Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB UK) 30 July 2014
The sales value of the seed treatment market in Italy based on corn and potatoes is estimated at EUR 4.0 million in 2013 finds a chapter in the recently published Global Seed Treatment: Market Analysis and Opportunities report by worldwide consulting and research firm Kline & Company. Potatoes have a much smaller area treated, but a significantly larger amount per hectare value, resulting in a larger sales value.
Corn and potatoes have the largest amount of hectares treated in Italy in 2013, with approximately 90% of the corn and about 80% planted potatoes receiving a seed treatment application. These seed treatments can be fungicide only, followed by an insecticide seed treatment application, or the two can be applied in a combination treatment.
The most used seed treatment fungicide on a hectare treated basis is Syngenta’s Celest XL, used mainly on corn, accounting for over 90% of the seed treatment fungicide market in Italy.
Cruiser is no longer the only insecticide seed treatment product used in Italy, although it remains the most used, especially in potatoes. Cruiser 70 WS is used to treat 16,900 hectares of potatoes in 2013.
Syngenta remains the leading supplier in Italy for seed treatment, followed by Bayer Crop Science. These two suppliers have nearly the entire market, or over 90% of total sales, with Makhteshim, BASF, Diachem, and Sumitomo also participating, but at a very minor level.
Kline’s chapter on Italy of the global seed treatment market research is a detailed analysis of the Italian seed treatment market in 2013, covering the following topics:
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