Pyrethrin Market Growth, Development and Demand Forecast Report 2030

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Pyrethrin is extracted from the chrysanthemum flower, which is a plant native to Asia, Eastern Africa, and Northeastern Europe. In today’s age, this plant is grown all over the world. In North America, this plant is known as a decorative autumn flower called mum. These plants use pyrethrin as a natural defense mechanism that helps them to protect themselves against various pest animals and insects. The insect and pest killing characteristics of pyrethrin make the compound extremely beneficial in the agriculture sector.

“Pyrethrin is commonly used as an insecticide for protecting crops from insects, mites, thrips, and moths”. “This compound is also used in pet shampoos for preventing tick bites in pet animals”. In addition to this, the compound has the ability to serve as an effective pest killing chemical and is therefore, widely used in the agriculture sector. Furthermore, the increasing awareness amongst people about the various diseases caused by insects is making pyrethrin highly sought after across the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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