Global Garden Pesticides Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5.54% between 2022 and 2027 –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added the Garden Pesticides Market – Global Outlook and Forecast 2022-2027 report Offer.

This study considers a detailed scenario of the present Garden Pesticides Market and its market dynamics over the period 2022-2027. It provides a detailed overview of several market growth drivers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and researches leading companies and other prominent companies operating in the market.

The growing demand for urban green development and other urban green improvements has increased the use of pesticides with growing awareness among avid gardeners and other gardeners. However, faced with the harmful effects of insecticides and the over-reliance on pesticides, the industry has led to a shift toward the adoption of organic or homemade remedies that are easily accessible and safe to use.

Garden Pesticides Market is expected to reach a CAGR of 5.54% during the forecast period.


  • The growing demand for innovative garden concepts is driving the market growth for home and garden pesticides. The growing trends for gardening on social media have also made a big leap to share and communicate various DIY procedures and attract a large number of enthusiastic gardeners in the predicted period.

  • The popularity of integrated pest management for home gardeners has positively impacted the demand for the global garden pesticides market. Understanding of the plant environment by home gardeners has increased the adoption of IPM to limit pest population in garden and lawn areas.

  • Cultivation of pest repellent plants in gardens is driving the growth of garden pesticides market. Today, gardeners look forward to replacing the threat of poor hygiene and maintenance in gardens by planting pesticides that minimize the use of pesticides and help produce effective yields.

  • The growing popularity of landscaping is also driving the home and garden pesticide industry, thereby driving the pesticide market. With population growth has come the need to improve and maintain public green spaces with healthier and greener neighborhoods.


  • Growing demand for innovative garden concepts

  • Integrated pest management for hobby gardeners

  • Growing pest control plants in gardens


Herbicides account for the highest use of pesticides in the home and garden sector, with over 30 million pounds applied to lawns and gardens. Increasing demand for urbanization has increased concerns about economical weed control by substituting animal labor and mechanical forms of weed control.

Segmentation by pesticide type

  • herbicides

  • insecticides

  • fungicides

  • Other

Segmentation by raw materials

  • Synthetic Pesticides

  • Natural Pesticides

Segmentation by sales channel

Segmentation by formulation type

  • Liquid formulation

  • Fixed formulation


China and India are also major players in the APAC region due to their large production and exports to their neighboring countries.

Segmentation by geography

  • North America

  • US

  • Canada

  • Europe

  • Germany

  • United Kingdom

  • France

  • Italy

  • rest of Europe

  • APAC

  • China

  • India

  • Japan

  • Australia

  • Rest of APAC

  • Latin America

  • Brazil

  • Mexico

  • Rest of Latin America

  • Middle East & Africa

  • UAE

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Rest of MEA


The horticultural pesticides market is largely driven by new product launches, price changes and fierce rivalry between big giants like BAYER, BASF and Syngenta combined with technological improvements. Based on technical specifications from customers including numerous international organizations.

key provider


  • dupont

  • Monsanto

  • Syngenta AG

  • Sumitomo Chemical

Other prominent providers

  • ADAMA Ltd.

  • The Andersons, Inc

  • Central garden & pet

  • Effect

  • Espoma Bio

  • FMC Corporation

  • Bondie Products LLC

  • S.C. Johnson

  • Willert Home products

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