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The conference program covers a wide range of topics concerned with the functioning, or physiology, of plants in the field of plant science and plant physiology. Fundamental processes such as photosynthesis, respiration, plant nutrition, plant hormone functions, tropisms, nastic movements, photoperiodism, photomorphogenesis, circadian rhythms, environmental stress physiology, seed germination, dormancy and stomata function and transpiration, both parts of plant water relations, are studied by plant physiologists. The global plant growth regulators market is expected to grow on account of increased use in modifying plant physiological processes such as stimulating or inhibiting enzyme systems and regulating the plant metabolism. Growing demand for regulating cotton metabolism is expected to have the positive impact on market growth in next six years. Improving textile industry in China, India, Bulgaria, Germany, and Turkey are expected to augment the cotton demand, which in turn is expected to drive plant growth regulators market.
Growing profitability concern for farmers has forced them to opt new methods such as organic farming and use of agrochemicals for ensuring crop protection and reducing costs. Growing organic farming activities coupled with growing profitability concerns among farmers is expected to have a positive impact on the plant growth regulators market over the forecast period. The long-term market presence of fertilizers is expected to significantly hamper the plant growth regulators demand over the next six years. Stringent regulations intended for pesticides are also expected to restrict market growth and are expected to shift the focus towards cost-effective and bio-based alternatives.
Global Plant Growth Regulators Market, By Region, 2012 – 2020 (USD Million)
Scope For Global Herbal Market:
The world trade in medicinal plants is estimated to be about US$62 billion, with the major players being the European Union at 45%, Asia 17%, and Japan 16%.The export volume to Asian countries and regions, the principal market of TCM export, in 2013 was USD1.98 billion with the year-on-year growth of 29.2%. Asia accounted for seven positions in the top 10 markets. Also, being the traditional market of TCM export, the U.S. and Germany accounted for two positions in the top 5 TCM exports, and the two countries mainly demanded botanical drugs and extracts. In 2013, Japanese fell to the second market of TCM exports for the first time.
The main reason why Chinese medicinal materials export increased by a larger margin in 2013 was a rise in price, varieties whose price-rise were greater than 1-time include pagoda tree flower bud, radix rehmanniae, radix codonopsis, eucommia, etc. The year-on-year growth of the export volume of plant extracts in 2012 was 3.1%, the growing rate being the lowest point in the two decades; however, the year-on-year growth in 2013 was 21.3%, returning to the normal growth speed after the low ebb.
The export volume of Chinese healthcare products in 2013 was USD0.25 billion, with the year-on-year growth of 16.2%; the import volume was USD18000, with the year-on-year growth of 24.9%. Fish oil products accounted for the largest proportions both in import and export products. The major product exported to the U.S. was fish oil, accounting for 78.9%; the main health care products exported to Japan were fresh royal jelly and royal jelly powder, royal jelly and its preparations and other bee products, accounting for 95%.As the major export markets of Chinese healthcare products, the U.S. and Japan markets are also the most important consumer markets of healthcare products in the world.