Contents
About the author 7
Disclaimer 7
Executive Summary 9

Chapter 1: Introduction 9

Chapter 2: Non-crop pesticide markets 9

Chapter 3: Company profiles and portfolios 9

Chapter 4: Weed control 10

Chapter 5: Disease control 11

Chapter 6: Control of insects and other pests 11

Chapter 7: Plant growth regulation 12

Chapter 8: Formulations for non-crop pesticides 12

1. Introduction 14
1.1 Summary 14
1.2 Introduction 14
1.3 Scope 14
1.4 Markets 15
1.5 Companies 15
1.6 Products 16
1.7 Formulations 16
1.8 Regulation 16
1.8.1 Europe 16
1.8.2 USA 18
1.8.3 OECD 18
1.8.4 Glyphosate toxicity controversy 18
1.9 Associations, etc. 20

2. Non-crop pesticide markets 21
2.1 Summary 21
2.2 Introduction 21
2.3 Overall market value 22
2.4 Drivers of market growth 23
2.5 Market segmentation 23
2.6 Market sectors 24
2.6.1 Aquatic 24
2.6.2 Forestry 24
2.6.3 Home & Garden 25
2.6.4 Industrial Vegetation Management 25
2.6.5 Pest Control Operations 26
2.6.6 Public Health 27
2.6.7 Timber preservation 28
2.6.8 Turf & Ornamentals 28
2.6.8.1 Turf 29
2.6.8.2 Ornamentals 29
2.7 Biopesticides in non-crop markets 30
2.8 References and resources 31

3. Company profiles and portfolios 33
3.1 Summary 33
3.2 Introduction 33
3.3 Adama 34
3.4 AMVAC 41
3.5 Arysta LifeScience 42
3.6 BASF 43
3.7 Bayer 48
3.8 Dow 56
3.9 DuPont 59
3.10 FMC 61
3.11 Gowan 64
3.12 Monsanto 65
3.13 Oxitec 66
3.14 PBI Gordon 67
3.15 Nufarm 70
3.16 S C Johnson 76
3.17 Scotts Miracle-Gro 77
3.18 Syngenta 80
3.19 Valent 86
3.20 Valent BioSciences 89
3.21 References and resources 90

4. Weed control 91
4.1 Summary 91
4.2 Introduction 92
4.3 Industrial Vegetation Management 92
4.3.1 Key targets 92
4.3.2 Key products 93
4.3.3 New developments 93
4.4 Aquatic 94
4.4.1 Key targets 94
4.4.2 Key products 94
4.5 Turf & Ornamentals 95
4.5.1 Key targets 95
4.5.1.1 Turf grasses 95
4.5.1.2 Weeds 96
4.5.2 Key products 96
4.5.3 New developments 99
4.6 Forestry 100
4.6.1 Key targets 100
4.6.2 Key products 100
4.7 Home & Garden 101
4.8 References and resources 101

5. Disease control 103
5.1 Summary 103
5.2 Introduction 103
5.3 Key targets 104
5.3.1 Diseases of turf grasses 104
5.3.1.1 Turf grasses 104
5.3.1.2 Turf diseases 104
5.3.2 Diseases of ornamentals 106
5.4 Key products 107
5.4.1 Established active ingredients 107
5.4.2 New active ingredients 107
5.4.3 Active ingredient properties 108
5.4.4 Biofungicides 110
5.4.4.1 New developments 110
5.5 References and resources 111

6. Control of insects and other pests 112
6.1 Summary 112
6.2 Introduction 112
6.3 Key targets 113
6.3.1 Ants 113
6.3.2 Termites 113
6.3.3 Cockroaches 114
6.3.4 Mosquitoes 114
6.3.5 Turf pests 115
6.3.6 Insect pests of ornamentals 115
6.3.7 Insect pests in forestry 117
6.4 Key products 117
6.4.1 Established active ingredients 117
6.4.2 New active ingredients 118
6.4.3 Insecticides for mosquito nets 119
6.4.4 Bioinsecticides, bio and repellents 119
6.5 Rodents and Rodenticides 120
6.6 References and resources 123

7. Plant growth regulation 124
7.1 Summary 124
7.2 Introduction 124
7.3 Key targets 125
7.3.1 Turf 125
7.3.2 Ornamentals 125
7.4 Key products 125
7.5 References and resources 127

8. Formulations for non-crop pesticides 128
8.1 Summary 128
8.2 Introduction 129
8.3 Aerosols 129
8.4 Baits 130
8.5 Dusts and powders 131
8.6 Exosect’s Entostat powder 131
8.7 Fogs and mists 132
8.8 Mosquito nets 132
8.9 Smoke generators 132
8.10 Water soluble sachets 132
8.11 References and resources 133
Appendix 1 Abbreviations 134