The global Agricultural Pheromones Market size is estimated to be valued at USD 2.9 billion in 2021. It is projected to reach USD 6.1 billion by 2026, recording a CAGR of 16.1% during the forecast period. The preference for conventional insecticides is declining. The recent ban on insecticide groups of neonicotinoids, such as thiamethoxam and fipronil, by the European Union is also a key factor that is projected to drive the growth of the agricultural pheromones market in Europe. Despite the growing awareness about IPM through government initiatives, crop growers are increasingly dependent on conventional inputs to increase crop productivity. However, significant growth in the application of pheromones for crops, such as grapes, cotton, sugarcane, peaches, okra, and oil palms, is witnessed in the region.
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Drivers: Pest proliferation as a result of rapid climate change
Rapid changes in climatic conditions have led to the prevalence and occurrence of plant pests and diseases. Continual fluctuations in climate play an important role in crop production and susceptibility of pests. Change in climatic conditions increases the susceptibility of crops to different diseases and pests, thereby negatively impacting the overall crop yield. Hence, changes in the climate not only lead to deviation in farming practices but also results in the decline of crop productivity. These factors have heightened the dependability of farmers on distinguished crop protection products for effective pest prevention, thereby propelling the market demand for agricultural pheromones over the next few years.
Restraints: High maintenance and production cost of agricultural pheromones
Integrated pest management strategy primarily focuses on the long-term prevention of pests by implementing techniques, such as biological control, modification of cultural practices, and utilization of resistant variants. The extensive knowledge of the pest life cycle and their interaction together with the employment of different pest control methods result in appropriate pest management with the least hazard to animal and human health. Therefore, farmers across the globe are focusing on such methodologies to decrease the environmental risks linked with pest management.
By mode of application, the dispensers segment dominated the market in 2020, due to the ease of handling and low cost
Dispensers are utilized for the application of insect pheromones in specified amounts to different types of crops. The dispensers should be placed at a particular height to be an effective source. Dispensers are most commonly utilized to monitor insect populations in arable crops, stored products, and forest ecosystems. An ideal dispenser should be renewable and should be made of cheap organic materials alongside being economically inexpensive and toxicologically inert. Pheromone-based devices are able to ensure the successful control of pests, such as codling moths, tomato pinworm, pink bollworm, and oriental fruit moth. Pheromone dispensers are of different types, such as passive pheromone dispensers, retrievable polymeric pheromone dispensers, hollow fibers, and high emission dispensers.
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The North America region dominated the agricultural pheromones market and is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 16.9% from 2021 to 2026.
The market for pheromones is growing in North America owing to the widening scope of applications in not only agriculture but also in forestry and for industrial purposes, such as in the food and pharmaceutical industries. ISCA produces a formulation to control noctuid moths on row crops that acts as a mating-disruption for the gypsy moth that is used by the US Forest Service. Some of the majorly grown agricultural crops in the region include cotton, tomatoes, grapes, corn, pome fruits, and stone fruits. These are some of the crops that are prone to attacks from various insect species, such as the pink bollworm, leaf miner, codling moth, and berry moths. In North America, pheromones are used for mating disruption purposes.
The key players in this market include Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd (Japan), Koppert Biological Systems (Netherlands), Isagro Group (Italy), Biobest Group NV (Belgium), Suterra LLC (US), Russell IPM (UK), ISCA Technologies (US), Trécé Incorporated (US), Bedoukian Research, Inc. (US), Pherobank B.V. (Netherlands), BASF (Germany), Certis Europe BV (Netherlands), Bioline AgroSciences Ltd. (US), Bio Controle (Brazil), and ATGC Biotech Pvt Ltd. (India).
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