25 February 2021
Visiongain has published a new report on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Market Report to 2031: By Control Method (Biological Control, Chemical Control, Cultural Controls, Mechanical & Physical Controls, Other Control Method), On the basis of pheromone type (Pheromone traps, Pheromone lures, Other Pheromone Type), On the basis of pest type (Moths, Fruit Flies, Beetles, Others Pest Type), On the basis of application (Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Storage facilities , Other Application), On the basis of end use (Detection & monitoring, Mating disruption, Others End-Use), PLUS COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Recovery Pattern Analysis (V-shaped, W-shaped, U-shaped, L-shaped) Profiles of Leading Companies, Region and Country.
Visiongain has estimated that the total market for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) would be around $x million in 2020 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of x% during the forecast period 2021-2031. Integrated Pest management (IPM) is an effective approach to harmful diseases which relies on a combination of common sense practises. IPM programmes use comprehensive and current information on the life cycles and interactions of pests with the environment. This information is used to manage pest harm by the most economical way and with the lowest possible risk to humans, property, and the environment in combination with available pest management methods. This IPM approach can be used for farming and non-agricultural environments, for example, at home, garden and at work. IPM uses all relevant pesticide management options, including the prudent use of pesticides, but not limited to. By contrast, organic food production uses many different concepts like IPM but limits the use of pesticides, as opposed to the use of synthetic chemicals, to those produced from natural sources.
For the IPM industry, the agriculture sector is the major application. Over 31% of the total market in 2019 was in the application segment. Market companies invest in the development of various products and approaches to address insect-related problems and different diseases of different crop types. Application control approaches in the sector will improve the use of different products and methods rather than harmful chemicals to protect crops from plagues.
The IPM market is expected to grow over the forecast period in the commercial construction sector. As compared to regular controls, the cost associated to its use in commercial buildings is usually lower as long-term solutions are provided. The programme not only controls and prevents plagues, it also reduces humidity and saves energy.
Growing Application Area of IPM
Pests such as cockroaches and rodents in buildings, such as asthma attacks and allergic reactions, can lead to health problems. The technique employed to remove them from the residential sector employs products that do not affect its people. These factors should boost residential sector growth. The other areas of application include horticulture facilities and natural spaces. Insects and vertebrae, including pigs, rabbits, wild dogs and foxes, are related to IPM in nature and national parks. Weeds are managed in these areas by means of integrated controls which reduce chemical spraying.
Advanced Integrated Pest Management
IPM Pest Control
MB Integrated Pest Control
Bayer CropScience LP
IPM Technologies Pty Ltd.
Integrated Pest Management Solution (IPMS India)
Russell IPM Ltd.
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