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昆虫フェロモン市場

Agrow: Insect Pheromones

 

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Agrow
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2017年3月US$2,500
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このレポートは世界の昆虫フェロモン市場を調査し、規制や消費者動向を踏まえた市場分析を掲載しています。

主な掲載内容

  • 市場に影響する規制と政治的要因
  • 消費者動向と産業への影響
  • 市場シェアと市場価値
  • 動向と市場を方向付ける技術的進歩

Report Details

The significant increase in world population demands more food production and, consequently, key inputs such as fertilisers and pesticides, particularly in developing countries.
Environmentally-sustainable technologies for pest management means greater semiochemical use, which currently shows a compound annual growth rate higher than 15%.
This report cogently explains how increased semiochemical use is being driven by more restrictive regulatory legislation for conventional pesticides, by consumer demand, and as a result of a meaningful increase in pesticide resistance.
The sector is limited by political (reduction in government funding), societal (cost and lack of understanding), and regulatory factors. However, on a positive note, governments are encouraging more sustainable agricultural policies including less complicated and faster regulatory procedures.
Consumers want to eat residue-free foods and are resistant to conventional insecticides. They are also eating more organic foods and believe in sustainable agriculture.
Technological trends include improvements in pheromone manufacture resulting in lower costs.
With the creation of a substantial biopesticide industry, and the investment of large crop protection companies, the pheromone market will likely see consolidation and mergers in the near future.

Key features include:
- The regulatory and political factors influencing the market
- Consumer behaviour and its effect on the industry
- Market shares and values
- Trends and technological advances shaping the market
 



目次

Contents
Executive summary 7
1. Introduction 11
2. Insect pest management 13
2.1 Summary - Insect pest management 13
2.2 Introduction 13
2.3 How IPM works 14
2.3.1 Prevention 14
2.3.2 Monitoring 15
2.3.3 Intervention 16
2.4 IPM strategies and tools 17
2.4.1 Establishing an economic threshold 18
2.4.2 Protecting natural enemies 18
2.4.3 Product selection 18
2.4.4 Responsible product use 19
2.4.5 Managing pest resistance 19
2.4.6 Pros and cons of IPM tools 20
2.4.7 Stewardship and training 20
2.5 Benefits of IPM 21
2.6 Advantages and disadvantages of pheromones compared to insecticides 22
3. Semiochemicals 24
3.1 Summary - Semiochemicals 24
3.2 Introduction 24
3.3. Classification of semiochemicals 25
3.4 Pherobase 26
3.5 Insect taste and smell 28
3.5.1 Taste 28
3.5.2 Smell 28
3.6 Insect pheromones 28
3.6.1 Alarm or dispersal pheromones 29
3.6.2 Trail pheromones 29
3.6.3 Honey bee pheromones 31
3.6.4 Sex Attractants 33
3.6.5 Aggregation and anti-aggregation pheromones 33
3.6.6 Marking pheromones 34
3.6.7 Stigmergy 34
3.6.8 Chemical characteristics of lepidoptera pheromones 35
4. Pheromone discovery 36
4.1 Summary - Phermone discovery 36
4.2 Introduction 37
4.3 First steps 37
4.4 Solving problems 38
4.5 New technology 39
4.6 A chemical language 40
4.7 Mating disruption 41
4.8 Trapping 41
4.9 Future research 42
5. Pheromones in IPM ? Monitoring 43
5.1 Summary - Pheromones in IPM - Monitoring 43
5.2 Introduction 43
5.3 Modes of use in monitoring and detection 44
5.4 Types of lures 45
5.5 Pest monitoring with pheromone traps 47
5.5.1 Costan Rican army worm 47
5.5.2 Emerald ash borer 48
5.5.3 Citrus fruit borer 49
5.5.4 Tomato leaf miner 50
5.5.5 Brazilian apple leafroller 50
5.5.6 Pink bollworm 51
5.5.7 European corn borer 52
5.5.8 Stored product pests 52
6. Pheromones in IPM ? Mass trapping 54
6.1 Summary - Pheromones in IPM ? Mass trapping 54
6.2 Introduction 54
6.3 Case studies of mass trapping 54
6.3.1 Tephritid fruit flies 54
6.3.2 Asiatic rice borer 55
6.3.3 Tomato leafminer 55
6.3.3.1 Recommendations for mass trapping 55
6.3.4 Cotton boll weevil 56
6.3.5 Bark beetles 59
6.3.6 Palm weevils 62
6.3.7 Sweet potato weevil 63
6.3.8 Black banana weevil 65
7. Pheromones in IPM ? Mating disruption 66
7.1 Summary - Pheromones in IPM ? Mating disruption 66
7.2 Introduction 66
7.3 Factors affecting the mating disruption technique 67
7.3.1 Pheromone dispensers 67
7.3.2 Pheromone field concentration 71
7.3.3 Application aspects 72
7.3.4 Some conclusions for mating disruption 74
7.4 Case studies of mating disruption 74
7.4.1 Codling moths 74
7.4.2 Tomato pinworm 76
7.4.3 Brazilian leaf apple roller 76
7.4.4 Pink bollworm 77
7.4.5 Oriental fruit moth 79
7.5 Attract and Kill 83
8. The regulatory situation 84
8.1 Summary - The regulatory situation 84
8.2 Introduction 84
8.3 New Zealand 85
8.4 Europe 86
8.5 USA 87
9. The insect pheromone market and future tendencies 89
9.1 Summary - The insect pheromone market and future growth trends 89
9.2 The insect pheromone market 89
9.3 Future tendencies 91
9.3.1 Limiting factors and threats 91
9.4.1 Promotional factors and trends 92
10. Company profiles and product lines 97
10.1 Summary 97
10.2 A.G. Biosystems 97
10.2.1 Product profile 97
10.2.2 R&D 98
10.3 Agrisense, UK 99
10.3.1 Product portfolio 99
10.4 Andermatt Biocontrol 99
10.4.1 Product portfolio 100
10.5 ATGC Biotech 100
10.5.1 Product portfolio 102
10.6 BASF 102
10.6.1 BASF launches pheromone in Latin America 104
10.7 Bedoukian Research 104
10.8 Biagro 105
10.9 Biobest Group 106
10.9.1 Product lines 109
10.10 BioChemTech 112
10.11 BIO CONTROLE 113
10.11.1 Product line 113
10.12 Central Plantation Crops Research Institute (CPCRI) 117
10.13 ChemTica International (CTI) 118
10.14 Hercon Environmental 118
10.14.1 Product portfolio 119
10.14.2 New capability to control bark beetles 120
10.15 Horizon Biosciences 121
10.16 International Pheromone Systems (IPS) 123
10.17 International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA) 127
10.18 Isagro 128
10.18.1 Ecodian range of pheromones 129
10.19 ISCA Tecnologias, Brazil 130
10.20 ISCA Technologies Inc., USA 133
10.21 Kenogard 134
10.21.1 Pheromone products 135
10.22 KOPPERT 136
10.23 Laboratorios Agrochem 137
10.24 NOVAGRICA 140
10.25 OpenNatur 143
10.26 Pacific Biocontrol Corporation (PBC) 144
10.26.1 Product portfolio 145
10.27 PCI (Pest Control India) 148
10.28 PHEROBANK 149
10.28.1 Product portfolio 150
10.29 RUSSELL IPM 150
10.30 Scentry Biologicals 156
10.30.1 Product portfolio 157
10.31 SEDQ 160
10.32 SHIN-ETSU 162
10.33 SUTERRA 162
10.33.1 Product portfolio 162
10.34 Tr?c? Incorporated 164
10.35 TRIFOLIO 167
ABBREVIATIONS 183

 

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