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Indian Seed Market Prospects Discussed in Topical Ken Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

22 May 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With the rapid adoption of BT cotton hybrids, single cross corn hybrids and hybrid vegetables, India’s seed industry has seen nearly 19% CAGR during 2007-2013. Over the past few years, the demand for seeds has increased due to the local farmers’ rising awareness of the benefits of using certified/quality seeds. The contribution of hybrid seeds to India’s overall commercial seed market has grown sharply over the review period due to the pressure of the increasing demand for agricultural foods along with the massive losses suffered by the farmers due to crop diseases and pest attacks throughout the country. The hybrid seed market has grown at about 36% CAGR from 2007 to 2013.

The hybrid seed market in India is highly competitive, largely held by Mahyco seeds, Nuziveedu Seeds, Rasi Seeds, Bayer India, Monsanto, Syngenta and Pioneer Seeds.

Topical report “India Seed Industry Outlook to FY’2018 - Rapid Hybridization in Vegetables, Corn and Rice to Impel Growth” drawn up by Ken Research provides a comprehensive analysis of the Indian seed industry.

The study discusses the market size of the country’s seed industry by revenue and production, as well as offers in-depth market segmentation – by varietal/non-hybrid and non-varietal/hybrid seeds; by cross bred and GM hybrid seeds; by non-vegetable and vegetable seeds; by breeder, foundation and certified/quality seeds; and by industry structure. The research also covers key trends and developments in the industry, government regulations, the competitive landscape, key seed companies’ market share by revenue and by hybrid seed category, and company profiles. Furthermore, future outlook and projections for the Indian seed industry on the basis of revenue are also provided.

Report Details:

India Seed Industry Outlook to FY’2018 - Rapid Hybridization in Vegetables, Corn and Rice to Impel Growth
Published: April, 2013
Pages: 157
Price: US$ 1,000.00

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