Jan, 2023 - By CMI
Leaf miners and fly larvae are both susceptible to the insect growth regulator (IGR) or ectoparasiticide Cyclomazine, which prevents insect development. The population is growing, and people have more money to spend, so there is a huge demand for food and agricultural products, which raises the need for IGRs.
Key Companies in the Cyromazine Industry:
1. Syngenta AG
With its management headquarters in Basel, Switzerland, Syngenta AG is a provider of agricultural science and technology, focusing particularly on seeds and pesticides. It is owned by ChemChina, a state-owned company in China.
The Federal Trade Commission declared that it would sue Syngenta and a different crop protection company in order to contest certain US-based discounts offered to each of their respective customers.
2. ADAMA Agricultural Solutions Ltd.
One of the top companies for crop protection in the world is ADAMA Ltd. They have solutions to control weeds, insects, and disease as well as increase yields. ADAMA has one of the most comprehensive and diversified portfolios of differentiated, high-quality products as well as cutting-edge R&D, manufacturing, and formulation facilities.
AgriNova New Zealand Ltd. will be purchased by ADAMA. This acquisition is anticipated to improve ADAMA's position in New Zealand and open the door for its entry into the biologicals market.
3. Elanco Animal Health Inc.
An American pharmaceutical company called Elanco Animal Health Incorporated creates drugs and vaccines for animals, including livestock and pets. Before being divested in 2019, the company was a subsidiary of Eli Lilly and Company. The company is the second-largest in the world for animal health.
The 41st J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference will feature Elanco as a participant.
4. Jurox Pty Limited.
Jurox is a well-known, family-owned veterinary pharmaceutical company that produces and sells more than 120 unique animal health products in more than 20 nations. Jurox maintains business operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand, with its global headquarters located in Australia's Hunter Valley.
5. Arysta LifeScience Corporation
Crop protection and life science products are offered globally by Arysta LifeScience. Our emphasis on facilitating product access in developing markets ensures that our products arrive when and where they are most needed, from Anchorage to Auckland.
6. Lasa Supergenerics Limited
An organisation that manufactures veterinary active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) is called Lasa Supergenerics Limited. The Company manufactures, trades, produces, processes, prepares, and treats chemicals, API, pharmaceuticals, drugs, and other goods.
7. Orion AgriScience Limited
Crop protection product distributor serving New Zealand growers and farmers The business offers weed, disease, and insect pest problems in crops with the help of herbicides, insecticides, adjuvants, fungicides, specialty products, and other crop protection products.
8. Topsen Biotech Co. Ltd.
Chinese company Topsen Biotech Co. Ltd., established in 2002, is expanding quickly and is devoted to the production and marketing of a wide range of agrochemical products. By offering our customers all over the world products of the highest calibre and that are environmentally friendly, they contribute to the prosperity of global agriculture.
*Definition: Triazine insect growth regulator cyclomazine is employed as an insecticide. It is a melamine cyclopropyl derivative. The way cyclomazine works is by interfering with the nervous system of immature insect larvae. Cyromazine is used as an ectoparasiticide in veterinary medicine.