Agricultural Fumigants Market: Segmented: By Type (Phosphine, Chloropicrin, Telone, Metam Sodium And Others), By Application (Soil, Warehouse, and Others), And Region - Global Analysis Of Market Size, Share & Trends For 2019-2020 And Forecasts To 2031
[ 176 + Pages Research Report ] Agricultural Fumigants Market to surpass USD 2.42 billion by 2031 from USD 1.78 billion in 2021 at a CAGR of 3.08% in the coming years, i.e., 2021-31
The agricultural fumigation Market is used to get rid of soil diseases and pests before planting. Soil fumigation is universally employed wherever high-value agricultural crops are subjected to recurred monocultures. The chemical compounds used in soil fumigation have low boiling points, high vapor densities, relatively high Henry's Law constants (a measure of their partition potential between air and water phases), and are toxic to an extensive spectrum of biological organisms.
Global Agricultural Fumigants market is expected to project a notable CAGR of 3.08% in 2031.
The rise in the adoption of agricultural fumigants can be attributed to the growing infestation of pests & insects in storage and other crop storage rooms owing to biotic and abiotic factors, awareness about crop protection chemicals, and growth in markets. Markets such as China and India are among the main markets targeted by agricultural fumigants service suppliers owing to the existence of the post-harvest losses every year, causing losses to the farmers and other stakeholders involved. These are the chief factors that play a vital role in the adoption of agricultural fumigants services in the region.
Phosphine segment to grow with the highest CAGR during 2021-31
Global Agricultural Fumigants market is classified on the basis of Type into Phosphine, Chloropicrin, Telone, Metam Sodium, and others. The maximum share of this segment is mainly attributed to its growing application in both developed and developing countries as an alternative to methyl bromide. Furthermore, other reasons such as phosphine’s high degree of penetration, easy accessibility, less toxic nature, and more effectiveness as compared to other fumigants are further boosting the growth of the phosphine fumigants market and supporting its supremacy in the global agricultural fumigants market.
Warehouse segment to grow with the highest CAGR during 2021-31
Based on application, the global Agricultural Fumigants Market is fragmented into Soil, Warehouse, and Others. A warehouse is a leading application in Agricultural Fumigants Market. Warehouses are significant as the agricultural crop can be stored there as long as the farmer is not willing to sell his produce. In warehouses, the efficient use of fumigants results in maintaining crop value and productivity, which leads to market competitiveness. Several methods of pest control are deployed to kill, repel, or suppress insects, nematodes, and other pests that harm infrastructure, and stored food in warehouses. The agricultural fumigants market is gaining traction owing to the severe pest infestation caused in warehouses.
Rising focus on the reduction of post-harvest losses
The reduction of post-harvest food losses is a critical factor in ensuring food security. Post-harvest losses rise from freshly harvested agricultural produce changing handling. Post-harvest damages can be avoided by undertaking fumigation for pest prevention. For example, the decay of citrus waste is controlled by ammonia gas fumigation. Thus, fumigation technology helps in preventing post-harvest losses to keep the superiority of agricultural commodities. This, helps the market to grow lucratively.
The new invention as alternatives for methyl bromide fumigation
Increasing tolerance of pests toward methyl bromide fumigation, followed by its phasing out, has caused the adoption of suitable substitutes for methyl bromide for the management of stored products and to quarantine pests. Methyl bromide fumigant has many substitutes, such as phosphine, sulfuryl fluoride, carbonyl sulfide, ethyl formate, hydrogen cyanide, and methyl isothiocyanate. Thus, producers are concentrating on new product expansions by investing in R&D activities for active ingredients that can inhibit resistant insects by using these substitute fumigants.
The high amount of residue during fumigation
The volume of residue that is leftover in the materials treated with fumigants is known by the conditions prevailing during fumigation and by the handling of the material thereon. In some cases, deposit levels may be held to a minimum of several factors that lead to residue accumulation are considered before the treatment. Fumigants with high boiling points continue to present as residues for an extended period than the more volatile compounds. For instance, acrylonitrile was found to continue in wheat for several days, whereas methyl bromide dissipates in a few hours. Fumigants that react with plant or animal constituents may also leave a substantial residue.
Company Overview, Business Strategy, Key Product Offerings, Financial Performance, Key Performance Indicators, Risk Analysis, Recent Development, Regional Presence, SWOT Analysis
Global Agricultural Fumigants market is segmented based on regional analysis into five major regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. The Asia Pacific dominates the Agricultural Fumigants market. This is attributed because of the conducive climatic circumstances, there is a high outbreak of pests and insects observed in warehouses and other storage places. In order to prevent post-harvest losses, farmers choose agricultural fumigants to generate profits.
Global Agricultural Fumigants is further segmented by region into:
Agricultural Fumigants Segments:
|The market size value in 2021
|USD 1.78 billion
|The revenue forecast in 2031
|USD 2.42 billion
|CAGR of 9.25% from 2021 to 2031
|The base year for estimation
|Revenue in USD million and CAGR from 2021 to 2030
|Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends
|Type, Application and Region
|North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa (MEA)
|Key companies profiled
|BASF SE (Germany), Syngenta (Switzerland), ADAMA (Israel), ARKEMA (Germany), Nufarm (Australia), Solvay (Belgium), Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc. (Belgium), SGS SA (Switzerland), UPL (India), AMVAC (US), Trinity Manufacturing, Inc. (Germany), Douglas products (US), Intertek (UK), Nippon Chemical Industrial Co., LTD. (Japan), DEGESCH America, Inc. (US) and Other Prominent Players
The Agricultural Fumigants Market size was estimated at USD 1.78 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 2.42 billion in 2031.
Key players: BASF SE (Germany), Syngenta (Switzerland), ADAMA (Israel), ARKEMA (Germany), Nufarm (Australia), Solvay (Belgium), Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc. (Belgium), SGS SA (Switzerland), UPL (India), AMVAC (US), Trinity Manufacturing, Inc. (Germany), Douglas products (US), Intertek (UK), Nippon Chemical Industrial Co., LTD. (Japan), DEGESCH America, Inc. (US) and Other Prominent Players
Phosphine segment and Warehouse segment are anticipated to hold the largest Agricultural Fumigants Market.
Drivers: Rising focus on the reduction of post-harvest losses and The new invention as alternatives for methyl bromide fumigation
The agricultural fumigation Market is used to get rid of soil diseases and pests before planting. Soil fumigation is universally employed wherever high-value agricultural crops are subjected to recurred monocultures.
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