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China Pesticide Product Watch 2019: Further raised registration thresholds, domestically-created products frequently emerging in terminal market

China has always been the backbone of global pesticide production. Even though China’s production capacity has shrunk to some extent, due to the increasing effects of environmental and safety policies on the market in recent years, it still accounts for over half of the global capacity. In fact, China's domestic pesticide market is huge and shows a more sustainable development prospects with regards to the continuous upgrading and adjustment of the pesticide industry in recent years. 

Therefore, in addition to analysing pesticide exports, an in-depth understanding of pesticide registration trends and new product launchingin the Chinese market also provides an important guide for understanding product structures and how to seize opportunities in the domestic market.

By summarizing and analyzing data, such as the number and variety of pesticides registered with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People’s Republic of China in 2019, as well as new product launched in the market, this article will aim to conclude that, with the future influence of policies and market entities, highly-toxicity and high-risk pesticide varieties are being rapidly eliminated, the pesticide registration threshold is being raised, and pesticide products are being rapidly developed in a safe, efficient, and environmentally-friendly manner. 

The structure of pesticide products launched in the market has been gradually optimized. Although homogeneous competition is still extensive, some companies have begun to develop excellent proprietary products, working withmorediversified formulation typesforapplications of off-patent products. In general, innovation and creation are becoming the driving forces behind the sustainable development of these companies.
 
Pesticide registration approval rate drops significantly in 2019
 
Over the last decade, China's pesticide registration rate has shown a trend of steady growth. From 2013 to 2018, the average annual growth rate of pesticide registrations was 6.90% (Figure 1). In 2018, there were 4,608 pesticide registrations approved by the Ministry of Agriculture at an approval rate of 92.5% while the registration number increased by 8.6% over the previous year when there were 90 new pesticide registration tests approved, at a rate of 51%.
 
However, the increase in pesticide registrations in 2019 was significantly reduced compared to previous years. The total number of pesticide registrations in 2019, as of 20th December, was only 1,064, of which 130 are technical concentrates and 934 are formulations. The over approval rate dropped sharply to 47.0% while the number of new pesticide registration tests was only 38, with the approval rate of 88.4%.
 
As of 20th December, 2019, a total of 41,204 pesticide products were registered by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, of which 4,513 are technical concentrates and 36,691 are formulations. The number of active ingredients of all registered pesticides is 701. The slowdown in registration growth is closely related to the rise in registration thresholds, under the new pesticide registration management regulations and changes to the safety and environmental protection standards covering the pesticide market.
 
 
Figure 1. Total number of registered products during the validity period
 
 
The three major categories of products registered in 2019 are still pesticides, fungicides and herbicides, with registration numbers being 592 (55.64%), 179 (16.82%) and 110 (10.34%), respectively. The rest includes 66 acaricides, 33 hygienic insecticides, 32 plant growth regulators, and 52 other products (Figure 2).
 
 
Figure 2. Categories of registered products in 2019
 
 
Popular varieties are still welcome, overall structure more environmentally-friendly
 
As China has vigorously promoted the use of non-toxic pesticides in recent years, pesticide registration has focused low-toxic, green and environmentally friendly varieties, with slight-toxicity and low-toxicity products accounting for 84% of total. Along with medium-toxicity products, they account for 99% of total while high-toxicity products only make up 1%.
 
In 2019, among the registered insecticides, fungicides and herbicides, the top ten includes several traditional popular varieties, such as imidacloprid, pyrethroid pesticides, carbendazim, glyphosate -1.htm" target="_blank" class="anchor">glyphosate , and glufosinate-ammonium. There are also a few new hot products. Among the registered pesticides, imidacloprid is still the most registered, followed by imidacloprid mixture products. In addition, the registration of thiosultap-monosodium, trichlorfon, and triazophos technical concentrates is also common. Among registered fungicides, prothioconazole has emerged, along with carbendazim and zineb. In January 2019, prothioconazole was registered in China for the first time and was ranked as one of the top three technical concentrates during that year. The top three registered herbicide products are isoproturon, clomazone and ioxynil octanoate. The most registered compounded products are a mixture of glyphosate and glufosinate ammonium. Tables 1, 2, and 3 highlight the list of registered pesticides, fungicides and herbicides in 2019.
 
Table 1. Top 10 Insecticide active ingredient registrations in 2019
Top 10 Insecticide active ingredient registration in 2019
No.
TC
Single Agent
Mixture
1
Imidacloprid
Imidacloprid
Imidacloprid · Thiosultap-monosodium
2
Fenvalerate
Beta-cypermethrin
Cypermethrin · Imidacloprid
3
Cypermethrin
Cypermethrin
Cypermethrin · Triazophos
4
Beta-cypermethrin
Triazophos
Beta-cyfluthrin · Imidacloprid
5
Thiosultap-monosodium
Thiosultap-disodium
Imidacloprid · Triazophos
6
Trichlorfon
Thiosultap-monosodium
Beta-cyfluthrin · Phoxim
7
Triazophos
Phorate
Phoxim · Triazophos
8
Dichlorvos
Dichlorvos
9
Alpha-cypermethrin
Aluminium phosphide
10
Pyridaben

Table 2. Top 10 fungicide active ingredient registrations in 2019
Top 10 fungicide active ingredient registrations in 2019
No.
TC
Single Agent
Mixture
1
Carbendazim
Triadimefon
Carbendazim · Triadimefon
2
Zineb
Carbendazim
Pyraclostrobin · Epoxiconazole
3
Prothioconazole
Zineb
Tebuconazole · Prochloraz
4
Bupirimate
Hymexazol
Sulfur · Triadimefon
5
Metconazole
Allyl isothiocyanate
Metalaxyl-M · Azoxystrobin
6
Valifenalate
Bupirimate
Metalaxyl-M · Fludioxonil
7
Triadimefon
Metconazole
Famoxadone · Cyazofamid
8
Benalaxyl-M
Sulfur
9
Cyflufenamid
Validamycin
10
Fluensulfone
Melaleuca alternifolia

Table 3. Top 10 herbicide active ingredient registrations in 2019
Top 10 herbicide active ingredient registrations in 2019
No.
TC
Single Agent
Mixture
1
Isoproturon
Isoproturon
Glufosinate-ammonium · Glyphosate
2
Clomazone
Glufosinate-ammonium
Fluoroglycofen · Glufosinate-ammonium
3
Ioxynil octanoate
Glyphosate-isopropylammonium
Metamifop · Cyhalofop-butyl
4
Simetryn
Pinoxaden
Bensulfuron-methyl · Pretilachlor
5
Bispyribac-sodium
Atrazine
Diflufenican · Isoproturon
6
Dicamba
Bispyribac-sodium
MCPA · Glufosinate-ammonium
7
Hexazinone
Metamifop
Flumioxazin · Pendimethalin
8
Trifluralin
9
Picolinafen
10
Pyroxasulfone

Firstly-registered pesticides show vitality
 
The annual registration of new pesticides always receives the attention of the market. Although the total number of pesticide registrations declined in 2019, new pesticides registered for the first time have showed vitality. According to incomplete statistics from AgroPages, a total of 26 pesticide ingredients were registered for the first time in China in 2019 (See Table 4), an increase of 62.5% over the 16 in 2018 that are mainly fungicides. Among the new pesticide ingredients registered for the first time, 17 are owned by Chinese companies. The number of first-time registrations by Chinese companies is increasing.
 
Most active ingredients first registered by multinational companies are patented new compounds. Relatively speaking, these ingredients are mainly fungicides with higher market profits. In the context of global registration and the market placement of these compounds, registration in China is necessary.
 
Benzovindiflupyr 96% technical concentrate registered by Syngenta is one of the most promising SDHI fungicides, has a broad spectrum and is effective and long-lasting. Foliar spraying or soil treatment using benzovindiflupyr can prevent foliar and soil diseases in many crops, lawns, and flowers. It has become Syngenta's best-selling fungicide, and its annual peak sales are expected to reach $1 billion.
 
Japanese companies with a reputation for research and development have registered two new fungicides, penthiopyrad 99% technical concentrate and cyflufenamid 98%. Penthiopyrad was successfully developed by Mitsui Chemicals and was jointly developed with multinational companies, such as Corteva and Syngenta. Penthiopyrad is a SDHI fungicide, has broad spectrum and is effective. At present, penthiopyrad has become one of Corteva’s key fungicides, with an annual peak sale up to $100 million to $500 million.
 
Fluensulfone 95% technical concentrate, Adama’s new registered product, is a new broad-spectrum, non-fumigant nematicide with a novel structure. It can prevent and control a variety of plant parasitic nematodes and displays non-target low biological toxicity. It is a green alternative to many carbamates and organophosphorus nematicides. After its first registration in China, the influence and market development potential of fluensulfone are promising.
 
Among the first-registered products of domestic companies in 2019, some are reserved off-patent technical concentrates, especially solutions for the most pressing agriculture problems, including Shandong Hailir’s prothioconazole 95% and Anhui Jiuyi’s prothioconazole 97%, which control pests that threaten current agricultural production. 
 
Prothioconazole’s patent in China expired in 2015. It is one of the top ten fungicides in the world, but has not been registered since 2015 by domestic companies. In recent years, wheat scab, rust, powdery mildew and other diseases broke out in China. Resistance to available formulations and other reasons resulted in huge losses. Prothioconazole can efficiently control the above diseases and is environmentally-friendly, low toxic and has little residue. The domestic registration of prothioconazole will, therefore, help broaden its global market.
 
Mites are recognized as hard-to-control pests, and the continuous development of new effective acaricides with unique mechanisms of action is an urgent matter for agricultural production. Nissan Chemical’s cyenopyrafen 95% was registered in China for the first time. This compound has a novel structure, and its t-butyl ester has displayed considerable inhibitory effects on mitochondrial respiratory chain complex II after hydrolysis. It also has no cross-resistance with existing acaricides and is safe on non-target organisms, making it an ideal acaricide. In 2016, sales of cyenopyrafen were close to $20 million.
 
The general pesticide registration situation reflects the industry's compliance with the concept of green and sustainable development. Pesticide registration in China is now under structural optimization and quality improvement. The use of biological pesticides, such as microbial, botanical, and biochemical pesticides, has been steadily growing.
 
Table 4. Pesticide ingredients registered for the first time in China in 2019 
Concentration
Formulation Type
Manufacture
Fungicide
Terpinen-4-ol 40.2%
TK
STK
Prothioconazole 97%
TC
Anhui Jiuyi
Fluensulfone 95%
TC
ADAMA
Benzovindiflupyr 96%
TC
Syngenta
Dodine 98%
TC
Nantong Huasheng
Bupirimate 95%
TC
Jiangxi Heyi
Brevibacillus laterosporus A60 5 billion CFU/ml
TK
Shaanxi MeiBang Group
Allyl isothiocyanate 80%
TK
Beijing Yagenong
Prothioconazole 95%
TC
Hailir
Metconazole 95%
TC
Huifeng
Benalaxyl-M 95%
TC
Isagro
Penthiopyrad 99%
TC
Mitsui Chemicals Agro
Valifenalate 98%
TC
Belgium Bierqing
Cyflufenamid 98%
TC
Nippon Soda
Isobavachalcone
 1.5%
TK
China Tongxiang Bio-Pesticide
Herbicide
Pyroxasulfone 98%
TC
Shanghai Qunli
2,4-DB 95%
TC
Liaoning Cynda
Picolinafen 96%
TC
Liaoning Cynda
Ioxynil octanoate 95%
TC
Huifeng
Insecticide
Afidopyropen 92.5%
TC
BASF
Pentanoic phenol acid 25.1%、Tridecan phenol acid 5.9%
TK
Xuzhou Jindi
Spirobudiclofen 95%
TC
Udragon
Tolfenpyrad 98%
TC
Qingdao Kaiyuanxiang
Plant Growth Regulator
Ethephon 75%
TK
Jiangsu Corechem
Iron chlorin e6 2%
TK
Nanjing Baite Bio-engineering
Acaricide
Cyenopyrafen 95%
TC
Nissan


Newly launched products: further innovation in application methods, frequent emergence of domestic patent highlights
 
Although the number of pesticide registrations fell sharply in 2019, the market’s enthusiasm for new products continues to increase. In 2019, new product launch meetings and new product promotion meetings held by companies across the country were still increasing in number. According to incomplete statistics from AgroPages, the product launch/promotion meetings held by multinational and domestic companies across China in 2019 as of 30th November are shown in Table 5. It can be seen that the major products of domestic companies are still made up of vigorous old products and sub-new compounds, but there are also some new ingredients and new formulationtypes. 
 
Multinational companies have made their significant innovations mainly in formulationtypes and applications based on their own patented compounds. In addition, they also cooperate with domestic companies that specialize in regional markets in licensing products.
 
As the largest non-patented pesticide leader in China, Adama has been exploring the market potential of off-patent pesticides through product combination or innovation based on new product development. In 2019, Adama launched and promoted its latest nematicides Nimitz® (fluensulfone), AGIL® (10% propaquizafop EC), and Lingshan® (40% buprofezin SC) to the market.
 
Nimitz® is a new generation nematicide developed by Adama and has considerable expectations. It has been registered and sold in over 20 countries and regions around the world. Due to its low toxicity, high efficiency, long-lasting effect, environmental friendliness, and ease of use, Nimitz® will help solve the bottleneck and difficulty of controlling meloidogyne in vegetable production. Propaquizafop occupies an important position in Adama's product line. 
 
The successful launch of AGIL®, whose active ingredient is propaquizafop, marks the entry of Adama into the market of herbicides that counter grass family weeds affecting broad-leaved crop fields. Launched by Adama, Lingshan® is a pesticide suitable for aerial control. Buprofezin is one of the most successful insect growth regulators in the world and can effectively control homoptera pests. Through the formulation optimization by Adana’s Nanjing R&D Center, the long-term effect and high selectivity of buprofezin are further improved, resulting in its greater practicality for aerial control and miscibility with other conventional pesticides.
 
Corteva's Zorvec Enibel® is the first premix product in its Zorvec® series. The active ingredient of Zorvec® series is oxathiapiprolin, the first piperidinyl thiazole isoxazolines fungicide developed by Corteva. With unique targets and novel mechanism of action, the product has good control effect at extremely low doses. Famoxadone, the compounded ingredient of Zorvec Enibel®, broadens its fungicide spectrum and can effectively control late blight and early blight. Zorvec Enibel® has a superior formulation type and can be easily used for aerial control.
 
By cooperating with multinational giants to attain agency and development rights for internationally-patented compound products, domestic pesticide companies have continuously improved the level of their new products. Biogen, a subsidiary company of Noposion, jointly developed and launched the bi-patented compound, Qintianzhu® (23% triflumezopyrim + cyantraniliprole SC), with Corteva. The product is regarded as the "nuclear weapon" against resistant pest in rice fields. The core ingredient of Qintianzhu® is triflumezopyrim developed by DuPont, a cross-generation product with new structure and new mechanism of action. It has no cross-resistance to neonicotinoids and pymetrozines. Cyantraniliprole is a compound patented by FMC. It is also an upgrade of chlorantraniliprole, has broader insecticidal spectrum, and can efficiently control rice stem borer and rice leaf roller.
 
By leveraging channel advantages, Japanese companies also explored their patented products. In 2019, Mitsui Chemicals licensed its patented compound, penthiopyrad, to Sino-Agri and Sipcam, to launch products under the names, Aifeite® and Kebina®, to markets in northern and southern China. Penthiopyrad is aSDHI fungicide with permeable and systemic activities, which can provide preventive and therapeutic effects and has low cross-resistance to currently available fungicides. It not only effective against diseases such as powdery mildew and gray mold, but it is also safe to beneficial microorganisms and their natural enemies. The above two products contain high-purity technical concentrates produced by Mitsui Chemicals and have scientific formulas, good miscibility, and are more stable and safer.
 
Controlling major agricultural pests control is key to launching new products and it can bring better market profits for companies. In 2019, with the first registration of prothioconazole in China, three companies launched four prothioconazole-based formulations to control wheat scab that seriously threatened China's wheat production in the past two years. Anhui Jiuyi launched JiuYaoJiu (30% prothioconazole dispersible oil suspension concentrate), whose most important feature is that it can be sprayed at ultra-low dose using drones, as well as manually after diluting with water. When sprayed at ultra-low dose using drones, JiuYaoJiu shows rapid sedimentation, high permeability, high droplet coverage, high pesticide availability, and good control effects. It is also very environmentally-friendly.
 
Hailir launched two prothioconazole-based mixture products, which are Lijian® (40% prothioconazole plus tebuconazole SC) and Liangjie® (28% prothioconazole plus carbendazim SC), to control major wheat diseases, such as wheat scab, rust and powdery mildew. Lijian® has a comprehensive mechanism of action, broad fungicidal spectrum, strong systemicity, radical control effect, and long-term effectiveness, therefore, showing excellent prevention and control. Liangjie® is also proven to achieve an optimal control effect and cost effectiveness through a reasonable ratio of prothioconazole and carbendazim. The above two products are suitable for a variety of application equipment, such as large machinery for spraying and drones for aerial control.
 
 Liyang Zhongnan also launched a product named Lemaibao®, which is 40% prothioconazole plus tebuconazole SC. This product is supplemented with Liyang Zhongnan’s independent intellectual property product, which is a high-efficiency surfactant 9708. Its properties include strong adhesiveness, high permeability and resistance to rain erosion, which greatly increases the amount of target residual, extends the effective duration, and improves the control effect.
 
As one of the most active companies engaged in pesticide creation in China in recent years, KingAgroot launched 11 new herbicides, including DaoGuYing®, DaoYu®, JingJie®, JinYuYing®, and JinWenYu®, based on its patented compounds, such as tripyrasulfone(三唑磺草酮)  and fenpyrazone(苯唑氟草酮)  in China in 2019. Tripyrasulfone is the world's first HPPD inhibitor that can be safely used for post-emergence control of grass weeds as stem and leaf treatment herbicide in paddy fields. It can effectively control Echinocloa species that are resistant to ALS inhibitors and ACCase inhibitors, as well as Leptochloa chinensis, which is resistant to ACCase inhibitors, thus being of extraordinary significance for improving global rice yields. Fenpyrazoneis the third-generation cornfield HPPD inhibitor herbicide. Compared with previous generations of HPPD inhibitors, its herbicidal spectrum is more balanced and the control effect is more stable. These products bring innovative solutions to farmers who suffer from resistant weeds. With the vision of "reinventing herbicides again", KingAgroot will also launch six new patented compounds in the next five years.
 
In addition to its three major plant protection products, Chengdu Kelilong has also launched a blockbuster plant growth regulator. Through more than ten years of research and innovation, the company has developed the latest generation compound with the global patent -- iron chlorin e6, a pure natural substance extracted from silkworm excrement. It can improve photosynthetic efficiency, accumulate active photosynthate, promote crop growth and increase the biological yield of crops. It can also improve resistance to cold, salinity and alkalinity resistance of crops by promoting the growth of roots, stems and leaves. In 2019, FengCuiLu®, with this active, was introduced in the market. This is the latest generation of botanical growth regulator in the Chinese market, indicating that China's agricultural chemical control technology has entered a new era.
 
Table 5. Product launched/promotedacross China in 2019
Category
Product Name
Ingredients
Uses
Company
Fungicides
 
Shuangjia®
Metalaxyl-M + Flumorph
Downy mildew
Hailir
 
Duomitiliang®
Flumorph + Cyazofamid
Downy mildew, blight, late blight
Lijian®
Prothioconazole + Tebuconazole
Wheat scab, rust, powdery mildew
Liangjie®
Prothioconazole + Carbendazim
Head blight,blight, rust,powdery mildew, root rot
Jiuyaojiu
Prothioconazole
wheat scab
Anhui Jiuyi
Lemaibao®
Prothioconazole + Tebuconazole
Wheat scab, powdery mildew, rust
Mid-South Chemical
Zorvec Enibel
Oxathiapiprolin + Famoxadone
Late blight, early blight
Corteva
Evito® T
Fluoxastrobin + Tebuconazole
Powdery mildew
UPL
Routine Start
Isotianil + Trifloxystrobin
Rice blast
Bayer
Aifeite®
Penthiopyrad
Powdery mildew,grey mold, Sclerotinia stem rot
Sino-Agri Leading Biosciences + Mitsui Chemicals
Kebina®
Penthiopyrad
Powdery mildew, grey mold
Sipcam + Mitsui Chemicals
Ynhua Yeliqing®
Tebuconazole +
Thiophanate-methyl
Leaf fungal diseases such as powdery mildew, brown patch and alternaria leaf spot
Yanhua Yoloo
 
Yanhua Dianliang®
Pyraclostrobin + Mancozeb
Most fungal diseases
Yanhua Jincancan®
Pyraclostrobin + Tebuconazole
 
Citrus melanose, anthracnose, scab, apple alternaria leaf spot, brown spot
Yanhua Youguo®
Pyraclostrobin + Tetraconazole
Various powdery mildew pathogens
Priaxor®
Fluxapyroxad + Pyraclostrobin
Northern corn leaf blight
BASF
Maitian ®
Pydiflumetofen
Wheat scab
Syngenta
Youmeiyan®
Epoxiconazole + Validamycin
Rice sheath blight, false smut
Lier plant
 
Youmeisui®
Epoxiconazole + Tricyclazole
Rice sheath blight, false smut, blast
Woruo®Kapa®
Epoxiconazole +
Pyraclostrobin
Difficult diseases of field fruit and vegetable crops
Sentay Chemical
Insecticide
 
Qingtianzhu®
Triflumezopyrim +
Cyantraniliprole
Striped rice borer, rice planthopper
Biogen + Corteva
Aijia®
Triflumezopyrim +
Chlorantraniliprole
Striped rice borer, rice leaf roller, rice planthopper
Noposion
Lingshan ®
Buprofezin
Homoptera pests such as rice planthopper, whitefly, scale insect
ADAMA
Leize®
Spirotetramat
Piercing-sucking mouthpart pests such as aphids, scale insects, mealybugs, mites, thrips, woodlouse, and greenhouse whitefly
UPL
Jinlanrui
Emamectin benzoate + Indoxacarb
Rice leaf roller
Veyong
 
Zongqin
Emamectin benzoate
Rice leaf roller, striped rice borer
Jinteng
Pymetrozine + Dinotefuran
Piercing-sucking and rasping-suckingmouthpart pests such as rice planthopper, aphides, whitefly, tea lesser leafhopper, mired, thrips
wenlong®
Cycloxaprid
Rice planthopper
Shanghai Shengnong
Shanchun®
Pyriproxyfen
Pnyxia scabiei Hopkins
Shandong Sino-Agri United
Herbicides
 
AGIL®
Propaquizafop
Grassy weeds
ADAMA
Zidianqingshuang
Glufosinate ammonium
Many types of weeds
Veyong
 
Jinzaoguangguang
Glufosinate ammonium
Many types of weeds
Jiujiuhong®
Destructive weeds such as sugarcane fieldnutgrass, bermuda grass
 Kesaijinong
Qiuyi®
Isoproturon + Pretilachlor +
Wheat field resistant and destructive weeds such as Beckmannia syzigachne, Alopecurus japonicus, amur foxtail, Aegilops tauschii
Jiangsu Polychem
Daoguyying®、Daoyu®、Jingjie®
Tripyrasulfone (三唑磺草酮)
Barnyard grass, Leersia hexandra, resistant Euphorbia lathyris
KingAgroot
 
Jinyuying®、Jinwenyu®
Fenpyrazone (苯唑氟草酮)
Grass weeds and broadleaf weeds
Weiyang®、Zaoling®
Penoxsulam
Paddybarnyard grass
Ruifengtian®、Fengbile®
Pretilachlor
Annual grass weeds,sedge family, dicotyledon weeds
Fengbilie®、Yutianfeng®
Isoxaflutole
Annualgrass weeds and broadleaf weeds in corn fields
Maiyu
Florasulam+
Carfentrazone-ethyl
Broadleaf weeds in wheat fields
Chengdu Kelilong
Fungicides / pesticides
Dugong®
Chlorpyrifos + Lambda-cyhalothrin
Wheat diseases and pests
Lier plant
Tengshou
Fenaminstrobin + Difenoconazole +
Thiamethoxam
Wheat aphides, sheath blight, etc.
Sinochem
Huaxitian®
Clothianidin + Fludioxonil + Thifluzamide
Peanut southern blight, aphides
Hailir
Acaricides
Youmeigan®
Epoxiconazole
Citrus red mites
Lier plant
Muhu®
Bifenazate + Spirotetramat
Pest mites such as citrus red mites, yellow mites, Tetranychus cinnabarinus, two-spotted spider mites
Yanhua Yoloo
Bio-stimulant
 
N-Energy-X6®、K-Energy-X6®、Woojar®
Bio-stimulant, organic carbon
Soil fertilizers
Chengdu Newsun
Qiaonongbao®
Oligosaccharides, botanical extracts, marine biological extracts, etc.
Nematode
Shandong Qiaochang
Plant growth regulator
Fengcuilu®
Iron chlorin e6
Regulate plant growth
Chengdu Kelilong
Biyi®
Brassin
Regulate plant growth
Mindleader
Nematicide
Nimitz®
Fluensulfone
Nematode
ADAMA
Soil conditioner
Sega Yibao
Fungi
Improve soil flora ecology
Zhejiang Sega
Nematicide / bacterial fertilizer
 
Xianfei
Organic matter, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, potassium fulvate, etc.
Nematode
Guangdong ZhenGe


 
This article will be published in the upcoming magazine 2020 China Pesticide Suppliers Guide



 
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