[Report Description]Bangladesh seed market is projected to register a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period (2021-2026). The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a serious impact on the production, certification, distribution, and cost of seeds, which play a key role in developing the agricultural sector in Bangladesh. International trade has suffered due to slow or lack of transportation, labor shortages, and a contraction in the market for plants and seeds. The classification of seeds as "essential" by the national government has contributed to mitigating the damage by ensuring the continuous movement of seeds. Bangladesh being dense in population, highly depends on the agricultural for Food Security and Employment services. According to the FAO, Bangladesh ranks top in Vegetable production worldwide. The seed industry of Bangladesh comprises both the Public and Private sectors. Bangladesh AgriculturalDevelopment Corporation (BADC), Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute(BARI), Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI), Bangladesh Jute Research Institute (BJRI), and Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) are some of the government agencies who are responsible for the production and supply of the commercial seeds in the market. Rice, wheat, and maize are the country’s major cereal crops, and the annual seed demand for each of these three crops is about 314.0, 72.0, and 3.3 thousand metric ton, respectively. Though the public sector dominates in the self-pollinating seed crops like rice and wheat, Private players play a major role in supplying the other seeds like maize and other hybrid seeds.