1 INTRODUCTION 21
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 21
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 21
1.3 STUDY SCOPE 22
1.4 INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS 23
1.5 PERIODIZATION CONSIDERED 24
1.6 CURRENCY CONSIDERED 25
1.7 STAKEHOLDERS 25

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 26
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 26
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 27
2.1.1.1 Key Data from Secondary Sources 27
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 27
2.1.2.1 Key Data from Primary Sources 28
2.1.2.2 Breakdown of Primaries 28
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 29
2.2.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 29
2.2.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 30
2.3 MARKET BREAKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 31
2.4 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS & LIMITATIONS 32
2.4.1 ASSUMPTIONS 32
2.4.2 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY 33

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 34

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 38
4.1 OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET 38
4.2 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY TYPE 38
4.3 SOUTH AMERICA: BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY KEY COUNTRY & CROP TYPE 39
4.4 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY ORGANISM TYPE & REGION 40
4.5 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET: MAJOR REGIONAL SUBMARKETS 40

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 41
5.1 INTRODUCTION 41
5.2 MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS 41
5.2.1 GROWTH IN ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES 41
5.2.2 INCREASE IN ORGANIC FARM AREA 42
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5.3 MARKET DYNAMICS 43
5.3.1 DRIVERS 44
5.3.1.1 Increase in pest resurgence and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) measures 44
5.3.1.2 Growth in acceptance for organic food 44
5.3.1.3 Awareness programs by government agencies 45
5.3.1.4 Huge crop loss due to invasive pest attacks 46
5.3.1.5 High costs associated with the development of synthetic crop protection products 46
5.3.2 RESTRAINTS 47
5.3.2.1 Short shelf life of bioinsecticides 47
5.3.2.2 Poor infrastructure & high initial investment required for storage and transport of bioinsecticides 47
5.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES 48
5.3.3.1 High growth in bio-control seed treatment solutions 48
5.3.3.2 Providing customized solutions targeted toward specific pests 48
5.3.3.3 Growth opportunities in developing regions such as Asia Pacific and South America 49
5.3.4 CHALLENGES 50
5.3.4.1 Counterfeit products in developing countries 50
5.3.4.2 Lack of awareness and low utilization of bioinsecticides 50
5.4 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 51
5.4.1 NORTH AMERICA 51
5.4.1.1 US 51
5.4.1.1.1 The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) 52
5.4.1.1.2 The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA)and the Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA) 52
5.4.1.1.3 Pesticide Registration Improvement Extension Act (PRIA 3), 2012 52
5.4.1.1.4 Biopesticide Registration 53
5.4.2 EUROPE 53
5.4.2.1 ?uropean Union 53
5.4.2.1.1 Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the council of 21 October 2009 54
5.4.2.1.2 Scope 54
5.4.2.1.3 Active Substances: Requirements and Conditions for Approval 55
5.4.3 ASIA PACIFIC 56
5.4.3.1 India 56
5.4.3.2 China 56
5.4.4 SOUTH AMERICA 57
5.4.4.1 Brazil 57
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5.5 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 57
5.5.1 COVID-19 IMPACT ON THE BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET 58
5.6 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 59
5.7 PATENT ANALYSIS 60

6 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY MODE OF APPLICATION 63
6.1 INTRODUCTION 64
6.2 SEED TREATMENT 65
6.2.1 SEED TREATMENT IS GAINING POPULARITY TO CONTROL SOILBORNE PESTS 65
6.3 SOIL TREATMENT 66
6.3.1 SOIL TREATMENT USED DURING EARLY STAGES OF PLANT GROWTH, TO PREVENT SOIL BORNE INSECT LARVAE ATTACK 66
6.4 FOLIAR SPRAY 67
6.4.1 FOLIAR SPRAY HAS BEEN THE PREFERRED APPLICATION IN ALL KEY CROPS 67
6.5 OTHER MODES OF APPLICATION 68
6.5.1 BIOINSECTICIDES ARE GAINING INTEREST FOR POST-HARVEST PROTECTION OF FRUITS & VEGETABLES 68

7 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY ORGANISM TYPE 69
7.1 INTRODUCTION 70
7.2 BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS 71
7.2.1 BT BIOINSECTICIDES ARE GAINING INTEREST AS POST-HARVEST PROTECTION FOR FRUITS & VEGETABLES 71
7.3 BEAUVERIA BASSIANA 72
7.3.1 B.BASSIANA IS USED TO CONTROL WHITEFLY, YELLOW STEM BORER, AND BROWN PLANT HOPPER 72
7.4 METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE 73
7.4.1 M.ANISOPLIAE MAKE AN EFFECTIVE TOOL TO CONTROL SPITTLE BUG IN SUGARCANE 73
7.5 VERTICILLIUM LECANII 74
7.5.1 THE FUNGUS HAS A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS ON VARIOUS CROPS 74
7.6 BACULOVIRUS 75
7.6.1 BACULOVIRUSES ARE EFFECTIVE IN IPM PROGRAMS 75
7.7 OTHER ORGANISM TYPE 76
7.7.1 NEMATODES ARE BEING RESEARCHED ON TO DEVELOP BIOINSECTICIDES 76

8 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY CROP TYPE 78
8.1 INTRODUCTION 79
8.2 CEREALS & GRAINS 80
8.2.1 BIOINSECTICIDES REDUCE CHEMICAL APPLICATION ON CEREAL CROPS BOTH DURING CULTIVATION AND STORAGE 80
8.3 OILSEEDS & PULSES 81
8.3.1 ADOPTION OF BEAUVERIA BASSIANA AND METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE HAS BEEN INCREASING FOR OILSEED CROPS IN CERTAIN REGIONS 81
8.4 FRUITS & VEGETABLES 82
8.4.1 ORGANIC FARMING OF HIGH-VALUE CROPS IS GAINING HIGH DEMAND 82
8.5 OTHER CROP TYPES 83
8.5.1 INCREASE IN THE TURF GROUNDS HAVE LATELY CREATED A MARKET FOR BIOLOGICAL INPUTS 83

9 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY TYPE 85
9.1 INTRODUCTION 86
9.2 MACROBIALS 87
9.2.1 LIMITED SHELF LIFE HINDERS THE GROWTH OF MACROBIALS 87
9.3 MICROBIALS 88
9.3.1 TARGET-SPECIFIC ACTION ON CROP-DAMAGING PESTS HAS BEEN A MAJOR ATTRIBUTE FOR MICROBIAL APPLICATION 88
9.4 OTHER TYPES 89
9.4.1 COLLECTIVE BENEFITS OF PROTECTION THROUGH PLANT EXTRACTS IS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR FOR PRODUCT RESEARCH AMONG MANUFACTURERS 89

10 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY FORMULATION 90
10.1 INTRODUCTION 91
10.2 DRY 92
10.2.1 DRY FORMULATIONS ARE SUITABLE FOR SOIL OR SEED TREATMENT 92
10.3 LIQUID 93
10.3.1 LIQUID FORMULATIONS REDUCE OCCUPATIONAL RISK AND ARE PREFERRED FOR BIOINSECTICIDES THAT ARE HOST-SPECIFIC 93

11 BIOINSECTICIDES MARKET, BY REGION 94
11.1 INTRODUCTION 95
11.2 NORTH AMERICA 96
11.2.1 US 101
11.2.1.1 Change in food habits is paving the way for organic products in the US 101
11.2.2 CANADA 102
11.2.2.1 Production of greenhouse ornamentals to drive the market in Canada 102
11.2.3 MEXICO 104
11.2.3.1 Bacillus and Beauveria species gaining demand among corn and vegetable growers in Mexico 104
11.3 EUROPE 105
11.3.1 FRANCE 108
11.3.1.1 Investment in biological control is driving the market in France 108
11.3.2 GERMANY 109
11.3.2.1 Public and private funds aid the growth of the biological segment in Germany 109
11.3.3 SPAIN 111
11.3.3.1 A positive trend of bioinsecticide application in controlling pest attacks on crops in Spain 111
11.3.4 ITALY 112
11.3.4.1 Ban of toxic pesticides in Italy has paved the way for bioinsecticides 112
11.3.5 UK 114
11.3.5.1 Changing consumer preferences is driving the bioinsecticides market 114
11.3.6 REST OF EUROPE 115
11.3.6.1 Favorable regulations drive the use of bioinsecticides in Rest of Europe 115
11.4 ASIA PACIFIC 116
11.4.1 CHINA 119
11.4.1.1 Food safety concerns have paved the way for subsidized biological products in China 119
11.4.2 INDIA 120
11.4.2.1 To minimize the toxic levels in the food chain, eco-friendly products are on the rise in India 120
11.4.3 JAPAN 122
11.4.3.1 Strong IPM involving biologicals has played an important role in the significant production of residue-free food in Japan 122
11.4.4 AUSTRALIA 123
11.4.4.1 Investment programs have boosted the introduction of advanced agricultural inputs in Australia 123
11.4.5 THAILAND 124
11.4.5.1 Global demand for crops such as rice has driven changes in agricultural policies in Thailand 124
11.4.6 INDONESIA 125
11.4.6.1 Adoption of IPM solutions created a strong demand base for pest control in Indonesia 125
11.4.7 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 127
11.4.7.1 Agriculture, being the main source of income, has boosted the demand for innovative agricultural products in Rest of Asia Pacific 127
11.5 SOUTH AMERICA 128
11.5.1 BRAZIL 132
11.5.1.1 The favorable regulatory mechanism is pushing the adoption of biocontrol products in Brazil 132
11.5.2 ARGENTINA 134
11.5.2.1 To maintain international export quality of produce in Argentina, the bioinsecticides market is booming 134
11.5.3 CHILE 135
11.5.3.1 Technological innovations to aid the control of crop pests in Chile 135
11.5.4 REST OF SOUTH AMERICA 136
11.5.4.1 Favorable market opportunities accelerate the growth in Rest of South America 136
11.6 REST OF THE WORLD 137
11.6.1 SOUTH AFRICA 140
11.6.1.1 Economic losses due to pest attack on crops are driving the South African bioinsecticides market 140
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11.6.2 OTHERS IN ROW 141
11.6.2.1 Export of residue-free agricultural produce is gaining demand 141
12 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 143
12.1 OVERVIEW 143
12.2 COMPANY RANKING 145
12.3 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 145
12.3.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 145
12.3.2 INNOVATORS 145
12.3.3 DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS 146
12.3.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 146
12.4 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 147
12.4.1 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES 147
12.4.2 EXPANSIONS & INVESTMENTS 148
12.4.3 ACQUISITIONS 149
12.4.4 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS 150

13 COMPANY PROFILES 151
(Business overview, Products offered, Recent Developments, SWOT analysis, Right to win)*
13.1 BASF SE 151
13.2 BAYER AG 154
13.3 SYNGENTA AG 157
13.4 MARRONE BIO INNOVATIONS 159
13.5 NOVOZYMES A/S 162
13.6 NUFARM 165
13.7 BIOBEST GROUP NV 167
13.8 SOM PHYTOPHARMA INDIA LTD 169
13.9 VALENT BIOSCIENCES LLC 170
13.10 KILPEST INDIA LTD 172
13.11 ANDERMATT BIOCONTROL AG 173
13.12 INTERNATIONAL PANAACEA LTD 175
13.13 BIOWORKS INC. 176
13.14 KAN BIOSYS 178
13.15 FUTURECO BIOSCIENCE S.A. 179
13.16 BIOSAFE SYSTEMS 180
13.17 CERTIS USA LLC 181
13.18 VESTARON CORPORATION 183
13.19 SDS BIOTECH K.K 184
13.20 CAMSON BIOTECHNOLOGIES LTD 185
*Details on Business overview, Products offered, Recent Developments, SWOT analysis, Right to win might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

14 APPENDIX 186
14.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 186
14.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE 190
14.3 RELATED REPORTS 192
14.4 AUTHOR DETAILS 193