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The report from which this Executive Summary is compiled is U.S. Lawn and Garden Market, and the full study abstract is as follows:
As defined by Packaged Facts, the lawn and garden market is divided into three broad
product categories: equipment, supplies, and services. The equipment category consists of
engine-powered, hand-powered, and pressure-powered devices designed for outdoor lawn
and garden use. The supplies category includes fertilizers, growth media, and pesticides --
products that promote and control growth of live goods.
The services category is limited to professional lawncare services specializing in treatment --
i.e., supplies application.
Not included within the scope of this study are products and services sold to
commercial/professional, horticultural/agricultural, and institutional/recreational markets.
Also excluded are the core elements of lawns and gardens: i.e., seeds, bulbs, plants, grasses,
trees, and other “live goods.”