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New Trends in Crop Protection Formulations: 2013 Edition

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Products, Surfactants, Solvents, Regulations, and Companies

Completely revised and updated for 2013, the Agrow Formulations report is your essential guide to the status of all crop protection formulations, including Glyphosates and Oil Dispersion formulations.

New and revised content:

Biopesticide formulation section: now reflects the increased interest in this sector and differences in formulation procedures between biopesticides and conventional synthetic chemical pesticides.
Surfactants, adjuvants and other formulation additives section: now includes changes to regulatory requirements, sustainability and hazard classification on product labels.
Future Trends in Pesticide Formulations section: discusses the move towards water based suspensions, emulsions and microcapsules as well as other emerging technologies and methods such as nanotechnology.

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Understand how consumer demand is affecting formulation registration
Learn about regulatory barriers to launching and selling products and how to satisfy them.
See how new trends and technologies are changing the future of pesticide formulations.
Discover what the major agrochemical research and development companies are focusing on.
CONTENTS

SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 General Introduction
1.2 Formulation Objectives
1.3 Factors Governing Choice of Formulation
1.4 Formulation Types and Codes
1.5 Formulation Additives

SECTION 2 CONVENTIONAL FORMULATIONS
2.1 LIQUID FORMULATIONS
2.1.1 Soluble Concentrates (SL)
2.1.2 Emulsifiable Concentrates (EC)
2.1.3 Ultra-low volume liquids (ULV)
2.2 SOLID FORMULATIONS
2.2.1 Dustable powders (DP)
2.2.2 Granules (GR)
2.2.3 Wettable powders (WP)

SECTION 3 SAFER ECO-FRIENDLY FORMULATIONS
3.1 LIQUID FORMULATIONS
3.1.1 Suspension Concentrates (SC)
3.1.2 Oil-in-water emulsions (EW)
3.1.3 Suspoemulsions (SE)
3.1.4 Microemulsions (ME)
3.2 SOLID FORMULATIONS
3.2.1 Water dispersible/soluble granules (WG/SG)


SECTION 4 GLYPHOSATE FORMULATIONS
4.1 LIQUID GLYPHOSATE FORMULATIONS
4.1.1 Surfactant selection
4.2 SOLID GLYPHOSATE FORMULATIONS
4.3 GLYPHOSATE RESISTANT WEEDS
4.4 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF GLYPHOSATE
FORMULATIONS FROM PATENTS AND OTHER LITERATURE

SECTION 5 OIL DISPERSION FORMULATIONS
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 OD FORMULATION TECHNOLOGY
5.3 PATENTS ON OD FORMULATIONS
5.4 PROCESS AND EQUIPMENT FOR OD FORMULATIONS
5.5 OD PRODUCTS

SECTION 6 CONTROLLED RELEASE FORMULATIONS
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 MICROENCAPSULATION PROCESSES
6.3 STORAGE AND HANDLING OF ISOCYANATES
6.4 RELEASE RATE OF AI FROM CAPSULES
6.5 COST ADVANTAGE OF CS FORMULATIONS
6.6 TEST METHODS FOR CS FORMULATIONS

SECTION 7 SPECIALISED FORMULATIONS
7.1 DISPERSIBLE CONCENTRATES (DC)
7.2 MULTIPLE EMULSIONS
7.3 GELS
7.3.1 Introduction
7.3.2 Aqueous gels (Hydrogels)
7.3.3 Non-aqueous gels (Organogels)
7.3.4 Preparation of gels for Agrochemicals
7.4 TABLETS (TB)
7.4.1 Tablet formulations
7.4.2 "Jumbo" pellets/tablets
7.4.3 Gas generators (GE)
7.4.4 Smoke generators (FU)

SECTION 8 SEED TREATMENT FORMULATIONS
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 SEED TREATMENT FORMULATION TYPES
8.2.1 Dry powder seed treatments (DS)
8.2.2 Water slurriable powders (WS)
8.2.3 Liquid solution seed treatments (LS)
8.2.4 Flowable seed treatments (FS)
8.3 SEED TREATMENT, FILM COATING AND PELLETING
OF SEEDS
8.4 COMPANY DEVELOPMENTS

SECTION 9 OTHER FORMULATION TYPES
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.2 AEROSOLS
9.3 HOT AND COLD FOGGING FORMULATIONS
9.4 SMOKE GENERATORS
9.5 BAITS
9.6 SOLUBLE POWDERS
9.7 MISCELLANEOUS FORMULATION TYPES

SECTION 10 BIOPESTICIDE FORMULATIONS
10.1 INTRODUCTION
10.2 TYPES OF BIOPESTICIDES
10.2.1 Microbial (Mycobiopesticides)
10.2.2 Biochemical pesticides
10.2.3 Plant extracts
10.2.4 Pheromones
10.2.5 Minerals
10.2.6 Plant-incorporated Protectants (PIPS)
10.3 FORMULATION OF BIOPESTICIDES
10.4 PRODUCTION OF BIOPESTICIDE FORMULATIONS
10.5 APPLICATION OF BIOPESTICIDES
10.5 COMPANY DEVELOPMENTS OF BIOPESTICIDES

SECTION 11 SURFACTANTS FOR AGROCHEMICAL FORMULATIONS
11.1 INTRODUCTION
11.2 PROPERTIES OF SURFACTANTS
11.3 SURFACTANT TYPES
11.3.1 Anionic surfactants
11.3.2 Nonionic surfactants
11.3.3 Cationic surfactants
11.3.4 Amphoteric surfactants
11.4 LOW TOXICITY SURFACTANTS

SECTION 12 SOLVENTS FOR AGROCHEMICAL FORMULATIONS
12.1 INTRODUCTION
12.2 SOLVENTS AND CO-SOLVENTS
12.3 POLAR SOLVENTS
12.4 "GREEN" SOLVENTS

SECTION 13 OTHER FORMULATION ADDITIVES
13.1 CARRIERS AND FILLERS
13.2 ANTISETTLING AGENTS
13.3 ANTIFREEZE AGENTS
13.4 ANTIFOAM AGENTS
13.5 PRESERVATIVES
13.6 SEQUESTERANTS

SECTION 14 REGULATORY ASPECTS OF PESTICIDES AND PESTICIDE FORMULATIONS
14.1 REGISTRATION IN EUROPE (EU)
14.2 REGISTRATION IN USA (EPA)
14.3 FORMULATION COMPONENTS AFFECTED BY REGULATION CHANGES
14.3.1 Solvents
14.3.2 Surfactants
14.4 REACH

SECTION 15 FUTURE TRENDS IN PESTICIDE FORMULATIONS
15.1 INTRODUCTION
15.2 FUTURE FORMULATION TYPES AND DEVELOPMENTS
15.3 FORMULATION: OLD TECHNOLOGY vs NEW TECHNOLOGY
15.4 NANOTECHNOLOGY
15.5 OUTSOURCING FORMULATION R & D

SECTION 16 COMPANY PROFILES
16.1 MAJOR AGROCHEMICAL COMPANIES
16.2 GENERIC AGROCHEMICAL COMPANIES
16.3 CONTRACT FORMULATION COMPANIES
16.4 FORMULATION SURFACTANT/ADJUVANT SUPPLIERS
16.5 FORMULATION R&D, CONSULTANTS, AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS


BIBLIOGRAPHY



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