openPR Logo
Press release

Agrochemicals Market in Austria

06-08-2017 02:42 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: ReportsWorldwide

ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Austria: Agrochemicals: Market Intelligence (2016-2021) to its growing collection of premium market research reports.

The report “Austria: Agrochemicals: Market Intelligence (2016-2021)” provides market intelligence on the different market segments, based on type, active ingredient, formulation, crop, and pest. Market size and forecast (2016-2021) has been provided in terms of both, value (000 USD) and volume (000 KG) in the report. A detailed qualitative analysis of the factors responsible for driving and restraining the growth of the agrochemical and future market opportunities have also been discussed.

This report is a part of series of more than 900 agrochemicals’ market intelligence reports from Sprout Intelligence. This agrochemicals’ market intelligence report series, in total, covers more than 1,500 pests, 60 formulations, 150 crops, and 60 countries.

Detailed description and table of contents of this report is available here: https://www.reportsworldwide.com/report/austria-agrochemicals-market-intelligence-2016-2021

Key Findings from the Report:

- Propiconazole, Flusilazole, Tebuconazole, Metconazole, and Prochloraz are leading fungicide active ingredients in the Austria agrochemicals market.
- Glyphosate
- Foramsulfuron, Rimsulfuron, Mesotrione, and Dicamba are leading herbicide active ingredients in the Austria agrochemicals market.
- Chlorpyrifos-e, Pirimicarb, Thiacloprid, Lambda-cyhalothrin, and Deltamethrin are leading insecticide active ingredients in the Austria agrochemicals market.
- Capsule Suspensions, Combi-pack Liquid / Liquid, Emulsifiable Concentrate, Emulsion, Oil in Water, and Flowable Concentrate for seed treatment are leading formulation in the Austria agrochemicals market.
- Barley, Corn, Grapes, Oats, and Pasture are leading crops for agrochemicals market in Austria.
- Agriotes, Agropyron, Alternaria, Aphis, and Ascochyta & Rhizoctonia are leading pests for agrochemicals in Austria.
- Sprout Intelligence expert team estimated that the Austria agrochemicals market in 2016 was worth around at USD 170 million.

To Get Sample Copy of Report please visit @ https://www.reportsworldwide.com/enquiry?report_id=36257

About ReportsWorldwide.com

ReportsWorldwide.com is a leading provider of global market intelligence reports and services. With research reports from top publishers, consulting and advisory firms, ReportsWorldwide.com offers instant online access to a growing database of expert insights on global industries, companies, products, geographies and trends.

Press Contact:

Abigail Crasto
Senior Vice President
101, Arch Street
Boston, MA 02110
US
Phone +1 (617) 398-4994
Fax +1 (617) 398-4995
abigail@reportsworldwide.com

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Copy
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release Agrochemicals Market in Austria here

News-ID: 570419 • Views: 353

More Releases from ReportsWorldwide

World Deep Brain Stimulation Market Top Segments, Key Players Revenue, Growth Ra …
The World Deep Brain Stimulation Market is estimated to represent a global market of USD 751.8 million by 2017 with growth rate of 18.2%. Deep brain stimulation (DBS) procedure is primarily used for the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders such as mood disorder, dementia, anxiety and others. The procedure involve the use of neurotransmitter (brain pacemaker) that enables to transmit electric impulses to the specific target of brain cells. Increasing incidence
New report explores the Gene Editing Market : Ushering The Next Breakthrough in …
Boston, MA ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Gene Editing The Next Breakthrough in Regenerative Medicine to its growing collection of premium market research reports. Genome editing is a type of genetic engineering in which DNA is replaced, inserted or deleted in a living organism's ggenome using engineered molecular scissors. Believed to be one of the great biotechnology breakthroughs, gene editing is a powerful tool in pharmaceutical research that
Global In-Building Wireless BTSController-based Small Cells Market Analysis and …
Boston, MA ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Global In-Building Wireless BTSController-based Small Cells Market Analysis and Forecast, 2017-2021 to its growing collection of premium market research reports. This report covers the leading in-building wireless enterprise BTS/controller-based small cells network equipment manufacturers: • CommScope/Airvana • Comba Telecom • Ericsson • Huawei Technologies • Nokia • SpiderCloud • ZTE Corporation This report covers the global market share for 2016 shipments as well as a forecast for 2017-2021. To view a detailed description and Table of
UDAY’s Impact and Compatibility State wise indexing of Integrated Power Supply …
Boston, MA ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title UDAY’s Impact and Compatibility State wise indexing of Integrated Power Supply Chain in India – 2017 to its growing collection of premium market research reports. UDAY scheme was touted as the next paladin to bail out the struggling Discoms, in order to turn them green in a time horizon of 3-4 years from 2015/16. Though was optional for the

All 5 Releases


More Releases for Austria

The Baby Food Market in Austria 2017
ReportsWeb.com published “The Baby Food” from its database. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. "The Baby Food Market in Austria 2017", is an analytical report by Publisher which provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the Austrian market. Austrian baby food market has been stimulated by
Nazi psychology in Austria
The history of academic psychology after the "Anschluss", the annexation of Austria by Germany in 1938, and its role as a discipline used in National Socialist policies is being examined systematically for the first time in a research project supported by the Austrian Science Fund FWF. "It is a sad fact”, says psychologist Gerhard Benetka from the Sigmund Freud University Vienna "that applied psychology flourished during the National Socialist era
Messer consolidates market position in Austria
On 2 May 2011, Messer Austria acquired the gas business of Sapio Gase GmbH. Messer Austria, the Austrian subsidiary of Messer, the largest privately run specialist for industrial gases, intends to consolidate its market position in Upper Austria through its purchase of the gas business of Sapio Gase GmbH. The transaction was completed on 2 May 2011. Sapio Gase, a subsidiary of SAPIO, an Italian company, has a strong presence in
Creative Austria meets creative Russia
Euroforum: communicatin ready for the next lap Vienna. On 22nd of October 2009 the advertising association Vienna invites again to the annual Euroforum: communication event, platform for European communication, guaranteeing an interesting mix of “connecting businesses and communications”. The Event takes place in Studio 44, Vienna. Focus point Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg and Sotschi) The main goal of the Euroforum is to promote and establish business relations and synergies between
Archaeological Sensation in Austria
Scientists from the University of Vienna unearth the earliest evidence of Jewish inhabitants in Austria Archaeologists from the Institute of Prehistory and Early History of the University of Vienna have found an amulet inscribed with a Jewish prayer in a Roman child's grave dating back to the 3rd century CE at a burial ground in the Austrian town of Halbturn. The 2.2-centimeter-long gold scroll represents the earliest sign of
Nanoscience in Austria leads the way
Nickel-rhodium nanowires exhibit surprisingly high reactivity towards oxygen. As a result, they offer future development potential for new types of chemical catalysts. These findings were the result of research by an Austrian and Swedish research group who succeeded in growing one-dimensional nickel stripes on a rhodium substrate in a controlled manner. The team is part of the national research network \"Nanoscience on Surfaces\", which has been supported by the FWF