With a CAGR of 5.1%, the pest control market size is expected to


Chicago, Oct. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Pest Control Market by pest type (insects, rodents, termites), control method (chemical, mechanical, biological), mode of application (sprays, traps, baits), application (residential, commercial, industrial) and region – Global forecasts up to in 2026 »Published by MarketsandMarkets, the Pest Control Market is estimated at USD 22.7 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 29.1 Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 5.1% in terms of value.

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The increased cases of vector-borne disease outbreaks to encourage public health initiatives

Vector-borne diseases pose a major threat to global health. With the combination of climate change, increasing globalization and international transport of goods, disease vectors have crossed borders into new territories. Vector-borne disease is one of the major causes of disease, especially in tropical and subtropical countries. According to the WHO, in March 2020, vector-borne diseases accounted for more than 17% of all infectious diseases resulting in more than 700,000 deaths per year. Vector control plays a key role in the prevention and control of infectious diseases such as malaria, dengue and filariasis using insecticides. Several epidemics have occurred and are spread mainly by rodents and insect vectors. For example, rat fever, bubonic plague, and hantavirus are spread by rodent vectors, while insect vectors spread chikungunya, influenza, H1N1 virus, Zika virus, and dengue fever. Government authorities have introduced regulations on public health and sanitation. Mandatory audits for certifications such as ISO 9001 and ISO 22000 have also become a requirement for commercial and industrial organizations. Government initiatives put in place public health campaigns and legislation that play a vital role in the management of pests and other insects.

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Rising demand for biological control technology is driving the growth of the market

Consumers are increasingly concerned about the use of pesticides on ornamental plants and turf. However, chemical pest control technology poses negative health and environmental risks. In addition, chemical pesticides have a negative impact on pollinators and other beneficial organisms. Environmental issues and emerging resistance to pesticides have prompted consideration of alternative strategies, including biological agents. Biological pest control improves operational flexibility and is a sustainable approach. Biological control confers other benefits, such as reduced potential for pesticide resistance and increased durability. Biological control also helps manage pest populations that have developed resistance to pesticides. The use of biological control agents is the prospective solution to control invasive populations. Biological control agents such as thrips can be a cost-effective and environmentally friendly means of pest control that can also be part of an integrated approach. An integrated pest management approach requires careful monitoring and attention to weather conditions and developments in pesticides, trap crops and biological control.

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Disease precautionary measures in poultry and cattle sectors to enhance demand for pest control services

Pest control is gaining ground in farms to reduce yield losses. Pest control is mandatory in livestock management, especially in the meat and dairy sector. Insects, especially flies, lead to massive yield loss, leading to stress and low feed intake, thus leading to reduced feed conversion efficiency and milk production at a younger age. Both physical and chemical methods are used on livestock farms; however, there is a limitation in the dosage of chemical treatment to prevent the development of resistance. The demand for pest control in the livestock industry is increasing in Asia because the poultry and livestock industries are growing as an organized sector. Further market prospects are expected to be driven by demand for improved livestock management solutions for trade.

North America dominates the pest control market

The North American region is the largest market for pest control. Increased hygiene awareness, spending capacity and urbanization have resulted in increased demand for pest control services in the region. The United States is one of the major markets due to the presence of many pest control service providers. Pest infestation is a threat that has increased with increasing population, rapid urban developments and changes in weather patterns. As a result, there has been an increased demand for pest control solutions. Consumer awareness of health and hygiene issues has increased as the demand for pest control in residential sectors. A strengthening housing market and an ever-improving economy have led to increased investment in residential and commercial properties. The increased demand for rodents and wildlife control is contributing to the growth of the pest control market. Additionally, strong networks of service providers and pesticide vendors drive an increase in the pest control market.

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Main actors

The major players in this market are Terminix (US), Ecolab (US), Rollins Inc. (US), Rentokil Initial PLC (UK) and Anticimex (Sweden). Pesticide vendors in the pest control market include Bayer AG (Germany), BASF (Germany), Syngenta AG (Switzerland), Sumitomo Chemicals Co. Ltd. (Japan), ADAMA (Israel), FMC Corporation (USA), Corteva Agroscience (USA), PelGar International (UK), Bell Laboratories (USA).

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