Asia Pacific region is predicted to dominate the worldwide agricultural bactericide market

Posted By : riya16csu297@ncuindia.edu on 2021-10-18   23:38:58    India
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Market Scenario

Agricultural bactericides are pesticides that are used to combat bacterial and fungal illnesses in crops. During the projected period of 2019–2024, the global Agricultural Bactericides Market is expected to generate revenue of USD 12.5 billion, with a CAGR of 4.1 percent. The growing prevalence of bacterial and fungal diseases as a result of constantly changing weather conditions is a major factor driving the market expansion of agricultural bactericides.

Furthermore, as bacterial and fungal attacks are common in fruits and vegetables, growing global cultivation of fruits and vegetables is a major variable fueling market expansion. Another factor driving the growth of the worldwide agricultural bactericides market is the increasing adoption of integrated pest control strategies by farmers. However, using bactericides frequently and at high doses can be hazardous to the environment. It also harms human health since certain antibacterial active components are overdosed.

The worldwide agricultural bactericides market is encountering challenges as a result of these causes. Market participants are projected to see chances for growth in the coming years as they expand into new regional markets including the Middle East and Latin America.




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