Dimethoate Market - Global Industry Size, Share, Forecast, 2014 – 2020

Dimethoate Market - Global Industry Size, Share, Forecast, 2014 – 2020

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  • Date Submitted: 07/04/2016 12:04 AM
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Dimethoate is organophosphate insecticide used to eliminate insects by affecting its central nervous system. It has systemic
and contact activity against wide range of piercing, chewing and sucking insects. Dimethoate is specifically used to control
aphids, thrips, mites, whiteflies and other pests. The crops on which it is used include cotton, fruits, citrus, tobacco, tea,
potatoes and other vegetables. Dimethoate can be also used to control flies in livestock, food storage and home gardens.
Growing food demand across the globe is expected to drive the market for dimethoate based insecticides. There is a need to
protect crops, fruits and vegetables from insects to improve the per hectare production and fulfill the ever growing demand for
food. Insects are getting adapted to the conventional insecticides hence organic compounds such as dimethoate are used in the
insecticides that are effective against wide range of insects. In addition, decline in agricultural land and growing food demand
leading to demand for efficient and highly productive agricultural processes are expected to drive the market for dimethoate.
However, environmental and health hazards of dimethoate are expected to hamper the market growth. Many countries are
banning the use of dimethoate in insecticides as it contaminates the ground water and may enter the food chain. For example,
in Kenya the Fresh...

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