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2019 Overview of Global Registered or Launched Pesticides and Analysis of Key Varieties

In 2019, the global pesticide market was revived and the industry was gradually revitalized. According to the latest statistics of Phillips McDougall, the global crop protection (based on distributor data) reached US$57.561 billion in 2018, up 6% year on year (Y-o-Y), the non-agricultural market reached $7.538 billion, up 3.1% Y-o-Y, and the overall market totaled to $65.099 billion, up 5.6% Y-o-Y. After squeezing out the effects of inflation and currency exchange, the real growth rate of the global pesticide market was 4.9%, an improvement over the figure of 2.5% in 2017. However, it is still hard for us to ignore an embarrassing fact, that the development of new active ingredients for pesticides is becoming increasingly difficult, which is now an indisputable consensus in the agrochemical industry.
 
By solving basic problems one by one, new application requirements have been continuously raised, such as resistance management, safety and environment-friendliness, product utilization rate improvement and biodiversity protection. In such a context, it becomes increasingly difficult to find new pesticide ingredients, resulting in lower efficiency, requiring more time and higher costs in terms of new product research and development. Then, the overall life cycle of a product is prolonged. Currently, it takes an average of 11 years for a new active ingredient to be commercialized since its development and cost can be as high as $286 million, which is 55% higher than over 10 years ago. To this end, from the perspective of the global pesticide industry chain, multinational companies will continue to dominate the market by developing new formulations, new technologies and other innovative mechanisms to control the registration and sales channels of pesticide products.
 
In this article, we will review some major events in the global pesticide community in 2019 by sorting out the newly registered or launched key pesticide varieties prefaced by several key words.
 
Key word: Fall Armyworm
 
Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) is a lepidopteran pest that can harm more than 80 varieties of plants. It usually feeds on the leaves and stems of crops on a large scale, harming corn, rice, sorghum, sugarcane and commercial crops such as vegetables and cotton. Fall Armyworm, a major transboundary migratory pest in agriculture, which the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has issued global warnings about, is now found in nearly 100 countries.
 
Fall Armyworm entered Yunnan and Guangxi of China from Southeast Asia at the beginning of 2019 and is now found in 18 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), posing a serious threat to China’s agricultural and food production safety. In light of this, there was no registered pesticide to prevent and control the pest in China; the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs proposed 25 kinds of pesticide products for emergency use, including, among others, single formulations such as Emamectin Benzoate, Indoxacarb, Chlorantraniliprole, Pyrethroid, Acephate and other chemical pesticides; Bombyx mori nuclear polyhedrosis virus (BmNPV), Bacillus thuringiensis and other biological pesticides, and Fall Armyworm pheromone lures) and combined formulations such as Emamectin Benzoate + Indoxacarb, Emamectin Benzoate + Lambda-cyhalothrin, and Chlorantraniliprole + Lambda-cyhalothrin.
 
Latin America, Africa, India and other places have been invaded by the Fall Armyworm and they have a lot of experience in fighting against the pest. In Latin America, Acephate is currently an effective pesticide registered to control the Fall Armyworm. It is shown in practice that among the many traditional pesticide ingredients, Acephate has a very prominent control effect. Only 1.12kg of Acephate is needed for each hectare of cultivated land to achieve the best control effect.
 
According to other practices, Chlorantraniliprole is also one of the most effective pesticides against the Fall Armyworm. Other varieties with similar activity such as Cyantraniliprole and Novaluron are also of single formulation with good efficacy. It is shown that the overall effect after seven days at 0.088 kg/ha is the same as Chlorantraniliprole, better than other pesticides.
 
To tackle the Fall Armyworm attack in India, Corteva Agriscience launched Delegate, a broad-spectrum insecticide, containing Spinetoram 11.7% SC, in July 2019. The product had been approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare to help corn farmers address the new, fast-spreading pest attack. Corteva said in a statement, “It is effective against target insects at a very low usage, without causing too much harm to beneficial insects.” The active ingredient, Spinetoram, has been accepted for review and registration under the Reduced Risk Pesticide Program by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
 
Embrapa, a Brazilian agricultural research company, introduced a new biocontrol product for the effective control of the Fall Armyworm. A bioinsecticide, VirControl S.f. [Baculovirus Fall Armyworm multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus (SfMNPV)], developed in partnership with the company, Simbiose, was launched on April 24, 2019, during the 46th anniversary of Embrapa. For the 2019/2020 season, Embrapa will launch the BaculoMIP-Sf bioinsecticide, made with another Baculovirus strain, in partnership with Promip. These bioinsecticides contain an active ingredient, which is an effective virus for the control of the Fall Armyworm. Biosafety tests have proved that these viruses do not cause harm to microorganisms, plants, vertebrates and other invertebrates that are not insects. The safety of Baculovirus insecticides, combined with the ease of handling, makes these products one of the best biological control agents available to farmers and creates more options of bioproducts for them.
 
Keyun Biocontrol's (a well-known Chinese biopesticide company) Fall Army-Lure received a special emergency registration in Bangladesh in June 2019 to help Bangladeshi farmers control the Fall Armyworm. “The Fall Armyworm population is unprecedented in Bangladeshi agriculture,” said Yingjie Zhou, Global Marketing Director of Keyun Biocontrol. “The field trial results indicated that Fall Army-Lure has proved to be an effective pheromone product with the highest trap catches compared with other competitive products. The Fall Army-Lure can not only be used as a monitoring measure to detect the first activity of the Fall Armyworm moths, providing the optimal spray time for conventional control measures, but can also be used as mass trapping for the control of the Fall Armyworm, thus significantly decreasing its population.”
 
Key word: Mefentrifluconazole
 
Mefentrifluconazole is the first novel IPA triazole fungicide discovered, developed and released by BASF, which fills the gap of zero release of a new triazole fungicide over the last 10-odd years, expected to become BASF’s blockbuster fungicide towards a sale of 1 billion euros. Till date, BASF has filed registrations with some 60 countries across Europe, Asia and America covering applications to over 40 crops.
 
The fungicide innovation, Revysol® (mefentrifluconazole), is the first novel IPA-triazole fungicide, developed and released by BASF, which fills the gap of zero release of a new triazole fungicide over the last 10-odd years. It has the potential of reaching peak sales above €1 billion. It features a broad spectrum, high safety, superior control effect, high systemic activity and lasting effect. Revysol® is expected to become an important tool for efficient disease control and will be used to slow down the development of fungicide resistance. It is praised as a new milestone of fungicide resistance management. The company has started the production of Revysol® at its site in Hannibal. With an investment running into tens of millions of euros, BASF has enhanced the existing manufacturing system to pave the way for the launch of mefentrifluconazole globally.
 
Revysol is highly effective against important diseases in cereal crops, such as Septoria tritici and rusts in wheat or Ramularia in barley. BASF is applying for registrations covering over 40 crops such as oilseed rape, corn, fruits, grapes and vegetables. In addition, BASF also plans to introduce a new Revysol-based seed treatment agent to be marketed under the Relenya™ brand, which is expected to be approved by the U.S. regulatory authority in 2021 and then registered in other regions. To date, BASF has applied for registration in more than 60 countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas, covering over 40 crops. The product was gradually launched globally since 2019.
 
Revysol is expected to become BASF’s new global blockbuster fungicide with sales targeted to potentially reach above €1 billion. Revysol has received registrations in the EU, the Americas, and South Korea, with further registrations in Asia Pacific anticipated soon. The active ingredient will be available in customized formulations to enable farmers worldwide to better protect their crops under various growing conditions. Revysol is available in several customized products, including the Veltyma™ fungicide in corn; the Revytek™ fungicide in soybeans; the Provysol™ fungicide in potatoes, sugar beets and peanuts; and the Cevya® fungicide in grapes, almonds, pome and stone fruits. 
 
“This is very positive news for the farming sector,” said Michael Wagner, BASF’s business director of agricultural solutions. He added, “Revysol’s authorization comes at a critical time in what is widely regarded as an increasingly challenging regulatory and disease control environment. It shows outstanding field performance in both curative and long-lasting preventative situations, delivering a new level of disease control compared to existing azoles fungicides. It represents an important, stable mode of action in the market.” It is expected that Revysol® (Mefentrifluconazole) will be available in the Chinese market in 2020, further ensuring BASF’s leading position in fungicide innovation. Looking forward, it is predicted that this milestone product, Revysol, will be as important as Epoxiconazole, launched in 1994.
 
Key word: Pydiflumetofen

Pydiflumetofen (trade names: Adepidyn, etc.) are succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors (SDHI) developed by Syngenta. It is also the company's fourth SDHI fungicide introduced successfully after Isopyrazam, Sedaxane and Benzovindiflupyr, and a product with great growth potential.
 
On December 28, 2019, Syngenta held a product release ceremony for its fungicide, Miravis® DUO, which contains Pydiflumetofen, a new-generation SDHI fungicidal ingredient, marking the start of reshaping China's fungicide market pattern. Pydiflumetofen is a new pesticide active ingredient for the Chinese market, though it has been in the international market for three years.
 
"Scientists at Syngenta discovered Pydiflumetofen firstly from more than 9,000 compounds in 2008 and were amazed by its extended spectrum and high activity. After nearly 10 years of research, development, screening and testing, Pydiflumetofen was first registered in Argentina in 2016. It was approved in 14 countries in 2018 and the figure rose to 30 in 2019. As a new generation of SDHI fungicide, Pydiflumetofen is sweeping the world and changing the industry pattern!" said Baoying Zhang, manager of Syngenta SDHI and the new fungicide product line. "SDHI occupies 7% of the market share in the current fungicide market, and there is still great growth potential. However, Pydiflumetofen is the best one, with breakthroughs in both the compound itself and the formulation development. In short, Pydiflumetofen is bound to be an epoch-making fungicide!" he added.
 
More than 20 years ago, Syngenta launched its last epochal patented fungicide, Azoxystrobin, which is contributing over $1 billion to the sales revenue of the company every year. And now, the total sales have exceeded $20 billion. Syngenta expects the annual global sales of Pydiflumetofen to reach $1 billion in the future.
 
Key word: Creations by KingAgroot
 
In December 2019, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People's Republic of China announced the list of the “13th Batch of Pesticide Products to be Approved for Registration”, comprising 17 products based on six new active ingredients, four of which are firstly registered in China, where the most number of new products have been debuting since the adoption of a new pesticide registration policy in China. Included in the list are six pesticide products containing two new active ingredients, Tripyrasulfone and Fenpyrozone, independently developed by KingAgroot, a Chinese agrochemical company.
 
Tripyrasulfone is a brand new patented compound, which is also the world’s first HPPD inhibitor herbicide that can be safely applied to the post-emergent stem and leaf treatment of paddy fields to control grassy weeds. With the launch of paddy field herbicides, “Daoyu®”, “Daoguying®” and “Jingjie®”, with Tripyrasulfone as the active ingredient, in the spring of 2020, they will function to clear obstacles and guarantee rice planting in China maintains a high and stable yield.
 
Fenpyrazone is the third generation of the HPPD inhibitor herbicide created by KingAgroot for corn planting. Due to its new chemical structure containing fluorine, compared with previous generations of HPPD inhibitors, Fenpyrazone has a more balanced herbicidal spectrum with a more stable effect. It has no cross resistance for green foxtail, crabgrass, barnyard grass and the like, which are resistant to Nicosulfuron, and it is very safe for corn crops. It is an excellent tool for the management of ALS inhibitor resistant weeds. The cornfield herbicide products, “Jinyuying®” and “Jinwenyu®”, with Fenpyrazone as the active ingredient, will be introduced in the spring of 2020.
 
On September 10, 2019, “Fulvancaozhi”, a new generation of patented compounds for the non-selective herbicide developed by KingAgroot, was officially named by the National Pesticide Standardization Technical Committee, paving the way for the company’s non-selective herbicide to move from the research and development pipeline to commercialization. This is another major breakthrough for KingAgroot after the registration of Cypyrafluone, Bipyrazone, Tripyrasulfone, and Fenpyrazone. It is also one of the six new patented compounds for herbicides to be introduced by KingAgroot in the next five years. With the gradual ban of paraquat and glyphosate and the growing problem of weed resistance, it is possible for “Fulvancaozhi”, a new generation of synthetic hormone non-selective herbicide, to become the most novel solution in the global herbicide market.
 
In 2018, the patented herbicide compounds, Cypyrafluone and Bipyrazone, of KingAgroot, applicable to wheat fields, were registered and introduced in the market. With the launch of Tripyrasulfone and Fenpyrozone for rice and corn in 2020, KingAgroot will provide weed resistance solutions for the planting of rice, corn and wheat, which are the most important food crops in China and the world, in the next 20 years.

Pesticides registered or launched in 2019

Company

Trade Name

Active Ingredient(s)

Use

Status

Herbicides

Syngenta

Callisto

Mesotrione

Wheat and barley

Registered in Australia

Premazor Turbo

Glyphosate + Diflufenican

Ornamentals

Launched in Spain

Zetrola

Zetrola

Ornamentals

Launched in Spain

Acuron Flexi

Bicyclopyrone + Mesotrione
+ S-Metolachlor

Corn

Launched in Canada

Tavium Plus VaporGrip

Dicamba + S-Metolachlor

Soybean and cotton

Registered in USA

Axial Bold

Pinoxaden + Fenoxaprop

Cereal

Launched in USA

Tavium plus VaporGrip

Dicamba + S-Metolachlor

Soybean

Registered in Canada

Corteva

Agixa

Florpyrauxifen - benzyl + Cyhalofop-butyl

Rice

Registered in Turkey

Baxiga

Florpyrauxifen - benzyl + Penoxsulam

Rice

Registered in Turkey

Rinskor

Florpyrauxifen - benzyl

Rice

Registered in EU

Loyant

Florpyrauxifen - benzyl

Rice

Launched in Brazil

LoyantNovlect

Florpyrauxifen - benzyl

Rice

Launched in Indonesia

DuraCor

Florpyrauxifen - benzyl

Rangeland

Launched in USA

BASF

Luximax

Cinmethylin

Wheat

Registered in Australia

Aura

Profoxydim

Rice and wheat

Launched in Brazil

Zidua

Pyroxasulfone + Saflufenacil

Corn

Launched in Argentina

Nufarm

Weedar Full

2,4-D

-

Launched in Argentina

Cheetah Pro

Glufosinate

Lawn and ornamentals

Registered in USA

UPL

KOMODO

S-Metolachlor

Corn, soybean, dry bean
and horticulture crops

Registered in Canada

Trunfo

Glufosinate

Cotton

Launched in Brazil

Lifeline

Glufosinate

Cassava

Launched in Nigeria

BATALIUM

Flucarbazone - sodium + Fluroxypyr
+ MCPA + Bromoxynil

Wheat

Registered in Canada

INFERNO TRIO 

Flucarbazone + Florasulam + Carfentrazone

Wheat

Launched in Canada

KingAgroot

Jinyuying, Jinwenyu

Fenpyrazone

Corn

Registered in China

Daoyu, Daoguying, Jingjie

Tripyrasulfone

Rice

Registered in China

Belchim

Jura

Prosulfocarb + Diflufenican

Wheat, barley, rye and triticale

Launched in Belgium

Beloukha

Pelargonic acid

Lawn and ornamentals

Registered in USA

AGM

Weizen

2,4-D

Soybean

Launched in Argentina

OHP

Fuerte

Flumioxazin + Prodiamine

Ornamentals

Launched in USA

Rotam

Freno 160 EC

Clethodim

Soybean

Launched in Brazil

Farm Hannong

Critel

Metamifop

Rice

Launched in India

Flexo

Flucetosulfuron

Rice

Launched in Philippines

Terrad’or

Tiafenacil

Rice

Launched in Sri Lanka

Albaugh

MesoCore

Mesotrione + Clopyralid

Corn

Registered in USA

Biosafe Systems

AXXE

Ammonium Nonanoate

Vegetables, fruits, nursery crops
and greenhouse crops

Registered in Canada

Sumitomo

Brucia

Tolpyralate

Corn

Launched in Argentina

Maslao

Imazosulfuron + Pyriminobac - methyl

Rice

Launched in Japan

Jiangsu Polychem

Qiuyi

Isoproturon + Pretilachlor
+ Halosulfuron - methyl

Wheat

Launched in China

AMVAC

Assure II

Quizalofop-p-ethyl

Canola, cotton, chickpea,
dry bean and so on

Launched in USA

Sipcam

Coastal

Imazaquin + Prodiamine + Simazine

Lawn

Registered in USA

Bayer

Esplanade

Indaziflam

Rangeland

Launched in USA

Provence Total

Indaziflam + Isoxaflutole

Sugarcane

Launched in Brazil

Kesai Eagrow

Jiujiuhong

Halosulfuron - methyl + Ametryn

Sugarcane

Launched in China

Ourofino

PonteiroBR

Sulfentrazone

Tobacco

Launched in Brazil

Templo

Glyphosate

Soybean, corn, cotton, sugarcane,
coffee and citrus crops

Launched in Brazil

ADAMA

AGIL

Propaquizafop

Soybean, cotton and potato

Launched in China

Tide

VextaMitron

Metamitron

Sugar beet

Registered in EU

PBI-Gordon

Vexis

Pyrimisulfan

Lawn

Registered in USA

Valent

Fierce MTZ

Metribuzin

-

Launched in USA

Prentiss

Camp-D

2,4-D+Picloram

Rangeland

Launched in Brazil

Fungicides

Syngenta

Switch One

Fludioxonil

Horticultural crops

Launched in Spain

Posterity

Pydiflumetofen

Lawn

Registered in USA

Orondis Gold

Metalaxyl-M + Oxathiapiprolin

Potato

Launched in Canada

Miravis Ace

Pydiflumetofen + Propiconazole

Wheat

Launched in USA

Saltro

Pydiflumetofen

Soybean

Registered in USA

Miravis

Pydiflumetofen + Difenoconazole

Wheat and rape

Launched in China

BASF

Revysol

Mefentrifluconazole

Field crops, fruits and
golf course turf

Registered in Canada

Revysol

Mefentrifluconazole

Wheat, barley, triticale, oats
and spelled

Registered in France

Belanty

Mefentrifluconazole

Rice

Launched in Columbia

MaxtimaNavicon Intrinsic

Mefentrifluconazole

Lawn

Launched in USA

Revysol

Mefentrifluconazole

Corn, soybean, grape, potato
and sugar beet

Registered in USA

Revysol

Mefentrifluconazole

Wheat and barley

Registered in UK

Revysol

Mefentrifluconazole

Cereals

Registered in EU

Revystar

Mefentrifluconazole + Fluxapyroxad

Cereals

Registered in New Zealand

Imtrex Flowable

Fluxapyroxad

Field crops

Launched in Japan

Dagonis

Difenoconazole + Fluxapyroxad

Cereals, soybean, corn, rape
and greenhouse crops

Launched in Spain

Priaxor

Pyraclostrobin + Fluxapyroxad

Corn

Launched in China

Seltima

Pyraclostrobin

Rice

Launched in Thailand

UPL

Evito

Fluoxastrobin + Tebuconazole

Oat, rye and triticale

Registered in Canada

Tridium

Mancozeb + Tebuconazole + Azoxystrobin

Wheat and barley

Launched in Argentina

Evito T

Fluoxastrobin + Tebuconazole

Cereals, vegetables and fruits

Launched in China

ZOLERA FX

Fluoxastrobin + Tetraconazole

Wheat

Registered in USA

Isagro

Zaltus

Fluindapyr + Tetraconazole

Cereals, soybean, rice,
vegetables and fruits

Registered in Paraguay

Suli

Flyee

Fluazinam

Potato and tomato

Registered in Brazil

ADAMA

ARMERO

Prothioconazole + Mancozeb

Soybean

Launched in Paraguay

CAC Group

-

Azoxystrobin

-

Registered in Brazil

Ourofino

Nillus

Chlorothalonil

Peanuts, soybean, wheat,
rice, beans, fruits and vegetables

Launched in Brazil

Sentay Chem

Kapa

Epoxiconazole + Pyraclostrobin

Banana, orange, wheat,
corn and peanut

Launched in China

Vive

Xyler FC

Metalaxyl

Potato

Launched in USA

Belchim

Faxer

Prochloraz

Wheat, oat, triticale and rye

Launched in Belgium

ReLoad

Mono- and Di-basic sodium, potassium + Ammonium phosphite

Vegetables and beans

Registered in USA

Sumitomo

Leimay

Amisulbrom

Soybean and potato

Launched in Argentina

Bayer

iblon technology

Isoflucypram

Wheat, barley, triticale
and ryegrass

Registered in New Zealand

Cripton Xpro

Bixafen + Prothioconazole + Trifloxystrobin

Wheat and barley

Launched in Chile

Certis

Frupica

Mepanipyrim

Cucumber

Registered in UK

Rallis India

Ayaan

Kresoxim-methyl + Hexaconazole

Rice

Launched in India

Pilarquim

ACTICY

Cyazofamid + Cymoxanil

Vegetables, potato, tomato
and tobacco

Launched in Dominica

ACTIVPRO

Propiconazole + Azoxystrobin

Coffee, mango, banana
and tomato

Launched in Nigaragua

SUPERACTIV

Clothianidin + Lambda-Cyhalothrin

Vegetables, fruits and
fields crops

Launched in Dominica

PILARDIFEN

Difenoconazole

Tomato and potato

Launched in Brazil

Dolphin

Thiophanate-methyl

Soybean, cotton, banana,
tomato, citrus and corn

Launched in Brazil

Nortox

Mancozeb Nortox

Mancozeb

Rice, coffee, beans, fruits
and vegetables

Launched in Brazil

FMC

Lucento

Flutriafol+Bixafen

Corn, soybean, peanuts, sugar beet and wheat

Launched in USA

Rubric Max

Azoxystrobin + Epoxiconazole

Soybean

Launched in Argentina

Hailir

Shuangjia

Metalaxyl-M + Flumorph

Vegetables and flowers

Launched in China

Liangjie

Prothioconazole + Carbendazim

Wheat

Launched in China

Lijian

Prothioconazole

Wheat

Registered in EU

Tradecorp

Boltex C

Metalaxyl + Copper hydroxide

Potato, eggplant and
tomato

Registered in Spain

Sino-Agri

Aifeite

Penthiopyrad

Vegetables and fruits

Launched in China

ALFA Smart Agro

ArtisPlus

Myclobutanil + Tebuconazole
+ Thiophanate-methyl

Sunflower

Launched in Ukraine

Cantaris

Thiamethoxam + Prochloraz+Flutriafol

Cereals

Launched in Ukraine

Sipcam

Kebina

Penthiopyrad

Cucumber and grape

Launched in China

CropChem

Kazan Max

Mancozeb

Soybean

Launched in Brazil

Anhui JiuYi

Jiu Yao Jiu

Prothioconazole

Wheat, rice, rape, peanut,
beans and tomato

Launched in China

PBI-Gordon

Union

Azoxystrobin + Cyazofamid

Lawn

Launched in USA

Nufarm

Tamiz

Azoxystrobin + Tebuconazole

Corn, wheat, beans
and coffee

Launched in Brazil

STK

REGEV

Tea Tree Oil + Difenoconazole

Rice

Registered in Philippines

Insecticides

Syngenta

Jianxin

Chlorantraniliprole

Lawn and sweet potato

Registered in China

Affirm

Emamectin benzoate

Ornamentals and
horticultural flowers

Launched in Spain

Agrimec

Abamectin

Ornamentals and
horticultural flowers

Launched in Spain

Evure

Tau-fluvalinate

Ornamentals and
horticultural flowers

Launched in Spain

Karate Zeon

Lambda-cyhalothrin

Ornamentals and
horticultural flowers

Launched in Spain

Trigard

Cyromazine

Ornamentals and
horticultural flowers

Launched in Spain

Advion WDG

Indoxacarb

-

Launched in USA

Durivo

Thiamethoxam + Chlorantraniliprole

Coffee

Launched in Brazil

Sipcam

Trebon

Etofenprox

Stone fruits

Registered in Australia

BASF

Vedira

Broflanilide

Vegetables, potato, soybean,
cotton, corn and beans

Registered in Australia

Ventigra

Afidopyropen

Ornamentals

Launched in USA

Ihara

Dinotefuran

Dinotefuran

Soybean, sugar cane
and coffee

Registered in Brazil

Insecticides India

Kunoichi

Cyenopyrafen

Pepper and apple

Launched in India

Bayer

Annihilator PolyZone

Deltamethrin

Ornamentals, food crops,
industrial oilseed crops
and turf

Registered in Canada

Sivanto Prime

Flupyradifurone

Vegetables and
garden crops

Launched in Italy

Vive

Midac FC

Imidacloprid

Potato and sugar beet

Registered in USA

Averland FC

Abamectin

Corn and potato

Registered in USA

Sumitomo

Matsuri

Esfenvalerate + Bifenthrin + Abamectin

Potato

Launched in Argentina

Corteva

Transform WG

Sulfoxaflor

Corn and alfalfa

Registered in USA

Qintianzhu

Triflumezopyrim + Cyantraniliprole

Rice

Launched in China

Delegate

Spinetoram

Corn

Launched in India

Rallis India

Zygant

Flubendiamide

Rice

Launched in India

Nissan Chemical

GRACIA

Fluxametamide

Vegetables and tea

Launched in Japan

ADAMA

Comissario

Diafenthiuron + Bifenthrin

Cotton, beans, corn,
melon, tomato and wheat

Registered in Brazil

Lingshan

Buprofezin

Rice, fruits, vegetables
and tea

Launched in China

UPL

Leize

Spirotetramat

-

Launched in China

ALFA Smart Agro

Syntac

Hexythiazox + Abamectin

-

Launched in Ukraine

Cropchem

Taura 200 EC

Pyriproxyfen

Soybean, cotton, tomato
and orange

Registered in Brazil

Noposion

AiJia

TriflumezopyrimChlorantraniliprole

Rice

Launched in China

Seed treatments

Bayer

EverGol Energy

Penflufen + Prothioconazole + Metalaxyl

Wheat, barley, triticale and oat

Launched in Australia

Routine Start

Trifloxystrobin+Isotianil

Rice

Launched in China

BASF

ILeVO

Fluopyram

Oilseed rape

Launched in Australia

Helena

Seed Shield Max Beans

Mefenoxam + Thiamethoxam + Fludioxonil
+ Sedaxane + Azoxystrobin

Soybean

Launched in USA

Fastand

Harpin αβ Protein

Corn

Launched in USA

Ihara

CERTEZA N

Thiophanate-methyl + Fluazinam

Corn and soybean

Launched in Brazil

Syngenta

CruiserMaxx Vibrance

Thiamethoxam + Mefenoxam
+ Fludioxonil + Sedaxane

Potato

Launched in USA

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