global markets, and forecast based on current and future trends of the industry in terms of volume (Kilograms) and revenue (US$ Thousand) has been included in the report. Geographically, the market has been segmented into: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA). Demand for bionematicides in various crop segments in these regions has been analyzed and forecasted for a period of eight years.