London (PRWEB) October 30, 2013
The commercial seeds market can be segmented based on ownership into proprietary seeds and non-proprietary seeds. Proprietary seeds are seeds owned and marketed exclusively by a company and accounted for over 85% of the market in 2011. Non proprietary seeds are seeds which are bought and sold by plant breeders and local farmers. The bioseeds (GM seeds) market has been witnessing growth over the past couple of years and is expected to register double-digit growth over the next six years. In addition, newer varieties of GM seeds are expected to be launched over the forecast period.
The study segments the market based on type into conventional seeds and bioseeds. In addition, the report covers the present size of the market and forecast until 2018. The forecast is based on revenues (USD million) for a period ranging from 2012 to 2018. A detailed analysis of the market dynamics covering aspects such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities has been included in order to provide the user a holistic view of the market. Furthermore, the report analyzes the expected impact of every driver and restraint on the market over the forecast period.
The study analyzes in detail the value chain for the market beginning with the raw material suppliers up to the end user application. In addition, an extensive analysis of Porter’s five forces has been included in order to estimate the competitive scenario in the market, taking into account the bargaining power of suppliers, bargaining power of buyers, threat of new entrants, threat from substitutes, and competitive rivalry. The commercial seeds market is consolidated in nature and a quantitative analysis of the same has been included in the form of company market share analysis.
The report includes a section on the bioseeds industry describing the various factors affecting the growth of the GM seeds market and its present size. In addition, ana
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