French Crop Protection Market is expected to expand as a result of government regulations, a ban on the use of synthetic pesticides, and rising consumer demand for agricultural output. The most used chemical crop protection method is still pesticides. The potential for the introduction of herbicide-tolerant seeds could result in a significant shift in the use of chemical crop protection products in the coming years. Neonicotinoid insecticides, which are said to drastically reduce bee populations, were prohibited in France. Continuous use of synthetic pesticides will reduce bee populations, which are essential for crop pollination. Bees are essential for pollinating crops, and regular use of synthetic pesticides would cause bee populations to decline, limiting crop productivity.