MONOMERS, ADJUVANTS, BIOFUNGICIDES
for Plant Pathogens and Diseases Control
GREEN & EFFECTIVELY
Here is no curing any of these: one must be quick to recognize these diseases and then discard the affected plants and protect the rest.
Global Status of Fungicides
Plant diseases are spread every year, the pathogens are infecting, destroying leaves and roots. Farmers have no choice and must discard the affected crop and plants. The Long Island HREC of Cornell University warns that there are four pathogens in particular growers should be mindful in 2017.
According to the UN Comtrade Database, the total global export values of fungicides (HS.Code 380892) at $9.12 billion dollars in 2015. The total export volumes at 991,188 tons. The global import status of fungicides at $9.10 billion dollars and 877,879 tons. China owned the export market share 4.76%, rose by 12.22% CAGR from 2007 to 2015. The global trade date has shown the strong market trend, especially in today, eco-friendly and bio-based sources are the key market labels.
CHINA EXPORT VALUE OF FUNGICIDES
by $ Million
Challenge of Fungicide Resistance
In China, the registered fungicides focus on field crops, such as rice, wheat, peanut, cotton and rape. Field crop owned a 33.9% market share on the target crop application. 65% of formulas are the single dose and 35% of formulas are composited.
There is a case study, Downy mildew disease is easy spreading. In 2011, impatiens downy mildew is reported in MA, CA, IL, IN, NY, MN and WI. And appeared again in January 2012, the disease was seen on landscape impatiens in Florida. This destructive foliar disease is causing complete defoliation or plant collapse and had been confirmed in 33 states in the US. In early November 2012, the new cycle of disease was being seen in south Florida and signalling the potential start of the 2013 season.
At that time, the fungicides, such as Protect DF™, FenStop™, Adorn™ were the fungicides which effected strongest preventive efficacy. The products were usually composited by the active ingredients, such as mancozeb, fenamidone, fluopicolide. The compound is of excellent solubility and low toxicity but has toxicity to fish and human skin. Some ingredients easy being resolved into toxic gases.
Over the long term, as the policies and legislation trend to more and more strict on the environment protecting, and the diseases resistance, appear years and years. Bio-based monomers would be the key part of formulas, mixed with synthetic active ingredients. It is a new way to agriculture disease control.
|The main active ingredients of registered fungicides in China, ICAMA, 2017|
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Terpene Based Monomers for Diseases Control & Plant Cares
Terpene-based ingredients are the newly activated monomers for
Monomers were extracted from different of biosource showed the targeted antibacterial effects. Eugenol and Terpinen-4-
For business, terpenes as bioactive compounds have been sold on commerce products. Such as NU-FILM® 17 owned by Miller Chemical & Fertilizer, LLC, or 2BY™ and 2EY™ owned by EDEN®, Lachlan (K) Hawk® 16CS. Our individual brand, PINEYE® Emulsion has successfully applied on
|The target plant pathogens of bio-based monomers.|
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|Spotted Leaf Disease|
|Fusarium Head Blight|
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