Herbicides are chemicals used to destroy unwanted plants called weeds. Herbicides fall into two broad categories such as inorganic i.e. copper sulphate, sodium chlorate, and sodium arsenite and organic such as chlorophenoxy compounds, dinitrophenols, bipyridyl compounds, carbamates, and amide herbicides. Herbicides are used in gardening, farming, and landscape turf management. Microbial preparation herbicide is defined as microorganism that can control the weeds. Application of microbial herbicides for the management of agricultural weeds is an eco-friendly approach. A worldwide programme has been growing up to control the invasive weed species for the better crop production and stable ecosystem. The concept of utilizing microbial herbicides has been explored for long term, but there remain many challenges to overcome before they can be widely used in agricultural, range and forest lands, or waterways. Those challenges include improving the efficacy of the microbial activity, survival of microorganisms, persistence of the suppressive compound, delivery systems, determining host range, and avoiding injury to non-target organisms.
Most research reports are relevant to plant fungal pathogens, for bacterial pathogens with weed control activity are scarce. Alternaria alternata is a fairly common indoor mould. In one study it was found in 87% of the homes examined. It is considered one of the most important fungal allergens. Alternaria alternata has been implicated as the cause of allergic diseases in people exposed to wood and sawdust during paper production in paper mills. Alternaria alternata is a fungus which has been recorded causing leaf spot and other diseases on over 380 host species of plant. It is an opportunistic pathogen on numerous hosts causing leaf spots, rots and blights on many plant parts. It can also cause upper respiratory tract infections and asthma in humans with compromised immunity. Drechslera is a genus of fungi. Many of the species in this genus are plant pathogens. Other considerations in the herbicides are interactions with chemical herbicides, regulations, commercialization and mass production, and economic feasibility. Microbial weed control represents an innovative means to manage troublesome weeds and utilize the naturally occurring biological herbicides produced by soil microorganisms. These compounds kill or hinder the growth of weeds so that beneficial plant species can gain a competitive advantage.
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By Product Type:
- Drechsleraa venacea
North America Microbial herbicides Market
- North America, by Country
- North America, by Product Type,
- North America, by Application
Europe Microbial herbicides Market
- Europe, by Country
- The Netherlands
- Rest of Europe
- Europe, by Product Type,
- Europe, by Application
Asia Pacific Microbial herbicides Market
- Asia Pacific, by Country
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Asia Pacific, by Product Type,
- Asia Pacific, by Application
Middle East & Africa Microbial herbicides Market
- Middle East & Africa, by Country
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
- Middle East & Africa, by Product Type,
- Middle East & Africa, by Application
South America Microbial herbicides Market
- South America, by Country
- Rest of South America
- South America, by Product Type,
- South America, by Application
Major Companies: Monsanto, Bayer Cropscience, BASF, The DOW Chemical, Marrone Bio Innovations, Isagro, DuPont, Novozymes and other leading companies.
Years Covered in the Study:
Historic Year: 2017-2018
Base Year: 2019
Estimated Year: 2020
Forecast Year: 2028
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