Growth in the US home and garden pesticides market will total over 3% annually through 2020, reaching $2.4 billion. Advances will be stimulated by an improving economy, including a stronger housing market and higher levels of consumer spending on these types of products. Additionally, consumers have become increasingly aware of the diseases carried by insects, especially Zika virus in recent months, and this will fuel growth in items like insect repellants going forward.
This report segments the US home and garden pesticide industry by product, application, and raw material. Data is provided in pounds and millions of dollars.
US home and garden pesticide products include:
Insecticides, which includes insect repellents, will maintain the largest portion of demand through 2020. Fungicides are expected to have the fastest growth through 2020, driven by increased levels of home gardening and climate change, which has increased temperatures throughout the country and, subsequently, produced further outbreaks of lawn diseases.
Major US home and garden pesticide applications include:
Lawn & Garden
Other Lawn & Garden
In the household market, insect control, which targets insects within the home, was the leading outlet in 2015. In the lawn and garden market, the largest and most rapidly growing sector through 2020 is the lawn care market, which will benefit from the continued practice of do-it-yourself lawn care.
Among the key raw materials for the US home and garden pesticide market are:
Fungicides & Others
Herbicides were the largest active ingredient in 2015, supported by increases in the number of households and growth in lot sizes. Going forward in inert ingredients, minerals will remain the dominant outlet for demand, benefiting from their use in the popular granular and powdered pesticide formulations.
The US home and garden pesticide market is largely made up of the top five suppliers. Companies profiled in this study include Bayer (Bayer Advanced), Bonide Products, Central Garden & Pet, Espoma, Henkel, Johnson (SC) & Son, Lebanon Seaboard, Monsanto, Scotts Miracle-Gro, Spectrum Brands, Syngenta, Woodstream, and Zep.