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Published on 31st July, 2019

Obvious growth of downstream demand for pesticides could not be found in H1 2019. Many products are expected to go through price decrease. However, there still are some factors may drive up product prices, such as price hike in raw materials, extensive work safety examinations after high-profile accidents, speculation by traders as well as the continuous environmental protection inspections.

Published on 31st July, 2019

China's pesticide supply had been reduced significantly in H1 2019. From Jan. to May, China's pesticide technical output decreased to about 866,000 tonnes, dropping by 21.92% year on year.

Published on 31st July, 2019

In H1 2019, herbicide supply in China showed a downward tendency year on year as a result of global restrictions on glyphosate, stricter inspections on environmental protection, demand reduction from downstream industries and wait-and-see atmosphere resulting from the declining price.

Published on 31st July, 2019

In general, the supply of insecticides in China in H1 2019 dropped compared to the year earlier, which is caused by factors as rising raw material price, downstream demand and aftermaths of the severe explosion in Xiangshui County on 21 March.

Published on 31st July, 2019

Generally speaking, pesticide price in China fell in H1 2019. Major reasons for this trend are weak demand and insufficient supply at home as well as slack performance in export.

Published on 31st July, 2019

Weak demand in herbicide market dragged price down in H1 2019. Major products performed poorly; some selective herbicide products experienced tight supply first but demand turned down quickly as the growing season came to an end. The general downturn in herbicide technical market was mainly decided by a slack performance of glyphosate and glufosinate-ammonium. In this half year, prices of diuron technical and bensulfuron-methyl technical had the greatest decrease, while that of nicosulfuron technical showed a slight increase.

Published on 31st July, 2019

Insecticide market in China saw both reduced supply and flat demand in H1 2019. Prices of neonicotinoid insecticides stayed low; those of pyrethroids went down. Such price changes shaped the general downtrend in the market. Technical products of bifenthrin, imidacloprid and acetamiprid had larger decreases in price over this period, while pymetrozine, hexaflumuron and chlorfenapyr technical made great increases.

Published on 31st July, 2019

Demand for fungicides had some growth and the general situation was stable in this market in H1 2019, though supply was fairly tight. Jiangsu Province is the biggest fungicide production base in China. Considering the accident-induced production suspension and restriction, fungicides were in short supply and the prices of some technical products went up greatly. As the peak season would go by soon, demand would weaken.

Published on 31st July, 2019

Demand for Chinese pesticides was quite slack both at home and abroad in H1 2019. Weak demand in domestic market is the major force that suppressed a price increase. Moreover, overseas demand, declined in comparison with the same period last year, also contributed its fair share.

Published on 31st July, 2019

A general downturn in fungicide supply can be seen in China in H1 2019, which is caused by factors as downstream demand, business operating rate and possible ban in use.

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