With pest control and hygiene gaining greater significance, trapping and mating disruption systems market is witnessing more production of these systems for the end-use segments for achieving effective results and tackling with the increasing pests in the environment. Owing to their negative impact on the plant growers and the increasing diseases and bad health of crops, the trapping and mating disruption systems are being used extensively. The need for effectively setting up trapping and mating disruption systems in the agricultural sites and farms is increasing with time. The control provided by trapping and mating disruption systems helps to grow healthier growers.
Improvements in the Trapping and Mating Disruption Systems Market
The trapping and mating disruption systems market has witnessed various improved systems introduced in the market for the greater delivery. The mating disruption system recommended by Biogard, a well-known developer and marketer of biological plant protection products, helps in achieving greater organic cultivation of pepper in the Northern and Central Italy region for tackling the widespread of the larvae of the European corn borer. With trapping and mating disruption systems, the trapping and mating disruption systems market is expected to contribute to better yield of crops and tackle the spread of unwanted insects.
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Trapping and Mating Disruption: An Overview
Trapping and mating disruption is a technique used for pest management. The technique is useful against certain insect pests, and involves the introduction of artificial sex hormones (pheromones) which disrupt the mate localizing ability of the insects. Trapping and mating disruption systems are advanced scientific tools developed for use by growers, and can be designed to target specific groups of insect pests for certain crops. The demand for trapping and mating disruption systems is expected to witness steady growth during the forecast period, owing to their advantages over conventional insecticides. Since trapping and mating disruption systems are designed to chemically stimulate a specific group of insects, they are safe for human, pets and the environment. Trapping and mating disruption systems do not affect the soil and water systems, unlike conventional pest control methods. Therefore, the outlook for the growth of the global trapping and mating disruption systems is expected to be largely positive during the forecast period.
Trapping and Mating Disruption Systems: Dynamics
The need for proactive pest management systems is expected to be a key driver for the growth of the trapping and mating disruption systems. Growers across the world are expected to adopt trapping and mating disruption systems as the use of conventional insecticides poses a significant threat to surroundings and leads to violation of regulations put in place by governments. Trapping and mating disruption systems are widely adopted in European and North American countries, and growing awareness regarding the harmful effects of conventional pest control methods is expected to play a key role in the adoption of trapping and mating disruption systems in regions where conventional pest control methods are still prevalent.
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Global Trapping and Mating Disruption Systems market: Segmentation
Globally, the trapping and mating disruption systems market has been segmented –
On the basis of insect type –
- Codling Moth
- Peach Twig Borer
- Greater Peachtree Borer
On the basis of product type –
- Hand Applied Loops
- Aerosol Device
- Hand Applied Clips
- Hand Applied Twists
On the basis of region –
- North America
- Latin America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
The North America and Europe trapping and mating disruption systems market is expected to witness growth during the forecast period, due to high end user acceptance for new innovative techniques. In regions such as the Asia-Pacific and Latin America, there is high prevalence of conventional pest control methods, as a result of which, market growth is expected to be rather sluggish initially.
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Global Trapping and Mating Disruption Systems market: Key players
Some of the key players operating in the global trapping and mating disruption systems market are –
- RK Chemical Systems Inc.
- Pheobio Technology Co., Ltd
- Russell IPM
- Trece, Inc.
- ISCA Technologies Inc.
- Hercon Environmental Corporation
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