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World Market for Herbicides Applied on GMCs Surveyed in In-demand CCM Chemicals Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

26 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Due to the rapid promotion of Roundup Ready (glyphosate tolerance) crops worldwide, glyphosate has become the globe’s best-selling herbicide, by sales value and volume alike. Nevertheless, with the fast-paced uptake of glyphosate tolerance crops and the respective hike in the use of glyphosate, the development of glyphosate-resistant (GR) weed populations has surged enormously. A range of biotech companies embarked upon the development of genetically modified crops (GMCs) resistant to other herbicides like glufosinate-ammonium dicamba and 2,4-D. 

In-demand market research report “Global Key Herbicides Applied on Genetically Modified Crop” elaborated by CCM Chemicals gives insights into the leading herbicides applied on genetically modified crops. It also introduces the historical evolution of GM crops worldwide, and unveils the future development path of GM crops and further the future trends of major herbicides applied on GM crops.

The research publication tracks the historical development of GMCs based on crop, country, by trait in the world in 2005-2014; limelights the performance of the top biotech players such as Syngenta and Monsanto; gives data on the supply of major herbicides –  glyphosate, glufosinate-ammonium, dicamba and 2,4-D, covering output, capacity and top manufacturers globally during 2013 - Q1 2015; analyses the consumption of the key herbicides across the US, Argentina and Brazil; as well as speculated on what GMCs and leading herbicides are forecast to be applied through to 2020.

Report Details:

Global Key Herbicides Applied on Genetically Modified Crop
Published: December, 2015
Pages: 52 
Price: US$ 7,344.00

More market research publications by the publisher can be found at CCM Chemicals page.


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