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The Worldwide Agricultural Pheromones Industry will reach 6,1 Billion by 2026

The Worldwide Agricultural Pheromones Industry will reach 6,1 Billion by 2026

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A global agricultural pheromones market is estimated to be valued at USD 2.9 billion in 2021 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 16.1% by 2026 to reach USD 6.8 billion.

Over the forecast period, the market will be booming with the increase in demand for high-value crops such as organic fruits and vegetables, and organic commodities. Nowadays, consumers are conscious of the safety and nutritional value of food they eat and thus transform the implementation of pest management programs and the use of antisepticicides. Farmers are using environmentally friendly and sustainable initiatives to reduce the use of traditional pesticides recognized as unsafe and harmful by consumers.

Insect populations are highly suppressed by mass trapping.

In mass trapping, sex or aggregation pheromones are used to suppress the population of certain pest species. The Pheromones and traps attract large numbers of insects in combination with trappings. Aggregation pheromones are also used for their effectiveness in attracting both species's sexes, which ultimately reduces the damage to crops. Mass trapping is mostly used against Lepidoptera, Coleopteran, Dipteran and Hemipteren species. Females release species-specific sex pheromones that only attract males. For example, in bark beetles (Coleoptera), the species release aggregation phosphate. In

The microencapsulated pheromones find a wide application in mating disruption solutions.

The pheromone sprayer, such as piezoelectric microsprayer and microencapsulated sprayable, is used to control insect pests. The microencapsulated pheromones are small droplets of a pedromon enclosed in polymer capsules that control the rapture rate. These are manufactured in small sizes for use in water using normal air blast sprays, the same way as conventional pesticides. The application process, the higher reachability to multiple complex targets and the increasing effectiveness of pheromones are gaining popularity for mating and mass trapping purposes.

Pheromones can work together with host vegetable plant volatiles, which can be incorporated into the synthesis of Phosphorone and host plants.

Pheromones are applied to vegetable crops, such as tomatoes, potatoes, peas and eggplants. The most common species in tomato cultivation is the Keiferia lycopersicella and Tuta absoluta. Cydia nigricana and Leucinodes orbonalis are major pests, namely pea or eggplant crops. The key pests are potato crops. The growing need to control these insects by effective and sustainable insect control measures across the globe is a major factor that will drive the growth of the agricultural insect pheromones market.

In 2020, Asia Pacific made a 19.6% share in the agricultural pheromones market.

In the region, the farming industry is shifting from traditional agriculture practice systems to modern technological and innovative methods. The focus of agriculture has been to a shift from traditional to commercial crops. The shifts in the forestry imply effective pest control and modernized crop management techniques to create a better premium value for the crops.

In the region, the major fruit producers in the world are China and India, and also land in this region. China has strong demand for high-quality fruit, such as apples, pears and grapes. As a result, if you are not interested in organically produced grapes and other fruit crops, such as apples, which are imported from the USA, the tariff barriers make trade difficult. This has led to a need for large-scale organic produce of fruit crops to meet the growing domestic demand. This would push the demand for pheromones for fruit crops.

The key points were covered in key topics: 1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary Summary

4 Premium Insights with 4 InSight. 4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Agricultural Pheromones Market4.2 North America: Developing Countries: Agriculture PHEromons, by Country Type & Country 4, APHEROMone Market, By Country

5 Market Overview Increasing demand for high-Value Crops5.3.3.2 Supportive Regulations 5.3.4 Challenges5.4.1.1 Proliferation from Agricultural Pheromones with High-Ends of the Union Economic Models

The impact on the ecosystem and the extended Ecosystems on both the Eos and E. 6.1 Agricultural Pheromones Market: Ecosystem Analysis, by Stakeholder6.1.1 Raw Material Suppliers6,1.2 Manufacturers8.1.3 Traders & distributors7.1.4 End-users 6

Seven industry trends are on the rise. Spectra: The naive system: the emulation of the consumer: re-intensity of a product, thereby preventing obstructive movement, and reducing the impact on

8 Agricultural Pheromones Market, by Type, according to type. 8.1 Introduction8.2 COVID-19 Impact on the Agricultural Pheromones Market, by Type8-2.1 Optimistic Scenario8:2.3 Realistic Spenage:3 Sex Phenrom

Market for Agricultural Pheromones, by Function, 9 - Spectacularly based, Market, for Function. Detection & Monitoring9.4.1 High Suppression of Insect Population Through Mass Trapping 9.1 Introduction9.2 Mating Disruptione9.1 High Efficiency to Control Invasive Pests, such as

Market 10 Agricultural Pheromones, according to the type of application. In the Market, companies and organisations have launched a wide range of new applications to provide efficiencies in the production of dispensers10.4 Sprays10.4.1 Micro-encapsulated Pheromones for Increasingly finding applications

Pheromones market 11 (Agri-Phenomone Market, Type of Crop Type). Vibrators11.1 Species of the Osmos are the osmons of any plants that are cultivated.1 Other Types:11.5.1 romones used to detect insects in plants

Agricultural Pheromones Market, by Region 12 Markets, according to the region 12 Regions Region 1 Region 3 Region 2/ Region 5 Region 6 Region 4 Region 2 Region 7 Region 9 Region 8 Region (region 7) Region

Competitive Landscape: 13 Competitive landscapes. Prohibitive Companies13.8 Product Launches, Deals and Other Developments13.7.3 Others13.1 Overview13.2 Market Share Analysis13.3 Key Players: Strategies13.4 Revenue Analysis of Key players, 2016-202013.5 CO

Company profiles are 14 company profiles. 1.1 Psychiatrics, neophytes and iravirus, or cisoplasms. 2.1 Physiology and biochemistry: 2.9 naseya

15 Adjacent and Related Markets.

Appendix 16 of the appendices.

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