Demand for packaged lawn and garden consumables for the consumer/do-it-yourself (DIY) segment will be sup- ported by rising consumer interest in lawn and garden maintenance activities, particularly as safe, easy-to-use, environmentally friendly products continue to be readily available in an ever expanding array of options. In addition, vegetable, fruit, and herb gardens are expected to remain popular among consumers who adopted edible gardening as an inexpensive, productive, and sustainable hobby during the economic recession. As economic conditions continue to improve and the housing market expands, professional landscaping firms will see growth in business. Rising government spending will also contribute to higher demand for lawn and garden consumables at public buildings and parks.
Lawn & Garden Consumables presents historical demand data (2005, 2010, 2015) plus forecasts (2020, 2025) by product (fertilizers, pesticides, growing media, seeds, mulch, other), market (residential, government & institutional, commercial & industrial, golf course, other), application (lawn & turf care, gardens & borders, other), end user (consumer/DIY, professional) and US region. In addition, the study assesses market environment factors, analyzes industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles 36 industry competitors.
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