Bharat Book Bureau provides Market Research Market Report on “Beneficial Insects Market by Application, Type, Crop Type and Region – Global Forecast to 2028”UNDER Food and Beverage Market Research Report Category. The report offers a collection of superior market research, market analysis, competitive intelligence and market reports. of Market of beneficial insects is projected to reach USD 1,630 million by 2028 from USD 877 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 13.2% during the forecast period in terms of value. The growing demand for organic farming increases the demand for beneficial insects. Numerous factors influence the growth of the beneficial insects market. First, increasing environmental concerns drive the adoption of beneficial insects and the increasing demand for specific pest bio-control agents drives the adoption of beneficial insects.
“By type, predators are projected to dominate during the forecast period.” Predators are predicted to dominate the beneficial insect market. With growing concerns over the environmental and health impacts of chemical pesticides, there is a growing demand for sustainable pest control solutions. Predatory insects such as ladybugs, lacewings and parasitic wasps provide a natural and effective alternative to chemical-based interventions. These predators specifically target and consume pests, providing targeted control without harming beneficial organisms or pollinators. The rise of integrated pest management (IPM) practices further supports the dominance of predators in the market as farmers increasingly adopt holistic and environmentally friendly approaches to crop protection. As consumers prioritize sustainable agriculture, the market for predator-based solutions is expected to witness significant growth in the coming years. “By application, the market for crop protection is projected at a high market share.” Beneficial insects for crop protection are expected to secure a significant share of the market soon. As the global demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly agricultural practices continues to grow, the importance of harnessing the power of beneficial insects becomes increasingly apparent. These natural allies, including ladybugs, lacewings and parasitic wasps, provide efficient and targeted pest control solutions while minimizing reliance on chemical pesticides. With increased awareness about the harmful effects of conventional pesticides on human health and the environment, the market for beneficial insects in crop protection is poised for rapid expansion. The industry’s shift towards embracing these natural predators underscores the recognition of their invaluable role in ensuring crop health and productivity in a sustainable manner. “By crop type, increased demand for organic farming increased the demand for beneficial insects in fruit and vegetable cultivation.” The increase in demand for organic farming has led to a marked increase in the demand for beneficial insects in the cultivation of fruits and vegetables. As consumers increasingly prioritize healthier and more sustainable food options, the market for organic produce has witnessed significant growth. To meet the strict guidelines and requirements of organic certification, farmers are turning to natural and ecological methods of pest control. Beneficial insects, such as ladybugs, lacewings and parasitic wasps, provide an effective, chemical-free solution to pest management in organic crops. By introducing these natural predators into their fields, farmers can keep pest populations at bay while adhering to the principles of organic farming. This growing demand for beneficial insects highlights the key role they play in supporting sustainable fruit and vegetable production, meeting the needs of health-conscious consumers and promoting a greener agricultural industry. North America holds the highest market share during the forecast period. The North American region has emerged as a leader in the beneficial insect market, boasting the largest market share for these natural allies in pest management. With a strong focus on sustainable agriculture and reducing chemical inputs, North American farmers have embraced the use of beneficial insects as a sustainable alternative to synthetic pesticides. The United States and Canada have witnessed significant adoption of biological control methods, driven by strict regulations, consumer demand for organic produce, and a growing awareness of environmental impact. The well-established infrastructure for the production and distribution of beneficial insects in North America has further fueled their market dominance. The region’s agricultural sector has recognized the value of these natural enemies, which include ladybugs, parasitic wasps and predatory mites, in maintaining a balance between pests and crops, leading to higher yields, improved quality and reduced chemical waste. As sustainable agricultural practices continue to gain traction, the market share of beneficial insects in North America is expected to remain strong, contributing to the overall success of the region’s agricultural industry.
Division of Primaries:
By Company Type: Level 1- 35%, Level 2- 45%, Level 3- 20% By Designation: C Level-35%, Director Level – 25% and Others- 40% by Region: North America – 40%, Asia Pacific – 30%, Europe – 20%, Middle East and Africa – 5%, Latin America – 5%
Key players profiled in this report:
•Applied Bio-nomics Ltd (Canada) •Biobest Group NV (Belgium) •Bioline AgroSciences Ltd (UK) •Fargro Limited (UK) •Andermatt Group AG (Switzerland) •ARBICO Organics (USA) •BioBee Ltd (Israel) •KoppersE (UK) Green Growers Supply, LLC (USA) •Anatis Bioprotection (Canada) •GrowLiv Biologicals (Canada) •Planet Natural (USA) •Natural Pest Controls (USA) •K UNAFIN (USA) •IPM Laboratories, Inc. Insectaries (USA) •Harmony Farm Supply & Nursery (USA) •FAR INC (USA) •Organic Control, Inc. (USA) •Eco Bugs India Private Limited (India) The study includes an in-depth competitive analysis of these key players in the beneficial insects market with their company profiles, key strategies and recent market developments.
The report segments the beneficial insects market based on application, type, crop type, and region. In terms of insights, this report has focused on various levels of analysis – competitive landscape, end-use analysis and company profiles, which together include and discuss insights on emerging and high-growth segments of the global beneficial insects market, high-growth regions, countries, government initiatives, drivers, restraints, opportunities, challenges.
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The report will assist market leaders/new entrants in this market with information on the closest approximation of revenue numbers for the overall Beneficial Insects market and sub-segments. This report will help stakeholders understand the competitive landscape and gain more insight to better position their businesses and plan appropriate market entry strategies. The report also helps stakeholders understand the pulse of the market and provides them with information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges and opportunities.
The report provides insights on the following points:
•Analysis of key drivers (Regulatory restrictions regarding the use of chemical products), restraints (Environmental restrictions on the use of beneficial insects), opportunities (Increasing importance of sustainable food production in global regions) and challenges (high preference for agrochemicals by farmers) affecting market growth. •Product Development/Innovation: Detailed insights into future technologies, research and development activities, and new product and service launches in the beneficial insects market. •Market development: Comprehensive information on profitable markets – the report analyzes the beneficial insects market in different regions. •Market diversification: Comprehensive information about new products and services, untapped geographies, recent developments and investments in the beneficial insects market. •Competition assessment: In-depth assessment of market shares, growth strategies and service offerings of key players Applied Bio-nomics Ltd (Canada), Biobest Group NV (Belgium), Bioline AgroSciences Ltd (UK), Fargro Limited (UK), Andermatt Group AG (Switzerland) are among others in the beneficial insects markets. The report also helps stakeholders understand the Beneficial Insects market and provides them with information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities
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