Агрохимикаты занимают 1/4 рынка химической продукции РФ

Химический комплекс является базовым сегментом российской промышленности. Около четверти выпускаемой в России химической продукции представлено минеральными удобрениями (23%) и средствами защиты растений (0,4%). Развивающееся сельское хозяйство требует повышения плодородия почв с использованием удобрений и защиты урожая от вредителей, сорняков и болезней.

Российский рынок агрохимических средств в 2014 МГ:

  • минеральные удобрения: $6.2 млрд; 18 млн. тонн д.в. (23% от всех видов хим. продукции);
  • средства защиты растений: $0.1 млрд; 40 тыс. тонн (0.4% от всех видов хим. продукции).

Минеральные удобрения

Рынок минеральных удобрений и химических средств защиты растений (ХСЗР) находится в тесной зависимости от рынка продукции сельского хозяйства, и до середины 2008 года шло стабильное увеличение производства агрохимических средств и их поставок на внутренний рынок. За последние 10 лет суммарный объем поставок минеральных удобрений для российского аграрного сектора стабилизировался на уровне 1,3-1,7 млн. тонн в д.в., что составляет менее 10% от общего объема их производства:

Производство минеральных удобрений в РФ и поставки на внутренний рынок, млн. тонн д.в.

Показатель 1990 г. 1998-2001 гг. 2002-2005 гг. 2006-2010 гг. 2011-2015 гг.
Производство 16,0 11,5 15,0 16,6  18,0
Поставки 11,1 1,3 1,4 1,9  2,0
Поставки на внутренний рынок, % 69,4 11,3 9,5 11,7  11,1

Химические средства защиты растений (ХСЗР)

Мировой рынок ХСЗР оценивался в $46 млрд. в 2011 г.; к 2018 г. ожидается рост до $71.3 млрд. при среднегодовом темпе роста (CAGR) в 5.4% с 2011 по 2018 гг. Herbicides formed the largest category in the overall crop protection market, contributing about $19.9 billion for the year 2011.

Russian crop protection market went up by 26% and reached $1123 million in 2011 (against $890 million in 2010). In 2012 MY Russian Crop is estimated at $1140 million. By types of products, the market in 2012 distributed as follows: herbicides – 63%, fungicides – 17%, insecticides – 6%, seed treatment products – 13%. In terms of crops (excluding seed treatment products, only herbicides, fungicides and insecticides applied upon vegetation), grain crops accounted for the largest segment – 49.4% (practically one half of the market); followed by sugar beet – 24.3%, sunflower – 9%, corn – 6.3%; soybean, rapeseed and pea in the aggregate accounted for 10.9% of the market.

In 2010, the global import of chemical crop protection products increased by 15% in physical terms and reached 2.5 million tons. In terms of value, the global import of pesticides grew by 5%. Russia ranks 22nd in the world by of volume of pesticide import in physical terms. Imported crop protection products exceed the share of domestic products in Russia. Over the past five years market share of imported crop protection steady increasing by 1.2% per year; it reached 60% in 2011 or more than $600 million (Kleffmann, 2011). In particular, domestic manufacturing of such products will continue to grow in the coming years, however about one half of chemical crop protection products consumption will be covered by import.

Agrochemicals in Russia share a quarter of total chemical market

To optimize mineral nutrition and to protect crops from pests, weeds, disease and to save up to 30% of losses caused by them various chemical (pesticides, mineral fertilizers) or biological substances should be applied.

Total Russian market in 2012 MY:

  • mineral fertilizers: $11.0 billion (23% of all produced chemicals);
  • crop protection: $1.2 billion (0.4% of all produced chemicals)

Crop Protection

World crop protection market is estimated at $46 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $71.3 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 5.4 percent from 2011 to 2018. Herbicides formed the largest category in the overall crop protection market, contributing about $19.9 billion for the year 2011.

Russian crop protection market went up by 26% and reached $1123 million in 2011 (against $890 million in 2010). In 2012 MY Russian Crop is estimated at $1140 million. By types of products, the market in 2012 distributed as follows: herbicides – 63%, fungicides – 17%, insecticides – 6%, seed treatment products – 13%. In terms of crops (excluding seed treatment products, only herbicides, fungicides and insecticides applied upon vegetation), grain crops accounted for the largest segment – 49.4% (practically one half of the market); followed by sugar beet – 24.3%, sunflower – 9%, corn – 6.3%; soybean, rapeseed and pea in the aggregate accounted for 10.9% of the market.

In 2010, the global import of chemical crop protection products increased by 15% in physical terms and reached 2.5 million tons. In terms of value, the global import of pesticides grew by 5%. Russia ranks 22nd in the world by of volume of pesticide import in physical terms. Imported crop protection products exceed the share of domestic products in Russia. Over the past five years market share of imported crop protection steady increasing by 1.2% per year; it reached 60% in 2011 or more than $600 million (Kleffmann, 2011). In particular, domestic manufacturing of such products will continue to grow in the coming years, however about one half of chemical crop protection products consumption will be covered by import.

Agrochemicals in Russia share a quarter of total chemical market

To optimize mineral nutrition and to protect crops from pests, weeds, disease and to save up to 30% of losses caused by them various chemical (pesticides, mineral fertilizers) or biological substances should be applied.

Total Russian market of agrochemicals in 2014 MY:

  • mineral fertilizers: $11.0 billion (23% of all produced chemicals);
  • crop protection: $1.2 billion (0.4% of all produced chemicals).

Mineral Fertilizers

Crop Protection

World crop protection market is estimated at $46 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $71.3 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 5.4 percent from 2011 to 2018. Herbicides formed the largest category in the overall crop protection market, contributing about $19.9 billion for the year 2011.

Russian crop protection market went up by 26% and reached $1123 million in 2011 (against $890 million in 2010). In 2012 MY Russian Crop is estimated at $1140 million. By types of products, the market in 2012 distributed as follows: herbicides – 63%, fungicides – 17%, insecticides – 6%, seed treatment products – 13%. In terms of crops (excluding seed treatment products, only herbicides, fungicides and insecticides applied upon vegetation), grain crops accounted for the largest segment – 49.4% (practically one half of the market); followed by sugar beet – 24.3%, sunflower – 9%, corn – 6.3%; soybean, rapeseed and pea in the aggregate accounted for 10.9% of the market.

In 2010, the global import of chemical crop protection products increased by 15% in physical terms and reached 2.5 million tons. In terms of value, the global import of pesticides grew by 5%. Russia ranks 22nd in the world by of volume of pesticide import in physical terms. Imported crop protection products exceed the share of domestic products in Russia. Over the past five years market share of imported crop protection steady increasing by 1.2% per year; it reached 60% in 2011 or more than $600 million (Kleffmann, 2011). In particular, domestic manufacturing of such products will continue to grow in the coming years, however about one half of chemical crop protection products consumption will be covered by import.

Agrochemicals in Russia share a quarter of total chemical market

To optimize mineral nutrition and to protect crops from pests, weeds, disease and to save up to 30% of losses caused by them various chemical (pesticides, mineral fertilizers) or biological substances should be applied.

Total Russian market in 2012 MY:

  • mineral fertilizers: $11.0 billion (23% of all produced chemicals);
  • crop protection: $1.2 billion (0.4% of all produced chemicals)

Crop Protection

World crop protection market is estimated at $46 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $71.3 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 5.4 percent from 2011 to 2018. Herbicides formed the largest category in the overall crop protection market, contributing about $19.9 billion for the year 2011.

Russian crop protection market went up by 26% and reached $1123 million in 2011 (against $890 million in 2010). In 2012 MY Russian Crop is estimated at $1140 million. By types of products, the market in 2012 distributed as follows: herbicides – 63%, fungicides – 17%, insecticides – 6%, seed treatment products – 13%. In terms of crops (excluding seed treatment products, only herbicides, fungicides and insecticides applied upon vegetation), grain crops accounted for the largest segment – 49.4% (practically one half of the market); followed by sugar beet – 24.3%, sunflower – 9%, corn – 6.3%; soybean, rapeseed and pea in the aggregate accounted for 10.9% of the market.

In 2010, the global import of chemical crop protection products increased by 15% in physical terms and reached 2.5 million tons. In terms of value, the global import of pesticides grew by 5%. Russia ranks 22nd in the world by of volume of pesticide import in physical terms. Imported crop protection products exceed the share of domestic products in Russia. Over the past five years market share of imported crop protection steady increasing by 1.2% per year; it reached 60% in 2011 or more than $600 million (Kleffmann, 2011). In particular, domestic manufacturing of such products will continue to grow in the coming years, however about one half of chemical crop protection products consumption will be covered by import.