Special Report: Crop Science New Generics 2020
New report profiles major actives coming off patent over the next five years
IHS Markit Crop Science's New Generics 2020 is a guide to important herbicide, fungicide and insecticide active ingredients coming off patent (key patents covering the active ingredient per se, i.e. composition of matter) over the period between 2019 and 2025.
Active ingredients included are registered either in the European Union or in the US, or both.
The report comprises profiles covering 12 herbicides, 14 fungicides, 7 insecticides and 1 nematicide. Formulation, patents, use, registrations and markets are given for each AI.
The herbicides covered are aminocyclopyrachlor, aminopyralid, bicyclopyrone, foramsulfuron, indazaflam, pinoxaden, pyrasulfotole, pyroxasulfone, pyroxsulam, saflufenacil, tembotrione, thiencarbazone-methyl.
The fungicides covered are ametoctradin, amisulbrom, bixafen, fenpyrazamine, fluopicolide, fluopyram, flutianil, isopyrazam, mandipropamid, metrafenone, penflufen, pyriofenone, sedaxane, valifenalate.
The insecticides covered are chlorantraniliprole, cyantraniliprole, cyflumetofen, flubendiamide, fluensulfone, metofluthrin, pyrifluquinazon and spinetoram.
Major commercial AIs formulated by BASF, Bayer, Belchim, Corteva, FMC, Syngenta and Valent are profiled. Others profiled include Adama, AgNova, Nichino America, Nihon Nohyaku, Nippon Soda, Rallis, SC Johnson, Sumitomo, Summit Agro.
A brief background to the duration of patents and data protection is also given.
The report is 135 pages long, with 116 tables.
About the Author
Dr Alan Baylis is an independent consultant with more than 30 years' experience in world agriculture: from running a UK arable farm to international R&D management in Syngenta and previously in Zeneca Agrochemicals and ICI Agrochemicals.
An agronomist and crop physiologist, he has specialised in many aspects of crop production and protection in global cropping systems. His career has covered the discovery process for all crop protection products, through glasshouse and worldwide field-testing to technical marketing.
He is currently Chair of the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) Board of Trustees and past-Chair of SCI Agrisciences Group. He has BSc and PhD degrees from the University of Leeds and an MBA from Henley Business School, and is the author of many IHS Markit Crop Science reports, peer-reviewed publications, conference papers, and other articles.
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