A Brief Overview of the Russian Market of Herbicides
A herbicide, in the broadest definition, is any agent which destroys or inhibits plant growth. Thus an herbicidal agent may be animal, i.e., a home-gardener with a hoe or a grazing herbivore; vegetable, i.e., a parasitic weed or one plant species competing successfully with another; or mineral, i.e., chemicals with herbicidal activity. Russian output of herbicides in 2012 reached 11,436 tonnes, which represents a 16.2% YOY increase as compared to 2011, when it made up 9,841 tonnes. The domestic production of these chemicals began growing and growing fast after a two-year downfall in 2009 and 2010.
To obtain the most comprehensive data about Russian market of herbicides read our issue #5, 2013 (77).
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