Brazil Seed Market by Technology Type (Open Pollinated, Hybrid Seeds and Genetically Modified) by Crop Type (Soybean, Corn, Wheat, Rice, Cotton, Beans, Forage, Vegetable and Flower Seeds) – Outlook to 2022” provides a comprehensive analysis of seed market in Brazil. The report covers Brazil Seed market size, market segmentations by open pollinated, hybrid seeds and genetically modified, by crop type (soybean, corn, wheat, rice, cotton, beans, forage, vegetable and flower seeds), by market source (domestic production and imports) and by market structure (organized and unorganized market) and. The report also covers market in different aspects such as trends and developments, issues and challenges, SWOT analysis, trade scenario, regulatory scenario, market share of major seed producers, company profiles of major seed producers (DuPont Pioneer, Syngenta, Monsanto, Advanta, Rijk Zwaan, KWS, Bejo and Tecnoseeds) in seed market. The report provides detailed overview on future outlook & projections with analyst recommendations for the industry.
The agriculture sector in Brazil contributes around 5.5% of the total GDP of the country. Brazil is the largest producer of soybean after the US. It is also one of the leading producers of corn in the world. The country has around ~ million hectare of area cultivated with grain crops, more than ~ million hectare of area with pasture crops and around ~ million hectare of area with vegetables and flowers. Therefore the consumption of seeds in the country is in large quantities. The revenues of the seed market in Brazil have reached USD ~ million in 2017 from USD ~ million in 2012 with a CAGR of ~% during this period. Corn, wheat and soybean have the highest seed utilization rate (SUR) of ~%, ~% and ~% respectively. The overall area under has increased in the past few decades. The R&D investments in the country have also increased owing to the increase in use of genetically modified seeds.
Market Segmentation of Brazil Seed Market
Type of Seed: In terms of revenue, the Brazil Seed Market is dominated by hybrid seeds which accounted for ~ %, while the genetically modified seeds accounted for ~ % of the total revenue of the seeds market in Brazil in 2017. The use of genetically modified seeds for soybean and corn production is prevalent in the country. Open Pollinated seeds have the least market share in the country of around ~ % of the total revenue of the seeds market in Brazil in 2017
Type of Crop: On the basis of crop the seed market in Brazil was dominated by soybean, corn, wheat, rice, cotton, beans, forage, vegetable and flower seeds. Among these crops the demand for soybean and corn seeds is the highest. Of the total cultivated area for corn and soybean around ~ million hectares and ~ million hectares was established with commercial seeds respectively.
By Source: The seed market in Brazil is largely dependent on domestic production of seeds in the country. The total domestic production of seeds accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) of the total seed market in Brazil during 2017 and the total imports accounted for ~% (USD ~ million).
By Market Structure: The seed market in Brazil is dominated by organized players which accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) share of the overall revenue during 2017. A number of unorganized players are also present in the market. The unorganized market accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) of the overall revenue during 2017.
Competitive Scenario in Brazil Seed Market
The seed industry in the country has been dominated by organized; both global & domestic players in the market which have accounted for major market share during 2017. There exists health competition in the market due to a number of local players in the market. The indigenous players also focus heavily on newer breeding techniques. The quality of seeds produced is also and many companies have also ventured into production of genetically modified seeds to fulfill the demand for soybean and corn crops. Majority of the players in the market produce their seeds within the country. The market in Brazil is dominated by players including DuPont Pioneer, Syngenta, Monsanto, Advanta, Rijk Zwaan, KWS, Bejo and Tecnoseeds.
DuPont Pioneer is one of the largest producers of seeds in Brazil. The company mainly produces seeds for soybean, corn and forage seeds in the country. DuPont accounted for share of ~% in the overall seed market during 2017 in Brazil. Monsanto Brazil is a subsidiary of a global seed company Monsanto based in St. Louis, US. The company produces seeds for soybean and a range of other cereal, forage and vegetables crops for the Brazilian market. The company’s soybean seed with “Intacta” technology have been a great hit in the country but also is facing challenges from the supporters of non-GM seeds. The company has accounted for share of ~% of the overall revenue in the Brazilian seed market during 2017. Syngenta Seed Brazil is a global company formed during 2000 by the merger of Novartis Agribusiness and Zeneca Agrochemicals. The company produces seeds mainly for soybean, corn and a range of fruits and vegetables. The company has accounted for a share of ~% in revenue of the overall seed market in Brazil during 2017. Rijk Zwaan is a Dutch company established in Rotterdam. The company is amongst the top 5 vegetable breeding companies in the world. The company has accounted for a share of ~% in revenue of the overall seed market in Brazil during 2017. Advanta is one of the market leaders in the seed industry of Brazil. The company produces a range of seeds for soybean, corn, sorghum, rice, wheat, vegetables and forage crops globally. The company entered the Brazilian market in 2015 with products mainly for the soybean. Advanta has accounted for a share of ~% in revenue of the overall seed market in Brazil during 2017. Other major players in the Brazil seed market are KWS, Bejo and Tecnoseeds.
Future Potential of Brazil Seed Market
The revenue from the Brazil seed industry is projected to register a substantial growth over the period 2017-2022. It is projected to grow by CAGR of ~% over the period 2017-2022 and is expected to reach USD ~ million in 2022 as compared to USD ~ million in 2017. The key driver for the Brazilian seed market will be the demand for soybean and corn seeds. The demand of soybean from the Chinese market is likely to grow in the future. This will indirectly instill growth in the Brazilian seed market. The demand for genetically modified corn and soybean is also likely to grow despite some hurdles faced from the non-GM seed supporter associations and groups. In the current situation Brazil suffers from the lack of proper road infrastructure, this has affected the overall agricultural industry in the country. However, efforts are being made by the government to improve the infrastructural condition of the country. This improvement will also boost the growth of the seed industry in the country. R&D on genetically modified seeds for corn and soybean will lead to overall development of the market. The legal framework and different policies implemented by the government will ensure robust and sustainable growth of the market.
Key Topics Covered in the Report:
Brazil Seed Market Research Report
Brazil Seed Market Production Output
Open Pollinated Seed Market in Brazil
Hybrid Seed Market In Brazil
Genetically Modified Seeds Market in Brazil
Competition in Brazil Seed Industry
Major Crop Production Brazil Seed Market
Market Share of Major Players in Brazil Seed
Rice Seeds Market in Brazil
Vegetable Seeds Market in Brazil
Import and Export of Seed in Brazil
Future Outlook for Brazil Seed Market
Brazil Seed Market Trends and Developments
SWOT Analysis in Brazil Seed Market
Advanta Brazil Revenue from Seed
Monsanto Seed Production Brazil
Syngenta Brazil Market Share
Rijk Zwaan Seed Production Brazil
DuPont Pioneer Market Revenue
Land under Cultivation in Brazil
Government Regulations in Brazil Seed Market
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