Integrated Pheromones Market Report by 2031


Visiongain released a new report on Integrated Pest Control Pheromones Market report to 2031: By Product Type (Oviposition-Deterring Pheromones, Sex Pheromones, Alarm Pheromones, Aggregation Pheromones, Other Product Type), Based on Pheromone Type (Pheromone Traps, Pheromone Bait, Other pheromone type), Based on pest type (moths, fruit flies, beetles, Other pest type), Based on application (Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Storage facilities, Other application), Based on end-use (detection and monitoring, mating disorder , other end uses), PLUS COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Recovery Pattern Analysis (V-Shape, W-Shape, U-Shape, L-Shape) Profiles of Leading Companies, Region and Country.

The global integrated pest control (IPM) pheromones market is expected to experience significant growth. The growing population will lead to higher food consumption and higher agricultural profits. In addition, increased awareness of the effects of pesticides has led more farmers to implement viable integrated pesticide management programs. It is expected that these factors will increase the IPM Pheromones market over the estimated timeframe.

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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (WGP) working group on pesticides has developed guidance and guidance on the specific requirements of such pesticide management products with the aim of increasing the development, use and registration of pheromones and other semi-chemicals for insects and the reduction. The market is expected to experience limited development due to the limited scope of application. The very specific nature of pheromone programs enables the insurance of essential target species and rarely affects other insect species. This turns out to be a barrier to large-scale implementation of pheromones.

What factors could cause the Integrated Pest Control Pheromones market to expand?
Demand for products has been hampered by farmers’ inadequate knowledge of the appropriate use of IPM pheromones. However, local government programs are making farmers in developing countries such as China, India, and Indonesia more aware of the benefits of IPM pheromones. This ultimately fuels the demand for the product in agriculture. Lawn development and landscaping and horticulture are other uses of IPM pheromones. Due to the availability of cheap substitutes, the penetration of these pheromones in these applications is low. IPM pheromones are mainly used as insecticides and are therefore less popular than other agrochemicals.

The incorporation of integral pesticide technology into crop protection offers a variety of benefits to farmers, the environment and pesticide management organizations. The use of integrated pesticide management techniques reduces the farmer’s economic risk while promoting low-cost pesticide management. It reduces field workers’ health risks by promoting best practices for management. The reduction in land degradation and crop production is projected to increase demand for IPM pheromones over the projection horizon.

IPM pheromones are less invasive than other pesticides in developing agricultural economies such as India, China, Brazil, and Thailand. This is one of the main factors limiting the growth of the market. The long-term use and efficient results of pesticides reduce the acceptance of new techniques by farmers. Governments around the world are making efforts to educate farmers and farmers about the benefits of IPM pheromones. The limited use as an insecticide for certain purposes is a major obstacle to the wide implementation of IPM pheromones. It is well known that the use of insecticides in the crop protection scenario has an impact on non-target species. IPM pheromone providers must invest heavily in research and development to identify and control various pests in order to control a wide range of species.

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How does the product type segment work?
Sexual pheromones, which made up 64.8% of the world market, were the largest product areas. Sex pheromones are commonly used in fields to reduce insect growth. The best way to control bugs is to use them for mating disorders that reduce the number of insects on produce and trees. To pick males for mating purposes, sex pheromones are mainly collected from the female insects to lay the eggs. These insects then feed on plants that cause plants to be destroyed. Copulation Break is a highly integrated pesticide management module that distributes enormous amounts of sex pheromone across the growing area and reduces the ability of males to recognize females appropriately. Aggregation pheromones are widely used to attract male and female pests for the purpose of mass trapping insects in integrated pest management. These are used extensively for bark beetles, which can be held back with downspout traps or fall trees. Insects send out alarm pheromones in response to rapid changes or potential predators in the immediate area.

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Leading players
Active IPM
AgbiTech
AgrichemBio
AgriSense-BCS Ltd.
Laboratorio Agrochem, SL
ATGC Biotech
Atlas Agro
Russell IPM
Hercon Environmental Corporation
SemiosBIO technologies

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