Nanopesticides, also known as nano plant protection products, are a relatively new technological discovery that could have a number of advantages in terms of pesticide application, including greater efficacy, durability, and a reduction in the amount of active components required. Emulsions (e.g., nanoemulsions), nanocapsules (e.g., with polymers), and goods comprising pristine designed nanoparticles, such as metals, metal oxides, and nanoclays, have all been suggested as formulation types.
Market Analysis: The market for nanopesticides was valued at USD 410 million in 2019 and is predicted to increase at a CAGR of slightly more than 15% from 2020 to 2027, reaching USD 940 million in 2027. During the last decade, encapsulation technology has quickly become one of the most important innovations in the plant protection business. Encapsulation technology uses a three-dimensional barrier to enclose the active substance, preventing it from being exposed to the environment right away. Controlled release, greater efficacy, and a lesser environmental imprint of a pesticide active ingredient are only some of the advantages of nanosized encapsulated insecticides.
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