New report on the global market for agricultural chemicals

Agrochemicals or agricultural chemicals are chemical products that are used in agriculture such as pesticides, fertilizers, insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, etc. This can also include hormones and other chemical growth agents. Usually agrochemicals are toxic and pose an environmental risk. Therefore, the market for agrochemicals is strictly regulated. 

In this report, we categorize agricultural chemicals into fertilizers and pesticides. Dominated by Asia Pacific, the global market for agricultural chemicals has been posting rapid growth in recent years. China has been the leading market for agrochemicals as it has experienced a boost in its agriculture sector over the last years. China is not only the largest market for agrochemicals in Asia Pacific, but it is also the largest consumer of fertilizers in the world.

Meanwhile, South America dominated the global demand for pesticides led by Brazil, which has also experienced a rapid growth in its agriculture sector in recent years. Demand from larger markets such as the US and Europe has dwindled in the last decade due to stringent environmental regulations in place for agrochemicals in these regions.

Aruvian Research analyses the Global Market for Agricultural Chemicals in this research offering. The global market for agrochemicals has been analysed through an industry overview, an overview of the global fertilizer market and the global pesticide market. Impacts on the global agrochemical industry such as market drivers and industry challenges are analysed as well. For the global fertilizer and pesticide sector, data is analysed from 2006 to 2019. Forecast for the global agrochemical industry till 2019 is also included in this section.

The market for agrochemicals in Asia Pacific is analysed through an industry overview, an analysis of the fertilizer industry in the region as well as the pesticide industry in Asia Pacific. Both the markets are analysed by market demand and market share in the region by countries. Impacts on the industry and competition in the Asia Pacific agricultural chemicals industry are analysed in this research report. The key agrochemical markets in Asia Pacific that are analysed in this report include: China, India, Japan and South Korea. For each market, we analyse the fertilizer and pesticide sectors, along with an overall market analysis.

Key markets analysed in Europe include France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. Each market is analysed through an overall agrochemical industry analysis, an analysis of the fertilizer sector till 2019 and an analysis of the pesticide sector also till 2019. An analysis of the agrochemical market in Europe is also carried out through an industry overview, market demand for fertilizers and pesticides, impacts on the industry along with a look at the competitive landscape.

Moving to North America, we analyse the agricultural chemical market in North America through fertilizer demand, pesticide demand, market share by countries for both the sectors, impacts on the industry and a competitive analysis of the key players in the region. Key agrochemical markets in North America that are analysed in this report are the United States and Canada.

The agrochemical industry in South America is also analysed in the same manner. Key markets analysed include Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. Markets are analysed from 2006 to 2019.

An analysis of the major industry players sums up the research report on the Global Market for Agricultural Chemicals. We analyse the top industry players through a business segment analysis, a financial analysis and a SWOT framework analysis. Major players analysed include industry leaders such as Agrium Inc., BASF SE, CF Industries, DuPont, Koch Industries, Syngenta AG, Yara International and many others.

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