Upcoming Growth Trends in the Agricultural Pheromones Market

Agricultural pheromones are chemical compounds produced by insects and other organisms in the agricultural ecosystem. These chemicals play a crucial role in the communication and behavior of pests, beneficial insects, and even some plants. They are used in various ways to manage agricultural pests and improve crop yields while reducing the reliance on chemical pesticides.

According to MarketsandMarkets, the agricultural pheromones market is projected to reach USD 8.2 billion by 2028 from 3.9 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 16.2% during the forecast period in terms of value. A number of variables influence the need for agricultural pheromones worldwide. Initially, there is a global shift away from chemical-intensive farming practices and a growing emphasis on sustainable agriculture practices. Agricultural pheromones provide a targeted, all-natural pest management strategy that lessens the need for toxic pesticides. In addition, farmers are looking for creative ways to maximize agricultural yields due to the growing world population and the necessity to increase food production. Pheromones are essential for enhancing pollination and elevating agricultural output. Regulatory demands and customer demands for pesticide-free produce have also accelerated the use of agricultural pheromones as a secure and environmentally friendly pest control method.

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The list of Top Key Players in the Agricultural Pheromones Market Report are : 

Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd (Japan), BASF SE (Germany), Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Japan), Biobest Group NV (Belgium), The Wonderful Company LLC (US), Russell IPM (UK), ISCA Technologies (US), Trécé Incorporated (US), Bedoukian Research, Inc. (US), Pherobank (Netherlands), Koppert Biological Systems (Netherlands), Gowan Company (US), InVivo (France), Bio Controle (Brazil), and ATGC Biotech Pvt Ltd. (India).

Shin-Etsu (Japan), Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd is a leading manufacturer of agricultural pheromones founded as Shin-Etsu Nitrogen Co., Ltd. initially manufactured chemical fertilizer and limestone nitrogen. The company operates through four business segments that include infrastructure materials, electronics materials, functional materials, processing & specialized services. The company offers pheromones through its functional materials business segment. The company has its domestic as well as overseas production bases. There are 27 domestic production bases and 93 production bases across Asia, Oceania, Europe, North America, and South America. In Japan, the company has its R&D divisions located within the premises of each production plant, that allows the company to quickly develop products along with extensive research support.

Koppert Biological Systems (Netherland), Koppert Biological Systems is involved in the production and distribution of biological solutions, which aids in coping with challenges, such as pest control, disease control, boosting pollination, and plant growth promotion. The company provides pesticides, pollination systems, distribution appliances (including blowing devices and dispersal systems), and monitoring solutions. It also provides pheromone traps through its monitoring solutions category. The company supports its customers across more than 100 countries for the successful application of sustainable growing methods. The company has 30 subsidiaries across regions such as North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe. In January 2023, Koppert Biological Systems completed the acquisition of Linderso AB, a prominent distributor in Sweden. The acquisition would enable the company to improve its geographical presence and commercial strength in the Scandinavian market.

The Asia Pacific region accounted for the largest growing market, in terms of value, of the global agricultural pheromones market in 2028.

Due to several variables, the market for agricultural pheromones is expanding in North America. As farmers look for alternatives to chemical pesticides, there is first a growing awareness of and adoption of sustainable farming practices in the area. Second, the demand for organic produce and governmental laws are pushing the need for efficient pest control techniques. Additionally, improvements in pheromone-based solution research and development have raised their affordability and efficacy, further boosting the market in North America.

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Market Driver : Increasing demand for sustainable crop protection solutions

The thriving agriculture industry has gradually paved the way for the increased organized production of agricultural commodities products, which is, in turn, boosting the agriculture industry. The global agriculture sector actively uses insecticides and pesticides to eliminate pests and attain high crop yields. As per the FAO, at the global level, total pesticides use in agriculture remained stable in 2020, at 2.7 million tonnes (Mt) of active ingredients. The worldwide application of pesticides per area of cropland was 1.8 kg/ha. On a per capita and per value of agricultural production basis, pesticides application was 0.69 kg/1000 litre and 0.37 kg/person, respectively. However, the rising consumer inclination toward the harmful effects of insecticides and chemical pesticides on human health has compelled farmers to improve their agricultural practices. This, in turn, led to the worldwide utilization of biopesticides and the implementation of a sustainable crop management system.