The report titled “France Seed Market by Technology Type (Open Pollinated and Hybrid Seeds) by Crop Type (Corn, Wheat, Barley, Rapeseed, Sunflower, Sugar beet, Soybean, Fruits & Vegetables and Flower Seeds) – Outlook to 2022” provides a comprehensive analysis of seed market in France. The report covers France Seed market size, market segmentations by open pollinated and hybrid seeds, by crop type (corn, wheat, barley, rapeseed, sunflower, sugar beet, soybean, fruits & vegetables and flower seeds), by market source (domestic production and imports) and by market structure (organized and unorganized market). The report also covers market in different aspects such as trends and developments, issues and challenges, SWOT analysis, trade scenario, regulatory scenario, market share of major seed producers, company profiles of major seed producers (InVivo, DuPont, Syngenta, Monsanto, Rijk Zwaan, Sakata, Advanta, Vilmorin, ETS Roussineau, Phytosem, HM Clause) in seed market. The report provides detailed overview on future outlook & projections with analyst recommendations for the industry.
France has been the most dominant country in the agriculture sector in the European Union. It is one of the largest producers of cereal crops within Europe and the largest exporters of seeds in the world leading US and Netherlands. Owing to its good climatic conditions, diversity in crops and high yield per hectare of land the agriculture sector in the country has seen substantial growth in the past few decades. The seed industry in the country has seen substantial growth owing to the industry friendly policies of the government. The revenues of the seed market in France have reached USD ~ million in 2017 from USD ~ million in 2012. Over 52% of France’s land is used for agriculture production. The major crops produced in France are cereal crops for which around 62% (18.3 million hectare) of the total agricultural land in used. Around 34% (9.9 million hectare) of the agricultural land is used for pasture crops and 4% (1.2 million hectare) is used for the famous vineyards. Germany is the leading importer of French seeds followed by other European countries. The world class infrastructure along with focus of companies on development of high quality hybrid seeds has further augmented the growth of the market.
Market Segmentation of France Seed Market
Type of Seed: The seed market in France can be segmented into hybrid seeds and open pollinated seeds. The use of genetically modified seeds is banned in France. In terms of revenue, the open pollinated seeds accounted for ~ %, while the hybrid seeds accounted for ~ % of the total revenue of the seeds market in France in 2017.
Type of Crop: On the basis of crop the seed market in France was dominated by corn, wheat, barley, rapeseed, sunflower, sugar beet, soybean, fruits & vegetables and flower seeds.
By Source: Domestic Production dominates the French seed market in comparison to imports. The domestic production in the country accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) and the import of seeds accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) of the total seed market in France during 2017.
By Market Structure: The seed market in France is dominated by organized players which accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) share of the overall revenue during 2017. A number of unorganized players are also present in the market. The unorganized market accounted for ~% (USD ~ million) of the overall revenue during 2017.
Competitive Scenario in France Seed Market
The seed industry in the country has been dominated by organized; both domestic & global players in the market which have accounted for major market share during 2017. There exists health competition in the market due to a number of local players in the market. The indigenous players also focus development of newer varieties of seeds. Almost all the major companies produce their seeds in France and supply them locally as well as export to other countries. The market in France is dominated by players including InVivo, DuPont, Syngenta, Monsanto, Rijk Zwaan, Sakata, Advanta, Vilmorin, ETS Roussineau, Phytosem and HM Clause.
InVivo is one of the leaders of the seed market in France. Semences de France is a subsidy of the group dedicated for the seed market and comprises of a network of 35 cooperatives. The company produces seeds for corn, sunflower, rapeseed, sorghum, hybrid cereals, grasses and catch crop. The company has accounted a share of ~% of the total revenue during 2017. DuPont Pioneer is one of the largest producers of seeds in France. The company mainly produces seeds for soybean, corn and other forage seeds. DuPont accounted for share of ~% in the overall seed market during 2017 in France. Syngenta Seed France is a global company formed during 2000 by the merger of Novartis Agribusiness and Zeneca Agrochemicals. The company produces seeds for wheat, rape seed, corn, sunflower and a variety of vegetables. The company has accounted for a share of ~% in the overall market during 2017. Monsanto France is a subsidiary of a global seed company Monsanto based in St. Louis, US. The company produces range of vegetables seeds for the French market. The company has accounted for share of ~% in the overall market during 2017. Rijk Zwaan is a Dutch company established in Rotterdam. The company is amongst the top 5 vegetable breeding companies in the world. The company has accounted for a share of ~% in the overall market during 2017. Vilmorin is one of the oldest and among the leading seed producers in Europe. The company has its headquarters in France and produces a range of vegetable, field and garden seeds. The company has accounted for a share of ~% in the overall market during 2017. Other major players in the France seed market are Sakata, Advanta, ETS Roussineau, Phytosem and HM Clause.
Future Potential of France Seed Market
The revenue from the France seed industry is projected to register a robust growth over the period 2017-2022. It is projected to grow by CAGR of ~% over the period 2017-2022 and is expected to reach USD ~ million in 2022 as compared to USD ~ million in 2017. France is the leader in seed production in the world, ahead of US and Netherlands. It is likely that France will continue to have the major share of the global seed market as the exports to the European and other countries are expected to grow in the future. The overall growth in the market will be supported by the demand for cereal crop and forage seeds. The country has a world class infrastructure for research and development of newer varieties of hybrid seeds. The global companies have invested heavily into R&D in the country, there are various programmes being run by educational institutions focusing on capacity building for innovation. The organic farming sector in the country is booming. More and more farmers are adopting organic and sustainable methods of farming. This trend has led to increase in demand for vegetable seeds in the country. Collectively all these factors are expected to augment the overall seed market in France.
Key Topics Covered in the Report:
France Seed Market Research Analysis
Seed Production and Consumption
France Seed Market Research Demand Analysis
France Seed Production Capacity
Open Pollinated Seed Market
France Seed Market Segmentation by Technology
France Seed Market Segmentation by Crop Type
France Seed Market Segmentation by Market Structure
France Seed Market Segmentation by Domentic Production and Imports
Industry SWOT Analysis and Market Trends
Competition in the Industry
Regulatory Scenario in the Country
Industry Future Outlook and Recommendation
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