The Middle-East and African Turf and Ornamental Grass Protection market has been estimated at USD 401.48 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 531.47 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 5.19% during the forecast period from 2022 - 2027.
Pre-seed herbicide reduces weed competition controlling a number of troublesome weeds including glyphosate tolerant varieties. Insecticides feature a broad spectrum control and deliver excellent residual activity, minimizing the need for repeat applications. Insecticides control a wide range of chewing and sucking insects. Some insecticides are toxic by contact and ingestion, but, are very effective for insects that have become resistant or tolerant to certain insecticides.
Middle-East and Africa Turf and Ornamental Grass Protection Market Drivers:
Since the market in Middle-East and African region is yet to attain profits, there is a lot of scope for the companies to invest in these regions due to large availability of land for sports and recreational purpose. There is an increasing awareness about the benefits of pesticides that will drive the market in this region. But, the prices of products that are constantly fluctuating can constrain the market growth.
Middle-East and Africa Turf and Ornamental Grass Protection Market - By Type:
Middle-East and Africa Turf and Ornamental Grass Protection Market - By - Product:
Crop protection chemicals market is being dominated by herbicides, accounting for over 41% of the total pesticide volume.
Geographically Africa and Middle-East market for Turf & Ornamental grass protection market is dominated by South Africa, Egypt and others. Selected areas in these regions have been promoting sports and tourism by planting wider areas of golf courses and gardens, thereby justifying a faster growing consumption of pesticides in these regions.
Major Key Players:
The main companies that are prominent in the Middle-East and African market for Turf and Ornamental Grass Protection market are Adama Agricultural Solutions LTD, American Vanguard Corporation, AMVAC Chemical Corporation, Arysta Lifescience, Bayer cropscience AG, Bio-works Inc, Cheminova A/S, Chemtura agrosolutions, DuPont, FMC Corporation, Syngenta International AG and Valent Bio-sciences Corp.