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Indonesia Seed Market by Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds), by Hybrid Seeds and Non-hybrid Seeds, by Organized and Unorganized Players, by Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds - Outlook to 2021

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Ken Research announced its latest publication on "Indonesia Seed Market by Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds), by Hybrid Seeds and Non-hybrid Seeds, by Organized and Unorganized Players, by Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds – Outlook to 2021" suggested a rapid growth in Indonesia seed market, majorly driven by rising numbers of steps taken by the Ministry of Agriculture to make Indonesia a self-sufficient nation in food grains. The stakeholders of this report include seed manufacturers and distributing agents, companies involved in research, farmers in Indonesia and the new entrants and venture capitalists who wish to invest in seed market in future.
Detailed comparative analysis of major seed market players has also been provided. Various marketing analysis factors such as trends and developments and SWOT analysis are also added in the study. The future analysis of the overall Indonesia seed market has also been discussed along with recommendations from analyst view.

Indonesia Seed Market Overview and Size
The agriculture sector of Indonesia has witnessed an increased demand for wide varieties of seeds overtime. Vast and abundant fertile soil has made Indonesia being considered amongst the major agricultural countries in the world. As per the Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia grows ~ types of carbohydrate-rich produce, ~ types of beans, ~ types of fruits, ~ types of vegetables and ~ types of spices. An increased focus of introducing hybrid seeds by the domestic and global players in the space has significantly boosted the market revenues over the recent past. Rising demand for staple food crops including rice and corn has resulted in augmented revenues from seeds in the market. The overall seed market in Indonesia augmented from USD ~ million in 2011 to USD ~ million in 2016 at a CAGR of ~% during the same period.

Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation
Grains and cereal seeds dominated the market and contributed ~% to the overall revenues generated from sales of various types of seeds in Indonesia, accounting for USD ~ million during 2016. The initiative of the government to make Indonesia a self-sufficient corn nation led to increased volumes of corn seeds being sold, thus making this segment acquire a dominant position in market revenues during 2016.
Indonesia is the largest palm oil producer in the world and the expansion in oil palm plantation area in the country has triggered the growth of revenues from sales of plantation crop seeds during 2016. The islands of Indonesia had about ~ million hectares of land under palm oil cultivation during the same year.
The least share in the market revenues from sales of various types of seeds in the islands of Indonesia was contributed by fruits and vegetables seeds sold during 2016. The segment accounted for a minority share of ~% and contributed USD ~ million to the overall revenues during 2016.

Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
The seed market in Indonesia is highly competitive due to large number of domestic and global players offering a wide variety of seeds in the space. The market is dominated by the unorganized players catering to the needs of the farmers to meet the growing demand for various food crops in the country. However, organized domestic and global seed market players operating in Indonesia have a dominating share in the sales of vegetable seeds. The major companies which collectively hold about ~% of the share of organized seed market include PT Bisi International Tbk with revenues of USD ~ million, PT East West Seed Indonesia, PT DuPont Indonesia, PT Syngenta Indonesia with revenues of USD ~ million, Monsanto Indonesia and PT Advanta Seeds Indonesia with revenues of USD ~ million during 2016. Seed companies are competing on the basis of price of seeds, the type of seeds offered, distribution network and reach of the market players, and continuous research and development for introduction of new seeds in the country. Major organized players offering grains and cereals seeds in the country were PT Bisi International Tbk, PT DuPont Indonesia, PT Syngenta Indonesia and Monsanto Indonesia. Players which dominated the revenues from plantation crops seeds included PT SMART Tbk, PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk, PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk and PT Sampoerna Agro Tbk. The revenues from sales of fruits and vegetables seeds were driven by PT East West Seeds Indonesia and PT Bisi International Tbk.

Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections
The revenues generated by seed market players in Indonesia are projected to augment to USD ~ million in 2021 from USD ~ million in 2016, registering a robust CAGR of ~% during the period 2016-2021. The demand for seeds in the country is expected to be driven primarily by the new strategic plan of the Ministry of Agriculture for 2015-2019. The emphasis on achieving self-sufficiency by increasing the production of corn, soybean, chili, onions and other major food crops during the outlook period is anticipated to boost the revenues of the players offering seeds for producing crops in Indonesia. The market is also expected to benefit from the increasing middle class population in Indonesia, which is projected to boost the demand for fruits and other horticulture crops. Indonesia seed market is anticipated to become highly competitive, with organized players gaining significant market share on the back of their strong R&D and financial strength.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

  • Indonesia Agriculture Overview
  • Value Chain Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
  • Indonesia Seed Market Size by Revenue
  • Market Segmentation - By Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds); By Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others); By Plantation Crops Seeds (Palm Oil Seeds, Rubber Seeds, Coconut Seeds, Coffee Seeds, Cocoa Seeds and Others); By Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others); By Hybrid Seeds and Non-hybrid Seeds; By Organized and Unorganized Players; By Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds
  • Case Study for Determining Cost Benefit Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds as Compared to Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
  • Consumer Viewpoints in Indonesia Seed Market
  • SWOT Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
  • Trends and Developments in Indonesia Seed Market
  • Issues and Challenges in Indonesia Seed Market
  • Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
  • Company Profiles of Major Seed Market Players
  • Future Outlook and Projections for Indonesia Seed Market
  • Analyst Recommendations
  • Macro-Economic Factors Impacting Indonesia Seed Market
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1. Executive Summary
Market Overview and Present Scenario
Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation
Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections
2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
General Approach – Market Sizing
Market Sizing – Indonesia Seed Market
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Limitations
Final Conclusion
3. Indonesia Seed Market Introduction
4. Value Chain Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
Problems in Value Chain
5. Agricultural Overview
5.1. Total Land under Cultivation and Distribution by Major Crops
Total Land under Cultivation, 2011-2015
Land under Cultivation of Major Food Crops in Indonesia
Land under Cultivation of Major Plantation Crops in Indonesia
5.2. Changes in Cropping Patterns of Major Crops and Factors Driving Change
5.2.1. Expected Changes in Cropping Pattern of Rice, Cassava and Maize in Indonesia
Rice
Cassava
Maize (Corn)
Palm Oil
Rubber
Sugarcane
5.3. Farm Holding Structure in Indonesia
5.3.1. Number of Farms and Farm Holding Size, 2010-2015
5.3.2. Nature of Ownership
Palm Oil and Rubber Plantation Ownership Structure
Sugarcane Plantation Ownership Structure
Food Crops Land Ownership Structure
Land Ownership Rights Problem
Anticipated Regulation on Land Ownership size limit of new Palm Oil Plantation
5.4. Agricultural Practices
Intensive/Extensive Agriculture
Scale of Mechanization
5.5. Snapshot on Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Land In Indonesia
5.6. Existing Problems in Agricultural Development in Indonesia
6. Indonesia Seed Market Size By Revenues, 2011-2016
7. Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation
7.1. By Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds), 2016
7.1.1. By Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), 2016
By Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds
By Organized and Unorganized Players, 2016
7.1.2. By Type of Plantation Crop Seeds (Palm Oil Seeds, Rubber Seeds, Coconut Seeds, Coffee Seeds, Cocoa Seeds and Others), 2016
By Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds
By Organized and Unorganized Players, 2016
7.1.3. By Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), 2016
By Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds, 2016
By Organized and Unorganized Players, 2016
7.2. By Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds, 2016
8. Case Study for Determining Cost Benefit Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds as Compared to Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
Cropping Cycle: November-February
Cropping Cycle: March-June
Cropping Cycle: July-September
Profitability Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds Over Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds
9. Consumer Viewpoints in Indonesia Seed Market
9.1. Vendor Selection Criteria of Farmers in Indonesia Seed Market
9.2. Decision Making Factors Before Purchasing Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
9.3. Pain Points Faced by Farmers After Purchasing Seeds in Indonesia
Low Productivity Due to the Absence of Better Quality Seeds
Lack of Proper Distribution Network
10. SWOT Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
11. Trends and Developments in Indonesia Seed Market
11.1. Increasing Palm Oil Production and Exports in Indonesia, 2011-2016
11.2. Growth in Indonesia Horticulture Sector
11.3. Rising Initiatives to Surge Rice Production in Indonesia
11.4. Allocating Free Seeds to Increase Food Crop Production in Indonesia
11.5. Declining Dominant Position of Foreign Players in Indonesia Seed Market
11.6. Acceptance of Biotech Corn Seeds by Indonesian Farmers
12. Issues and Challenges in Indonesia Seed Market
12.1. New Plantation Law, 2014
12.2. Declining Employment in Indonesia Agriculture Sector, 2011-2016
12.3. Involvement of Longer Time to Develop Seeds
12.4. Unstable Climatic Conditions in Indonesia
13. Government Regulations in Indonesia Seed Market
13.1. Classification of Seeds as Per MoA
13.2. Certification Process of Seeds in Indonesia
13.3. Strategic Plan, 2015 - 2019
13.4. Import Mechanisms of Horticulture Seeds
General Provisions in International Trading of Horticulture Seeds
Import Provisions in Horticulture Seeds
Requirements for Importing Horticulture Seeds
Licensing Procedures for Import of Horticulture Seeds
14. Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
15. Company Profiles of Major Players in Indonesia Seed Market
15.1. PT Bisi International Tbk
15.2. PT East West Seed Indonesia
15.3. PT DuPont Indonesia
15.4. Other Major Players in Indonesia Seed Market
16. Company Profiles of Major Plantation Crops Companies in Indonesia
17. Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2016-2021
17.1. By Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds), 2021
17.1.1. By Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), 2021
17.1.2. By Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), 2021
17.2. By Organized and Unorganized Sector, 2021
17.3. Future Opportunities and Trends in Indonesia Seed Market, 2017-2021
18. Analyst Recommendations
19. Macro Economic Factors Affecting Indonesia Seed Market, 2011-2021
19.1. Crop Production in Indonesia, 2011-2021
19.2. Harvested Area under Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia, 2011-2021
19.3. Global Seed Market, 2011-2021
19.4. Agriculture Machinery Market in Indonesia, 2011-2016
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Figure 1-1: Indonesia Seed Market, 2016
Figure 2-1: Classification of grains and cereals seeds, plantation crops seeds, and fruits and vegetables seeds
Figure 3-1: Timeline of Major Seed Companies Established in Indonesia
Figure 4-1: Value Chain Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
Figure 5-1: Total Land Area under Cultivation in Indonesia in Million Hectares, 2011-2015
Figure 5-2: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Food Crops and Plantation Crops on the basis of Area in Percentage (%), 2010-2015
Figure 5-3: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Food Crops (Rice, Corn, Cassava, Soybean, Peanuts, Green Beans and Sweet Potatoes) on the basis of Area in Percentage (%), 2010-2015
Figure 5-4: Geographical Landscape of Indonesia
Figure 5-5: Number of Palm Oil Plantation Land Holding Split by Production Area in Percentage, 2013
Figure 7-1: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2011-2016
Figure 7-2: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy, Corn, Soy and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-3: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-4: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-5: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Plantation Crop Seeds (Palm Oil, Rubber, Coconut, Coffee, Cocoa and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-6: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-7: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-8: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage, 2016
Figure 7-9: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-10: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-11: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds on the Basis of Total Seed Requirement in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 11-1: Palm Oil Production and Exports in Indonesia on the Basis of Volume in Million Tons, 2011-2016
Figure 11-2: Rice Production in Indonesia on the Basis of Volume in Million Tons, 2011-2016
Figure 12-1: Employment Rate in Agricultural Sector as Percentage of Total Employment in Indonesia, 2011-2016
Figure 12-2: Process of F1 Hybrid Seed Availability in Indonesia
Figure 15-1: PT Bisi International Tbk Financial Performance on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2014-2016
Figure 15-2: Financial Performance of Bisi International on the Basis of Revenue Stream from Field Crop, Agri Chemicals and Horticulture Seeds in Percentage (%), 2014-2016
Figure 17-1: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2021
Figure 17-2: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2021
Figure 17-3: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016 and 2021
Figure 17-4: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016 and 2021
Figure 17-5: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage, 2021
Figure 17-6: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector in Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage, 2021
Figure 19-1: Crop Production in Indonesia on the basis of Quantity in Million Tons, 2011-2021
Figure 19-2: Harvested Area under Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia in Thousand Hectares, 2011-2021
Figure 19-3: Global Seed Market in USD Billion, 2011-2021
Figure 19-4: Agriculture Machinery Market in Indonesia in USD Million, 2011-2021


List Of Table

Table 2-1: Correlation Matrix for Indonesia Seed Market
Table 2-2: Regression Coefficients Output
Table 3-1: Cross Comparison of Organized and Unorganized Players in Indonesia Seed Market by Hybrid/ Non-Hybrid Seeds, Major Seeds Sold, Target Customers, Pricing, R&D, Number of Seed Producers, Sales Channels, Market Share, Cost of Production, and After Sales Services
Table 5-1: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Food Crops and Plantation Crops on the basis of Area in Thousand Hectares, 2010-2015
Table 5-2: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Crops (Rice, Maize, Sugarcane, Peanut, Beans and Others) on the basis Area in Thousand Hectares, 2010-2015
Table 5-3: Area and Production of Palm Oil by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-4: Area and Production of Coconut by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-5: Area and Production of Rubber by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-6: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Plantation Crops (Palm Oil, Coconut, Rubber, Coffee, Cocoa, Coffee, Sugarcane and Others) on the basis of Land Area in Percentage (%), 2011-2015
Table 5-7: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Crops (Palm Oil, Coconut, Rubber, Cocoa, Coffee, Sugarcane and Others) on the basis of Area in Thousand Hectares, 2011-2015
Table 5-8: Area and Production of Sugarcane by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-9: Average Annual Rainfall in Indonesia by Region on the basis of Season (Dry Season/Wet Season) in Millimeters, 2014 and 2015
Table 5-10: Average Annual Temperature in Indonesia by Region on the basis of Season (Dry Season/Wet Season) in Celsius, 2014 and 2015
Table 5-11: Flood Area for Paddy Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-12: Drought Area for Paddy Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-13: Flood Area for Maize Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-14: Drought Area for Maize Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-15: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Rice in Indonesia
Table 5-16: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Cassava in Indonesia
Table 5-17: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Maize in Indonesia
Table 5-18: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Palm Oil in Indonesia
Table 5-19: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Rubber in Indonesia
Table 5-20: Expected changes in Cropping Patterns of Sugarcane in Indonesia
Table 5-21: Number of Farms in Indonesia in Million, 2010-2015
Table 5-22: Segmentation of Farms in Indonesia on the Basis on Farm Size in Millions, 2003 and 2013
Table 5-23: Average Land Holding Size in Indonesia and its Major Regions (Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Kalimantan) in Hectares (Ha), 2015
Table 5-24: Number of Plantations (Smallholders, Private and Government Enterprises) Producing Palm Oil Plantation for Indonesia, 2011 – 2016E
Table 5-25: Number of Plantations (Smallholders, Private and Government Enterprises) Producing Palm Oil Plantation Region wise, 2011 - 2016
Table 5-26: Ownership Structure of Plantation Crops (Palm Oil and Rubber Crop) by Area in Hectares, 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-27: Ownership Structure of Palm Oil Region wise in Hectares, 2011-2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-28: Indonesia Intensive/Extensive Agriculture Practices by Region on the basis of Labor and Capital in Percentage (%), 2015
Table 5-29: Evolutionary Stages in Farm Mechanization on the Basis of Farming System Stages in Indonesia
Table 5-30: Mechanization Utilized During Pre-Harvest Crop Production in Indonesia
Table 5-31: Type of Method Used for Post-Harvest Crop Process in Indonesia
Table 5-32: Mechanization Level in Indonesia by Region on the basis of Pre-Harvest and Post-Harvest Crop Production in Percentage, 2010-2015
Table 5-33: Existing Problems in Agricultural Development in Indonesia
Table 6-1: Rationale and Description for Indonesia Seed Market Size on the Basis of Revenues, 2011-2016
Table 6-2: Indonesia Seed Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2011-2016
Table 7-1: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds), 2016
Table 7-2: Cross Comparison between Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds
Table 7-3: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2011-2016
Table 7-4: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy, Corn, Soy and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-5: Monthly Average Consumption per Capita of Major Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia by Provinces in Kilogram, 2016
Table 7-6: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-7: Hybridization Rate in Major Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia in Percentage (%), 2016
Table 7-8: Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seed Requirement for Growing Grains and Cereals Crops per Hectare in Kilogram
Table 7-9: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-10: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Plantation Crop Seeds (Palm Oil, Rubber, Coconut, Coffee, Cocoa and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-11: Production of Plantation Crops in Indonesia by Types of Crops in Thousand Tons, 2016
Table 7-12: Number of Large Plantation Crop Companies in Indonesia by Types of Crops, 2012–2016
Table 7-13: Planted Area of Large Plantation Crops in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Hectares, 2012–2016
Table 7-14: Production of Large Plantation Crops in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Tons, 2012–2016
Table 7-15: Planted Area of Smallholder Plantations in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Hectares, 2012–2016
Table 7-16: Production of Smallholder Plantations in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Tons, 2012–2016
Table 7-17: Planted Area of Smallholder Plantations in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Hectares, 2012–2016
Table 7-18: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-19: Hybridization Rate in Plantation Crops in Indonesia in Percentage (%), 2016
Table 7-20: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-21: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-22: Production of Seasonal Vegetables and Fruits in Indonesia by Kinds of Plants in Tons, 2016
Table 7-23: Harvested Area of Vegetables in Indonesia by Province in Hectares, 2016
Table 7-24: Production of Vegetables in Indonesia by Province in Tons, 2016
Table 7-25: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-26: Hybridization Rate in Major Fruits and Vegetables Crops in Indonesia in Percentage (%), 2016
Table 7-27: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 8-1: Pros and Cons of Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds
Table 8-2: Composition of Production, Cost and Revenues for Producing Corn by Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds during November-February
Table 8-3: Composition of Production, Cost and Revenues for Producing Corn by Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds during March-June
Table 8-4: Composition of Production, Cost and Revenues for Producing Corn by Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds during July-September
Table 8-5: Cost Benefit Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds and Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
Table 9-1: Decision Making Factors before Purchasing Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
Table 10-1: SWOT Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
Table 11-1: Planned Allocation of Free Seeds to Increase Food Crop Production in Indonesia on the Basis of Volume in Hectare, 2016-2017
Table 13-1: Categories of Seeds under Different Labels in Indonesia
Table 13-2: Potato Seed Certification Process in Indonesia, 2016
Table 13-3: Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Agriculture, 2015-2019
Table 13-4: Import Requirements for Horticulture Seeds in Indonesia, 2017
Table 14-1: Major Parameters to Analyze Competition in Indonesia Seed Market
Table 15-1: Company Profile of PT Bisi International Tbk Including Company Overview, USP, Subsidiaries, Product Portfolio, Production Facilities, Production Capacity, Marketing Strategies, Future Strategies, and Number of Employees
Table 15-2: PT Bisi International Tbk Production Facilities in Indonesia, 2016
Table 15-3: PT Bisi International Tbk Financial Highlights in USD Million, 2014 - 2016
Table 15-4: PT Bisi International Tbk Sales Volume, January 2016 – September 2016
Table 15-5: Company Profile of PT East West Seed Indonesia Including Company Overview, USP, Product Portfolio, Future Strategies, and Number of Employees
Table 15-6: PT East West Seed Indonesia Product Portfolio on the Basis of Crops
Table 15-7: Company Profile of PT DuPont Indonesia including Company Overview, USP, Product Portfolio, Catered Sectors, Production Facilities, Future Strategies, and Number of Employees
Table 15-8: Company Profile of Other Major Players (PT Syngenta Indonesia, Monsanto Indonesia, PT Asian Hybrid Seeds Technologies Indonesia, PT Advanta Seeds Indonesia, PT Takii Indonesia, PT Java Seed Indonesia, and PT Koreana Seed Indonesia) in Indonesia Seed Market
Table 16-1: Company Profiles of Major Plantation Crops Companies (PT SMART Tbk, PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk, PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk, and PT Sampoerna Agro Tbk) in Indonesia
Table 17-1: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016-2021
Table 17-2: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-3: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-4: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016 and 2021
Table 17-5: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-6: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector in Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-7: Future Opportunities and Trends in Indonesia Seed Market, 2017-2021
Table 18-1: Analyst Recommendations for Indonesia Seed Market
Table 19-1: Key Developments in Crop Production in Indonesia, 2011-2021
Table 19-2: Key Developments in Harvested Area under Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia, 2011-2021
Table 19-3: Key Developments in Global Seed Market, 2011-2021
Table 19-4: Key Developments in Agriculture Machinery Market in Indonesia, 2011-2021

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Fruits and Vegetables Seeds - Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others; Grains and Cereals Seeds - Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others; Plantation Crop Seeds - Palm Oil Seeds, Rubber Seeds, Coconut Seeds, Coffee Seeds, Cocoa Seeds and Others, Farmer saved Seed, Commercial seed, Hybrid Seed, Seed Replacement rate, Hybridization Rate, Open Pollinated Seed


Companies

PT Bisi International Tbk, PT East West Seed Indonesia, PT DuPont Indonesia, PT Syngenta Indonesia, Monsanto Indonesia, PT Asian Hybrid Seeds Technologies Indonesia, PT Advanta Seeds Indonesia, PT Takii Indonesia, PT Java Seed Indonesia, and PT Koreana Seed Indonesia, PT SMART Tbk, PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk, PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk, and PT Sampoerna Agro Tbk

Ken Research announced its latest publication on "Indonesia Seed Market by Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds), by Hybrid Seeds and Non-hybrid Seeds, by Organized and Unorganized Players, by Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds – Outlook to 2021" suggested a rapid growth in Indonesia seed market, majorly driven by rising numbers of steps taken by the Ministry of Agriculture to make Indonesia a self-sufficient nation in food grains. The stakeholders of this report include seed manufacturers and distributing agents, companies involved in research, farmers in Indonesia and the new entrants and venture capitalists who wish to invest in seed market in future.
Detailed comparative analysis of major seed market players has also been provided. Various marketing analysis factors such as trends and developments and SWOT analysis are also added in the study. The future analysis of the overall Indonesia seed market has also been discussed along with recommendations from analyst view.

Indonesia Seed Market Overview and Size
The agriculture sector of Indonesia has witnessed an increased demand for wide varieties of seeds overtime. Vast and abundant fertile soil has made Indonesia being considered amongst the major agricultural countries in the world. As per the Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia grows ~ types of carbohydrate-rich produce, ~ types of beans, ~ types of fruits, ~ types of vegetables and ~ types of spices. An increased focus of introducing hybrid seeds by the domestic and global players in the space has significantly boosted the market revenues over the recent past. Rising demand for staple food crops including rice and corn has resulted in augmented revenues from seeds in the market. The overall seed market in Indonesia augmented from USD ~ million in 2011 to USD ~ million in 2016 at a CAGR of ~% during the same period.

Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation
Grains and cereal seeds dominated the market and contributed ~% to the overall revenues generated from sales of various types of seeds in Indonesia, accounting for USD ~ million during 2016. The initiative of the government to make Indonesia a self-sufficient corn nation led to increased volumes of corn seeds being sold, thus making this segment acquire a dominant position in market revenues during 2016.
Indonesia is the largest palm oil producer in the world and the expansion in oil palm plantation area in the country has triggered the growth of revenues from sales of plantation crop seeds during 2016. The islands of Indonesia had about ~ million hectares of land under palm oil cultivation during the same year.
The least share in the market revenues from sales of various types of seeds in the islands of Indonesia was contributed by fruits and vegetables seeds sold during 2016. The segment accounted for a minority share of ~% and contributed USD ~ million to the overall revenues during 2016.

Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
The seed market in Indonesia is highly competitive due to large number of domestic and global players offering a wide variety of seeds in the space. The market is dominated by the unorganized players catering to the needs of the farmers to meet the growing demand for various food crops in the country. However, organized domestic and global seed market players operating in Indonesia have a dominating share in the sales of vegetable seeds. The major companies which collectively hold about ~% of the share of organized seed market include PT Bisi International Tbk with revenues of USD ~ million, PT East West Seed Indonesia, PT DuPont Indonesia, PT Syngenta Indonesia with revenues of USD ~ million, Monsanto Indonesia and PT Advanta Seeds Indonesia with revenues of USD ~ million during 2016. Seed companies are competing on the basis of price of seeds, the type of seeds offered, distribution network and reach of the market players, and continuous research and development for introduction of new seeds in the country. Major organized players offering grains and cereals seeds in the country were PT Bisi International Tbk, PT DuPont Indonesia, PT Syngenta Indonesia and Monsanto Indonesia. Players which dominated the revenues from plantation crops seeds included PT SMART Tbk, PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk, PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk and PT Sampoerna Agro Tbk. The revenues from sales of fruits and vegetables seeds were driven by PT East West Seeds Indonesia and PT Bisi International Tbk.

Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections
The revenues generated by seed market players in Indonesia are projected to augment to USD ~ million in 2021 from USD ~ million in 2016, registering a robust CAGR of ~% during the period 2016-2021. The demand for seeds in the country is expected to be driven primarily by the new strategic plan of the Ministry of Agriculture for 2015-2019. The emphasis on achieving self-sufficiency by increasing the production of corn, soybean, chili, onions and other major food crops during the outlook period is anticipated to boost the revenues of the players offering seeds for producing crops in Indonesia. The market is also expected to benefit from the increasing middle class population in Indonesia, which is projected to boost the demand for fruits and other horticulture crops. Indonesia seed market is anticipated to become highly competitive, with organized players gaining significant market share on the back of their strong R&D and financial strength.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

  • Indonesia Agriculture Overview
  • Value Chain Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
  • Indonesia Seed Market Size by Revenue
  • Market Segmentation - By Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds); By Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others); By Plantation Crops Seeds (Palm Oil Seeds, Rubber Seeds, Coconut Seeds, Coffee Seeds, Cocoa Seeds and Others); By Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others); By Hybrid Seeds and Non-hybrid Seeds; By Organized and Unorganized Players; By Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds
  • Case Study for Determining Cost Benefit Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds as Compared to Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
  • Consumer Viewpoints in Indonesia Seed Market
  • SWOT Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
  • Trends and Developments in Indonesia Seed Market
  • Issues and Challenges in Indonesia Seed Market
  • Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
  • Company Profiles of Major Seed Market Players
  • Future Outlook and Projections for Indonesia Seed Market
  • Analyst Recommendations
  • Macro-Economic Factors Impacting Indonesia Seed Market
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Scope

1. Executive Summary
Market Overview and Present Scenario
Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation
Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections
2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
General Approach – Market Sizing
Market Sizing – Indonesia Seed Market
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Limitations
Final Conclusion
3. Indonesia Seed Market Introduction
4. Value Chain Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
Problems in Value Chain
5. Agricultural Overview
5.1. Total Land under Cultivation and Distribution by Major Crops
Total Land under Cultivation, 2011-2015
Land under Cultivation of Major Food Crops in Indonesia
Land under Cultivation of Major Plantation Crops in Indonesia
5.2. Changes in Cropping Patterns of Major Crops and Factors Driving Change
5.2.1. Expected Changes in Cropping Pattern of Rice, Cassava and Maize in Indonesia
Rice
Cassava
Maize (Corn)
Palm Oil
Rubber
Sugarcane
5.3. Farm Holding Structure in Indonesia
5.3.1. Number of Farms and Farm Holding Size, 2010-2015
5.3.2. Nature of Ownership
Palm Oil and Rubber Plantation Ownership Structure
Sugarcane Plantation Ownership Structure
Food Crops Land Ownership Structure
Land Ownership Rights Problem
Anticipated Regulation on Land Ownership size limit of new Palm Oil Plantation
5.4. Agricultural Practices
Intensive/Extensive Agriculture
Scale of Mechanization
5.5. Snapshot on Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Land In Indonesia
5.6. Existing Problems in Agricultural Development in Indonesia
6. Indonesia Seed Market Size By Revenues, 2011-2016
7. Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation
7.1. By Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds), 2016
7.1.1. By Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), 2016
By Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds
By Organized and Unorganized Players, 2016
7.1.2. By Type of Plantation Crop Seeds (Palm Oil Seeds, Rubber Seeds, Coconut Seeds, Coffee Seeds, Cocoa Seeds and Others), 2016
By Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds
By Organized and Unorganized Players, 2016
7.1.3. By Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), 2016
By Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds, 2016
By Organized and Unorganized Players, 2016
7.2. By Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds, 2016
8. Case Study for Determining Cost Benefit Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds as Compared to Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
Cropping Cycle: November-February
Cropping Cycle: March-June
Cropping Cycle: July-September
Profitability Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds Over Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds
9. Consumer Viewpoints in Indonesia Seed Market
9.1. Vendor Selection Criteria of Farmers in Indonesia Seed Market
9.2. Decision Making Factors Before Purchasing Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
9.3. Pain Points Faced by Farmers After Purchasing Seeds in Indonesia
Low Productivity Due to the Absence of Better Quality Seeds
Lack of Proper Distribution Network
10. SWOT Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
11. Trends and Developments in Indonesia Seed Market
11.1. Increasing Palm Oil Production and Exports in Indonesia, 2011-2016
11.2. Growth in Indonesia Horticulture Sector
11.3. Rising Initiatives to Surge Rice Production in Indonesia
11.4. Allocating Free Seeds to Increase Food Crop Production in Indonesia
11.5. Declining Dominant Position of Foreign Players in Indonesia Seed Market
11.6. Acceptance of Biotech Corn Seeds by Indonesian Farmers
12. Issues and Challenges in Indonesia Seed Market
12.1. New Plantation Law, 2014
12.2. Declining Employment in Indonesia Agriculture Sector, 2011-2016
12.3. Involvement of Longer Time to Develop Seeds
12.4. Unstable Climatic Conditions in Indonesia
13. Government Regulations in Indonesia Seed Market
13.1. Classification of Seeds as Per MoA
13.2. Certification Process of Seeds in Indonesia
13.3. Strategic Plan, 2015 - 2019
13.4. Import Mechanisms of Horticulture Seeds
General Provisions in International Trading of Horticulture Seeds
Import Provisions in Horticulture Seeds
Requirements for Importing Horticulture Seeds
Licensing Procedures for Import of Horticulture Seeds
14. Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Seed Market
15. Company Profiles of Major Players in Indonesia Seed Market
15.1. PT Bisi International Tbk
15.2. PT East West Seed Indonesia
15.3. PT DuPont Indonesia
15.4. Other Major Players in Indonesia Seed Market
16. Company Profiles of Major Plantation Crops Companies in Indonesia
17. Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2016-2021
17.1. By Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds), 2021
17.1.1. By Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), 2021
17.1.2. By Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), 2021
17.2. By Organized and Unorganized Sector, 2021
17.3. Future Opportunities and Trends in Indonesia Seed Market, 2017-2021
18. Analyst Recommendations
19. Macro Economic Factors Affecting Indonesia Seed Market, 2011-2021
19.1. Crop Production in Indonesia, 2011-2021
19.2. Harvested Area under Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia, 2011-2021
19.3. Global Seed Market, 2011-2021
19.4. Agriculture Machinery Market in Indonesia, 2011-2016
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List Of Figure

Figure 1-1: Indonesia Seed Market, 2016
Figure 2-1: Classification of grains and cereals seeds, plantation crops seeds, and fruits and vegetables seeds
Figure 3-1: Timeline of Major Seed Companies Established in Indonesia
Figure 4-1: Value Chain Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
Figure 5-1: Total Land Area under Cultivation in Indonesia in Million Hectares, 2011-2015
Figure 5-2: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Food Crops and Plantation Crops on the basis of Area in Percentage (%), 2010-2015
Figure 5-3: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Food Crops (Rice, Corn, Cassava, Soybean, Peanuts, Green Beans and Sweet Potatoes) on the basis of Area in Percentage (%), 2010-2015
Figure 5-4: Geographical Landscape of Indonesia
Figure 5-5: Number of Palm Oil Plantation Land Holding Split by Production Area in Percentage, 2013
Figure 7-1: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2011-2016
Figure 7-2: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy, Corn, Soy and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-3: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-4: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-5: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Plantation Crop Seeds (Palm Oil, Rubber, Coconut, Coffee, Cocoa and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-6: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-7: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-8: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage, 2016
Figure 7-9: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-10: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 7-11: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Farmer Saved and Commercial Seeds on the Basis of Total Seed Requirement in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 11-1: Palm Oil Production and Exports in Indonesia on the Basis of Volume in Million Tons, 2011-2016
Figure 11-2: Rice Production in Indonesia on the Basis of Volume in Million Tons, 2011-2016
Figure 12-1: Employment Rate in Agricultural Sector as Percentage of Total Employment in Indonesia, 2011-2016
Figure 12-2: Process of F1 Hybrid Seed Availability in Indonesia
Figure 15-1: PT Bisi International Tbk Financial Performance on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2014-2016
Figure 15-2: Financial Performance of Bisi International on the Basis of Revenue Stream from Field Crop, Agri Chemicals and Horticulture Seeds in Percentage (%), 2014-2016
Figure 17-1: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2021
Figure 17-2: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2021
Figure 17-3: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016 and 2021
Figure 17-4: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2016 and 2021
Figure 17-5: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage, 2021
Figure 17-6: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector in Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage, 2021
Figure 19-1: Crop Production in Indonesia on the basis of Quantity in Million Tons, 2011-2021
Figure 19-2: Harvested Area under Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia in Thousand Hectares, 2011-2021
Figure 19-3: Global Seed Market in USD Billion, 2011-2021
Figure 19-4: Agriculture Machinery Market in Indonesia in USD Million, 2011-2021


List Of Table

Table 2-1: Correlation Matrix for Indonesia Seed Market
Table 2-2: Regression Coefficients Output
Table 3-1: Cross Comparison of Organized and Unorganized Players in Indonesia Seed Market by Hybrid/ Non-Hybrid Seeds, Major Seeds Sold, Target Customers, Pricing, R&D, Number of Seed Producers, Sales Channels, Market Share, Cost of Production, and After Sales Services
Table 5-1: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Food Crops and Plantation Crops on the basis of Area in Thousand Hectares, 2010-2015
Table 5-2: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Crops (Rice, Maize, Sugarcane, Peanut, Beans and Others) on the basis Area in Thousand Hectares, 2010-2015
Table 5-3: Area and Production of Palm Oil by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-4: Area and Production of Coconut by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-5: Area and Production of Rubber by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-6: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Plantation Crops (Palm Oil, Coconut, Rubber, Coffee, Cocoa, Coffee, Sugarcane and Others) on the basis of Land Area in Percentage (%), 2011-2015
Table 5-7: Segmentation of Total Land under Cultivation in Indonesia by Major Crops (Palm Oil, Coconut, Rubber, Cocoa, Coffee, Sugarcane and Others) on the basis of Area in Thousand Hectares, 2011-2015
Table 5-8: Area and Production of Sugarcane by Region, 2014 and 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-9: Average Annual Rainfall in Indonesia by Region on the basis of Season (Dry Season/Wet Season) in Millimeters, 2014 and 2015
Table 5-10: Average Annual Temperature in Indonesia by Region on the basis of Season (Dry Season/Wet Season) in Celsius, 2014 and 2015
Table 5-11: Flood Area for Paddy Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-12: Drought Area for Paddy Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-13: Flood Area for Maize Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-14: Drought Area for Maize Field on the basis of Hectares in Indonesia, 2012-2014
Table 5-15: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Rice in Indonesia
Table 5-16: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Cassava in Indonesia
Table 5-17: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Maize in Indonesia
Table 5-18: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Palm Oil in Indonesia
Table 5-19: Expected Changes in Cropping Patterns of Rubber in Indonesia
Table 5-20: Expected changes in Cropping Patterns of Sugarcane in Indonesia
Table 5-21: Number of Farms in Indonesia in Million, 2010-2015
Table 5-22: Segmentation of Farms in Indonesia on the Basis on Farm Size in Millions, 2003 and 2013
Table 5-23: Average Land Holding Size in Indonesia and its Major Regions (Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Kalimantan) in Hectares (Ha), 2015
Table 5-24: Number of Plantations (Smallholders, Private and Government Enterprises) Producing Palm Oil Plantation for Indonesia, 2011 – 2016E
Table 5-25: Number of Plantations (Smallholders, Private and Government Enterprises) Producing Palm Oil Plantation Region wise, 2011 - 2016
Table 5-26: Ownership Structure of Plantation Crops (Palm Oil and Rubber Crop) by Area in Hectares, 2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-27: Ownership Structure of Palm Oil Region wise in Hectares, 2011-2015 (Provincial)
Table 5-28: Indonesia Intensive/Extensive Agriculture Practices by Region on the basis of Labor and Capital in Percentage (%), 2015
Table 5-29: Evolutionary Stages in Farm Mechanization on the Basis of Farming System Stages in Indonesia
Table 5-30: Mechanization Utilized During Pre-Harvest Crop Production in Indonesia
Table 5-31: Type of Method Used for Post-Harvest Crop Process in Indonesia
Table 5-32: Mechanization Level in Indonesia by Region on the basis of Pre-Harvest and Post-Harvest Crop Production in Percentage, 2010-2015
Table 5-33: Existing Problems in Agricultural Development in Indonesia
Table 6-1: Rationale and Description for Indonesia Seed Market Size on the Basis of Revenues, 2011-2016
Table 6-2: Indonesia Seed Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2011-2016
Table 7-1: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds), 2016
Table 7-2: Cross Comparison between Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds
Table 7-3: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crop Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2011-2016
Table 7-4: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy, Corn, Soy and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-5: Monthly Average Consumption per Capita of Major Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia by Provinces in Kilogram, 2016
Table 7-6: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-7: Hybridization Rate in Major Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia in Percentage (%), 2016
Table 7-8: Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seed Requirement for Growing Grains and Cereals Crops per Hectare in Kilogram
Table 7-9: Indonesia Grains and Cereals Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-10: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Plantation Crop Seeds (Palm Oil, Rubber, Coconut, Coffee, Cocoa and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-11: Production of Plantation Crops in Indonesia by Types of Crops in Thousand Tons, 2016
Table 7-12: Number of Large Plantation Crop Companies in Indonesia by Types of Crops, 2012–2016
Table 7-13: Planted Area of Large Plantation Crops in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Hectares, 2012–2016
Table 7-14: Production of Large Plantation Crops in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Tons, 2012–2016
Table 7-15: Planted Area of Smallholder Plantations in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Hectares, 2012–2016
Table 7-16: Production of Smallholder Plantations in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Tons, 2012–2016
Table 7-17: Planted Area of Smallholder Plantations in Indonesia by Type of Crops in Thousand Hectares, 2012–2016
Table 7-18: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-19: Hybridization Rate in Plantation Crops in Indonesia in Percentage (%), 2016
Table 7-20: Indonesia Plantation Crops Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-21: Indonesia Seed Market Segmentation by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-22: Production of Seasonal Vegetables and Fruits in Indonesia by Kinds of Plants in Tons, 2016
Table 7-23: Harvested Area of Vegetables in Indonesia by Province in Hectares, 2016
Table 7-24: Production of Vegetables in Indonesia by Province in Tons, 2016
Table 7-25: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Hybrid and Non-Hybrid Seeds on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 7-26: Hybridization Rate in Major Fruits and Vegetables Crops in Indonesia in Percentage (%), 2016
Table 7-27: Indonesia Fruits and Vegetables Seeds Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Players on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016
Table 8-1: Pros and Cons of Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds
Table 8-2: Composition of Production, Cost and Revenues for Producing Corn by Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds during November-February
Table 8-3: Composition of Production, Cost and Revenues for Producing Corn by Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds during March-June
Table 8-4: Composition of Production, Cost and Revenues for Producing Corn by Using Hybrid Seeds and Non-Hybrid Seeds during July-September
Table 8-5: Cost Benefit Analysis for Using Hybrid Corn Seeds and Non-Hybrid Corn Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
Table 9-1: Decision Making Factors before Purchasing Seeds by Farmers in Indonesia
Table 10-1: SWOT Analysis of Indonesia Seed Market
Table 11-1: Planned Allocation of Free Seeds to Increase Food Crop Production in Indonesia on the Basis of Volume in Hectare, 2016-2017
Table 13-1: Categories of Seeds under Different Labels in Indonesia
Table 13-2: Potato Seed Certification Process in Indonesia, 2016
Table 13-3: Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Agriculture, 2015-2019
Table 13-4: Import Requirements for Horticulture Seeds in Indonesia, 2017
Table 14-1: Major Parameters to Analyze Competition in Indonesia Seed Market
Table 15-1: Company Profile of PT Bisi International Tbk Including Company Overview, USP, Subsidiaries, Product Portfolio, Production Facilities, Production Capacity, Marketing Strategies, Future Strategies, and Number of Employees
Table 15-2: PT Bisi International Tbk Production Facilities in Indonesia, 2016
Table 15-3: PT Bisi International Tbk Financial Highlights in USD Million, 2014 - 2016
Table 15-4: PT Bisi International Tbk Sales Volume, January 2016 – September 2016
Table 15-5: Company Profile of PT East West Seed Indonesia Including Company Overview, USP, Product Portfolio, Future Strategies, and Number of Employees
Table 15-6: PT East West Seed Indonesia Product Portfolio on the Basis of Crops
Table 15-7: Company Profile of PT DuPont Indonesia including Company Overview, USP, Product Portfolio, Catered Sectors, Production Facilities, Future Strategies, and Number of Employees
Table 15-8: Company Profile of Other Major Players (PT Syngenta Indonesia, Monsanto Indonesia, PT Asian Hybrid Seeds Technologies Indonesia, PT Advanta Seeds Indonesia, PT Takii Indonesia, PT Java Seed Indonesia, and PT Koreana Seed Indonesia) in Indonesia Seed Market
Table 16-1: Company Profiles of Major Plantation Crops Companies (PT SMART Tbk, PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk, PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk, and PT Sampoerna Agro Tbk) in Indonesia
Table 17-1: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016-2021
Table 17-2: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-3: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Grains and Cereals Seeds (Rice/Paddy Seeds, Corn Seeds, Soy Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-4: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Type of Fruits and Vegetables Seeds (Tomato Seeds, Potato Seeds, Green Beans Seeds, Cassava Seeds, Onion Seeds, Sweet Potato Seeds and Others), on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2016 and 2021
Table 17-5: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-6: Indonesia Seed Market Future Outlook and Projections by Organized and Unorganized Sector in Types of Seeds (Fruits and Vegetables Seeds, Grains and Cereals Seeds and Plantation Crops Seeds) on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2021
Table 17-7: Future Opportunities and Trends in Indonesia Seed Market, 2017-2021
Table 18-1: Analyst Recommendations for Indonesia Seed Market
Table 19-1: Key Developments in Crop Production in Indonesia, 2011-2021
Table 19-2: Key Developments in Harvested Area under Grains and Cereals Crops in Indonesia, 2011-2021
Table 19-3: Key Developments in Global Seed Market, 2011-2021
Table 19-4: Key Developments in Agriculture Machinery Market in Indonesia, 2011-2021

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Companies

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