Global Rodenticides Market
Dublin, May 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Rodenticides Market by Type (Non-anticoagulants, Anticoagulants (FGAR, SGAR)), End use (Agricultural fields, Warehouses, Residential, Commercial), Mode of application (Pellet, Spray, and Powder), Rodent type, and Region - Global Forecast to 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The global rodenticides market is estimated to be valued at USD 5.3 billion in 2022. It is projected to reach USD 7.1 billion by 2027, recording a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period.
North America is estimated to account for the largest share of 31.2% of the global rodenticides market in 2020
The North America region has the presence of more than 400 species of rodents. Many rodents have adapted to and taken advantage of human environments, and are considered pests in urban settings, agriculture, and forestry. Climatic changes, such as mild winter and warm spring, have led to high reproduction and survival of some rodent species. These conditions have caused the outbreak of house mice in the US.
According to the reports by major service providers, Rentokil Initial Plc (UK) and Anticimex (Sweden), North America occupies nearly 50% of the global pest control market. This is attributed to the increase in the number of services available in the US and a high rate of urbanization in the US and Canada.
The occurrence of commensal species of rats and mice in urban settings has increased due to many interstitial spaces in buildings, burrowing under foundations, sewer systems, and predator-free environments. The high growth of the housing industry and a steady increase in the improvement of the economic growth are the key factors that are projected to encourage the growth of the overall pest control market, and thereby drive the rodenticides market growth.
The mode of application as pellet is projected to dominate the rodenticides market during the forecast period
Pellets include granules that are coated with active ingredients and are used for controlling the rodent population in multiple environment settings. These are used to control rodent infestations such as house mice and black/grey rats. The common active ingredients used in pellets include bromadiolone, brodifacoum, and difenacoum.
Pellets are used with baits for attracting rodents. Rodenticide pellets are available in various forms, such as grains and wax blocks, which makes it easier to coat with any of the baits.
The waterproof quality and resistance to various environmental conditions make wax blocks suitable for outdoor usage. Rodents generally nibble on hard objects, so this formulation is suitable for all commensal rodents. Major market players, such as BASF SE (Germany) and Bayer AG (Germany), offer most of their rodenticide products in the form of pellets. It is one of the most preferred forms, as it can be easily packaged and transported from one place to another.
Anticoagulants are gaining rapid popularity in the global rodenticides market
Anticoagulant rodenticides are lethal doses that kill rodents in a single dose or multiple doses. These rodenticides halt the synthesis of clotting factors, which results in hemorrhage in animals. Anticoagulants act relatively slowly as compared to the most acute rodenticides. As anticoagulant baits are slow in action, they provide the advantage of the need to administer the antidote to save other pets or humans in case of accidental ingestion.
Depending on the intensity of the dosage and number of doses, they are further categorized into first-generation anticoagulants and second-generation anticoagulants. Anticoagulants are the replacement for non-anticoagulant rodenticides as they are found to be more efficient. The main use of anticoagulants worldwide has been for the control of commensal rodents, primarily Norway rats, ship rats, and house mice.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 Premium Insights
4.1 Opportunities in the Rodenticides Market
4.2 Rodenticides Market, by Mode of Application
4.3 Rodenticides Market, by Type
4.4 Rodenticides Market, by End-Use
4.5 Rodenticides Market, by Rodent Type
4.6 Europe: Rodenticides Market, by End-Use and Country
5 Market Overview
5.1 Macroeconomic Indicators
5.1.1 Rapid Urbanization Across Regions
5.1.2 Increase in the Global Trade of Rodenticides
188.8.131.52 Export Scenario of Rodenticides
184.108.40.206 Import Scenario of Rodenticides
5.2 Market Dynamics
220.127.116.11 Increase in Concerns About Vector-Based Disease Outbreaks and Public Health Initiatives
18.104.22.168 Impact of Climate Change on Rodent Proliferation
22.214.171.124 Displacement of Rodents due to Urbanization
126.96.36.199 Increase in Damage due to Rodent Attacks
188.8.131.52 Stringent Regulations and Ban on the Use of Rodenticides in Developed Countries
184.108.40.206 Increase in the Use of Mechanical Methods for Rodent Control
220.127.116.11 Increase in Government Initiatives and Support of Public Corporations for Rodent Control
18.104.22.168 Growth Opportunities in Asia-Pacific and South America
22.214.171.124 Increase in Demand for Rodent Pest Control Services from the Hospitality and Tourism Sectors
126.96.36.199 Increase in Resistance to Conventional Rodenticides
188.8.131.52 High Toxicity of Rodenticides
5.3 Key Conferences & Events in 2022-2023
5.4 Tariff and Regulatory Landscape
5.4.1 Regulatory Bodies, Government Agencies, and Other Organizations
5.5 Key Stakeholders & Buying Criteria
5.5.1 Key Stakeholders in the Buying Process
5.5.2 Buying Criteria
6 Industry Trends
6.1 Value Chain Analysis
6.2 Patent Analysis
6.3 Regulatory Framework
6.3.1 North America
6.3.5 Regulatory Framework
6.3.6 South America
6.3.7 Regulatory Framework
6.3.8 Rest of the World
6.3.9 Regulatory Framework
6.4 Market Ecosystem
6.5 Trends/Disruptions Impacting Buyers in the Rodenticides Market
6.5.1 The 1080 Trap
6.6 Technology Analysis
6.6.1 Automatic Resetting Traps
6.6.2 Drone Farming
6.7 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
6.8 Trade Analysis
6.9 Case Study Analysis
6.9.1 Use Case 1: Rentokil Used IoT Solutions to Increase Its Customer Base and Improve Customer Retention
7 Rodenticides Market, by Type
7.2 Non-Anticoagulant Rodenticides
184.108.40.206 Development of Resistance in Rodents to Anticoagulant Rodenticides Leading to Increased Use of Bromethalin
220.127.116.11 Minimal Risk of Secondary Poisoning Creating Opportunities for Cholecalciferol
18.104.22.168 Use of Strychnine in the Us and Europe Declining to a Significant Extent with the Production of Second-Generation Anticoagulant Rodenticides
7.2.4 Zinc Phosphide
22.214.171.124 Zinc Phosphide is the Most Preferred Active Ingredient for Rodenticide Fumigation in Warehouses
7.3 Anticoagulant Rodenticides
7.3.1 First-Generation Anticoagulants
126.96.36.199.1 First Anticoagulant Rodenticide Discovered and Registered in the US
188.8.131.52.1 Chlorophacinone is Widely Used in Warehouses and Farm Fields for Effective Rodent Control
184.108.40.206.1 Re-Registration in the Us Providing Growth Opportunities for Diphacinone Manufacturers
220.127.116.11.1 Products Based on Coumatetralyl Strictly Regulated due to Their High Toxicity Level
7.3.2 Second-Generation Anticoagulants
18.104.22.168 Increased Resistance to First-Generation Anticoagulants Encouraging the Use of Brodifacoum for Rodent Control
22.214.171.124.1 Bromadiolone Rodent Bait Used for Effective Control of Rodent Populations
126.96.36.199.1 Difenacoum is a Preferred Rodenticide for Effective Control Against House Mice
188.8.131.52.1 Use of Difethialone Not Permitted for Consumer Applications
184.108.40.206.1 Flocoumafen Poses High Risks for the Primary and Secondary Poisoning of Birds and Non-Target Mammals
8 Rodenticides Market, by Mode of Application
8.2.1 Urban Areas Witnessing Increased Usage of Pellets
8.3.1 Sprays are Permitted for Use Only by Professional Pest Applicators
8.4.1 Powder-Based Rodenticides Offer Long Shelf Life and are Used in Indoor Locations
9 Rodenticides Market, by End-Use
9.2 Agricultural Fields
9.2.1 Damage Caused by Rodents on Cultivated Crops Driving the Demand for Rodenticides
9.3.1 Food Products Stored in Warehouses are Highly Susceptible to Rodent Attacks
9.4 Urban Centers
220.127.116.11 Rising Awareness About Sanitation and Hygiene Among People Driving the Demand for Rodenticides
18.104.22.168 Food Industry and Offices Being Treated with Rodenticides
10 Rodenticides Market, by Rodent Type
10.2.1 Extensive Crop Damage Caused by the Norway and Roof Rats
10.3.1 House Mice Contaminating Stored Grains and Making Them Unsuitable for Human Consumption
10.4.1 Chipmunks Pose Potential Health Risks by Carrying Ticks and Fleas
10.5.1 Hamsters Cause Increased Damage to Field Crops in the EU Region
10.6 Other Rodents
10.6.1 Voles Cause Extensive Damage to Fruit Orchards and Nurseries
11 Rodenticides Market, by Region
12 Competitive Landscape
12.2 Market Share Analysis, 2O21
12.3 Key Player Strategies
12.4 Revenue Share Analysis of Key Players
12.5 COVID-19-Specific Company Response
12.5.1 Basf Se
12.5.2 Syngenta Ag
12.5.4 Bayer Ag
12.5.5 Rentokil Initial plc
12.6 Company Evaluation Quadrant (Key Players)
12.6.2 Emerging Leaders
12.6.3 Pervasive Players
12.7 Product Footprint
12.8 Start-Up/SME Evaluation Quadrant (Other Players)
12.8.1 Progressive Companies
12.8.2 Starting Blocks
12.8.3 Responsive Companies
12.8.4 Dynamic Companies
12.9 Competitive Scenario
12.9.1 New Product Launches
12.9.3 Others (Expansions)
13 Company Profiles
13.1 Key Players
13.1.1 Basf Se
13.1.2 Bayer Ag
13.1.3 Syngenta Ag
13.1.4 Upl Limited
13.1.5 Neogen Corporation
13.1.7 Ecolab Inc.
13.1.8 Rentokil Initial plc
13.1.9 Senestech, Inc.
13.1.10 Rollins, Inc.
13.1.11 Liphatech, Inc.
13.1.12 Jt Eaton & C0., Inc.
13.1.14 Bell Laboratories Inc.
13.1.15 Abell Pest Control
13.2 Start-Ups/SMEs/Other Players
13.2.1 Fort Products Limited
13.2.2 Impex Europa S.L.
13.2.3 Truly Nolen, Inc.
13.2.4 Futura Germany
13.2.5 Bioguard Pest Solutions
13.2.6 Southern Suburbs Pest Control
13.2.7 Ardent, LLC.
13.2.8 Dr. Pestcontrol
13.2.9 Native Pest Management
14 Rodenticides Market, Customization Data
15 Adjacent & Related Markets
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