Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Bayer’s First Chinese Seed Treatment Application Center Opens

CCM International has published the latest issue of Crop Protection China News on November 30th , 2011, presenting that Bayer CropScience (China) sets up its first Seed Treatment Application Center in China on 10 Nov., 2011, the seventh one of Bayer CropScience in the world.

Bayer’s first Chinese seed treatment application center is located in Haidian District, Beijing City, with the most advanced seed processing equipments and detection measures. It is considered to be a bond among R&D of new seed processing products, marketing and seed customers, including the services of customer support & training, tailored technical solutions, etc.

Seed treatment agent is one of the most important products in agricultural production. The registration fee of a compound seed treatment agent reaches USD78,740.16 (RMB500,000), which blocks the entering of small-sized pesticide players.

There is a great prospect of seed treatment agent in China. At present, there are over 400 seed treatment agent players in China. The annual increment speed of the total sales volume has reached 10% in recent years. Bayer and other international pesticide enterprises have also engaged in this field for many years.

With the fast growing market of seed treatment agent in China, it’s necessary for international crop protection giants to enter China's market with high quality products, for example, Bayer CropScience's Gaucho (70% imidacloprid), Sygenta's Dividend (difenoconazole) and Celest (fludioxonil).

The above is extracted from CCM International’s Crop Protection China News. More information about Bayer’s first Chinese seed treatment application center, please contact us at econtact@cnchemicals.com.

Headline News of Crop Protection China News 1122:
-Bayer CropScience (China) sets up its first Seed Treatment Application Center in China on 10 Nov., 2011.
-Jiangsu Huifeng plans to change some of its IPO projects due to the prediction of great cost pressure in the future operation.
-Production accident occurs in Nantong Jiangshan again on 10 Nov., 2011 and it is the third accident in the company in the past four months.
-China decides to exempt 22 kinds of administrative and institutional taxes for small-sized enterprises in the next three years.
-According to some experts, China may show its energetic support for the development of agricultural technology in the coming No.1 Central Document of 2012 in Jan. 2012.
-Rhizobium inoculant faces market promotion problems in China. It is predicted that large-scale promotion of the product can only be carried out in three to five years or even longer.
-Foshan Summit Fertilizer, jointly invested by Sumitomo and SODA, was put into operation on 7 Nov., 2011, and its urea-formaldehyde fertilizer capacity will reach 300,000t/a.
-Development of chlor-alkali industry sets off a surge of constructing plants of the intermediate of chloride pesticides.
-233 new pesticide registrations are approved  in Q3 2011, including ten new AIs.

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