MarketLooks: U.S Lawn and Garden Market

 
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Published Apr 1, 2005 | 32 Pages | Pub ID: ML1096759

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Title: U.S. Lawn and Garden Market
Published: April 2005


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The following is the abstract from the full report:
The $24 billion lawn and garden market has been full of surprises since 2003—with acquisition activity taking some odd and unexpected turns, marketers embarking on forays into distribution and retail channels, and professional companies flooding consumer categories with crossover products. In our new updated 2005 edition of Packaged Facts’ widely popular and well-received study The U.S. Lawn and Garden Market, these and other surprising developments are explored and their underlying dynamics explained within the context of a comprehensive overview and in-depth analysis of the current market. Major issues and trends are addressed, including the impact of regulation on technology, the ongoing housing boom and aging baby boomers as primary growth drivers, economic and weather uncertainties as potential growth inhibitors, and conglomeratization and vertical integration as strategic responses to a rapidly shifting competitive landscape.

Now in its 6th edition, this study features numerous tables detailing sales patterns for L&G equipment, supplies, and services, with projections offered to 2009. It also contains profiles of major marketers such as MTD, Toro, Electrolux, Deere, Ames True Temper, Fiskars, Scotts, TruGreen-Chemlawn, and now Briggs & Stratton and Rayovac; provides compete coverage of new product trends; engages in a thorough analysis of distribution and retail sectors; and surveys consumer purchasing patterns for numerous lawn and garden products and services.

  1. The Overall Market
  2. Factors in Future Overall Growth
  3. The Marketers
  4. Retail/Distribution
  5. Lawn & Garden Equipment
  6. Market Size and Growth
  7. Equipment Marketers
  8. New Product Trends: Equipment
  9. The Equipment Consumer
  10. Professional Lawncare Services
  11. Market Size and Growth
  12. Lawncare Services Marketers
  13. The Lawncare Services Consumer
  14. Lawn and Garden Supplies
  15. Market Size and Growth
  16. Lawn and Garden Supplies Marketers
  17. New Product Trends: L&G Supplies
  18. L&G Supplies Consumer
  19. The Scotts Company
  20. Spectrum Brands
  21. MTD Products
  22. The Toro Company
  23. Fiskars

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