Development and Commercialization of Biopesticides

Development and Commercialization of Biopesticides

Costs and Benefits

1st Edition - February 1, 2023

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  • Editor: Opender Koul
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323952903

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Development and Commercialization of Biopesticides: Costs and Benefits provides a uniquely comprehensive view of the commercial production of biopesticides, from research to application, featuring case studies in various developed and developing countries of the world. The book offers guidance for future strategies to researchers, along with considerations for the industry’s economic concerns, i.e., costs and benefits compared to conventional pesticides, future perspectives for application strategies, bioavailability and environmental safety, and impacts on intellectual property issues during commercialization. Finally, the book covers why the development of this industry must be strategic, comprehensive and forward-looking in order to be an accepted, safe and sustainable. There is no doubt that biopesticides are now in large-scale use, and a variety of novel techniques have been used to improve or modify existing biopesticides, which will further accelerate their development.

Key Features

  • Presents case-studies of commercial biopesticide programs in developed and developing countries
  • Provides insights into the risks and rewards of biopesticide production
  • Enables realistic assessments and guides readers through steps from research to regulation

Readership

Commercial audiences dealing in biopesticides as a whole as well as graduate, postgraduate students and academic researchers seeking a complete overview of the pesticide industry

Table of Contents

  • 1. Biopesticides: Commercial Opportunities and Challenges
    2. Commercialization and Regulation of Botanical Biopesticides: A Global perspective
    3. Development and Commercialization of Pheromone based Biopesticides: A Global Perspective
    4. Role of Kairomones in Biological Control of Pests: Commercial Potential
    5. Bio-tools based on the natural products derived from simbionts of entomopathogenic nematodes: current status of development and possible applications
    6. Microbe Based Biopesticides: Commercialization and Regulatory Perspectives
    7. Biopesticide Commercialization in North America: State of the Art and Future Opportunities
    8. Biopesticides in China: Development, Commercialization and Regulation
    9. Commercialization of Biopesticides in Greece; A Current Status
    10. Biopesticide Development and Commercialization in Japan: Costs and Benefits
    11. Commercialization of Biopesticides in Southeast Asia: Potential and Constraints
    12. Biopesticides in Israel: Leads of Commercial Success
    13. Development, Commercialization and Regulation of Biopesticides: A European Perspective
    14. Biopesticide Commercialization in African Countries: Successful Case Studies
    15. Biopesticides in South America: Regulation and Commercialization
    16. Biopesticide Commercialization in Australia: Potential and Challenges
    17. Green Nano-Biopesticides: Ecological Costs and Commercial Potential

Product details

  • No. of pages: 500
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2023
  • Published: February 1, 2023
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323952903

About the Editor

Opender Koul

Dr. Opender Koul has spent more than 30 years studying the pest management using a variety of methods, including biopesticides and biotechnological techniques. He has published and spoken extensively on the topic of pesticides and leads his extensive global network of subject matter experts in this cohesive and complete volume designed to provide practical insight into the use of nanotechnology in effective pest management.

Affiliations and Expertise

Director, Insect Biopesticide Research Centre, Jalandhar, India, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand

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