How Does The World Population Affect The Insecticides Industry?

Insecticides Global Market Report 2021 : COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

Insecticides Market Report 2021 : COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

Insecticides Global Market Report 2021

Insecticides Market Report 2021

The Business Research Company’s Insecticides Global Market Report 2021 – COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

LONDON, GREATER LONDON , UK, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The world population is growing and is expected to reach 10 billion by 2050, which is expected to significantly boost the global insecticides market. Increase in population creates more demand for food. Crop production, farming activities and trade volumes will have to increase in order to meet increased population. Additionally, farmers and commercial farming companies will increase acquisitions in arable land to increase crop production, which is expected to increase the demand for herbicides. In order to meet the food demand that may rise from 59% to 98%, farmers have to increase agricultural productivity through fertilizers and advanced technologies in farming. Thus, the increase in demand for food for the growing population will promote the growth of the insecticides market.

The global insecticides market size is expected to grow from $16.68 billion in 2020 to $17.63 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $22.86 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 7%.

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In March 2018, Sumitomo Chemical, a major Japanese chemical company acquired 82.9% of shares in Botanical Resources Australia Pty Ltd and its affiliated companies (the BRA group), making it a consolidated subsidiary. The BRA group is a global leader in the production of the natural insecticide active ingredient, Pyrethrin.

Major players covered in the global insecticides industry are Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd, American Vanguard Corporation, BASF SE, Bayer CropScience AG, FMC Corporation, NuFarm Limited, Syngenta International AG, Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., Monsanto Company, Arysta Lifescience.

TBRC’s global insecticides market is segmented by type into synthetic insecticides, bio-insecticides, by application into cereals and grains, oilseeds & pulses, fruits & vegetables, others, by form into sprays, baits, strips.

Insecticides Global Market Report 2021 – By Type (Synthetic Insecticides, Bio-insecticides), By Application (Cereals and Grains, Oilseeds & Pulses, Fruits & Vegetables, Others), By Form (Sprays, Baits, Strips), COVID-19 Impact And Recovery is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides insecticides market overview, forecast insecticides market size and growth for the whole market, insecticides market segments, and geographies, insecticides market trends, insecticides market drivers, restraints, leading competitors’ revenues, profiles, and market shares.

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Land Conservation Group Offers to Take Bison, Subverting Need for Park Service to Permit Imminent Hunt in Grand Canyon

Governor Jared Polis asks National Park Service to relocate the animals to Colorado prairie preserve, and not to allow hunters to shoot tame bison.

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — (Washington, D.C.) – Animal Wellness Action and partner organizations have received news that an accredited land trust organization based in Colorado is willing to take 12 bison soon set to be shot within Grand Canyon National Park, providing a solution that would preserve the park’s interest in reducing its bison population but also maintain the park’s prohibition on hunting that’s been in place since the unit was designated by Congress more than a century ago. Colorado Governor Jared Polis endorsed the plan today in an official statement.

“We would happily provide permanent refuge for those 12 bison,” said Nicole Rosmarino, Ph.D., executive director of the Southern Plains Land Trust. “Our preserve in southeast Colorado, at 25,000 acres, has a sanctuary herd of bison, and these additional animals would be welcome. We stand ready to allow a win-win solution for the park and for the bison.”

“Our American Bison are a majestic and iconic species of wildlife. It is rare for the lethal removal of Bison to be allowed on National Park Service land which is owned by all Americans. This decision should be reversed and we would welcome these 12 bison to live and roam free at the Southern Plains Land Trust in Bent County. I urge Interior and the National Park Service to consider this practical Colorado solution,” said Governor Jared Polis.

The land trust, established in 1998, has six prairie preserves covering 32,000 acres in southeastern Colorado, in three counties. Since the NPS is already translocating 88 bison within Grand Canyon National Park to tribes, translocation is eminently feasible. The proximity of the Colorado reserves to Grand Canyon would minimize transport stress for the animals.

This year, Animal Wellness Action and its partners have called for NPS to halt plans to allow trophy hunters to kill human-habituated bison in the north rim of Grand Canyon National Park, a plan that subverts a 100-year precedent of forbidding sport hunting in our national parks and monuments.

That same plea was made on Friday by Congressman Joe Neguse, D-Colorado, the chairman of the National Parks, Forests and Public Lands Subcommittee, who sent a letter to Secretary Haaland with a bipartisan group of lawmakers.

In cooperation with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, the NPS conducted a lottery to select hunters to win the opportunity to shoot the bison and to leave with the carcasses and trophies of the animals. There were 45,000 applicants, demonstrating that would-be participants believe this is a rare opportunity to shoot a bison in a national park and collect a trophy.

“The National Park Service may euphemistically call this action ‘a cull,’ but the agency has participated in a lottery to select participants, will allow the winners to enter the park with firearms, authorize them to gun down bison, and leave with the carcass and trophy,” said Wayne Pacelle, president of Animal Wellness Action. “This has every imaginable feature of a bison hunt, and that’s a pattern of behavior you just don’t see in America’s national parks.”

Neguse and four other lawmakers called out the kill as unnecessary. “We would encourage you to not move forward with the lethal removal scheduled for next week and revisit alternative methods that can be used to manage the population within the park boundaries,” wrote Congressman Neguse, along with Madeleine Dean, D-Penn., Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Penn., Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, and Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill.

The United States, except just one park given congressional authorization for hunting of a single species, has long forbidden trophy hunting of animals in national parks. The same is true for national monuments. Not even in Yellowstone National Park, where the treatment of bison by multiple state and federal agencies has come under intense scrutiny, is the NPS allowing hunters to kill bison within the boundaries of the park.

Last week, in a column in the New York Times, Arizonan and former White House senior speechwriter Matthew Scully urged Haaland to call off the hunt.

Bison species have, since the Pleistocene, ranged from Yukon and Alaska to the Valley of Mexico. The bison occupies an outsized place within the annals of the National Park Service as well, and it is prominently featured on the logo of the agency.

In recent weeks, more than 45,000 supporters of AWA attempted to contact Secretary Haaland to urge her to cancel the hunt.

Animal Wellness Action (Action) is a Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(4) organization with a mission of helping animals by promoting legal standards forbidding cruelty. We champion causes that alleviate the suffering of companion animals, farm animals, and wildlife. We advocate for policies to stop dogfighting and cockfighting and other forms of malicious cruelty and to confront factory farming and other systemic forms of animal exploitation. To prevent cruelty, we promote enacting good public policies and we work to enforce those policies. To enact good laws, we must elect good lawmakers, and that’s why we remind voters which candidates care about our issues and which ones don’t. We believe helping animals helps us all.

The Center for a Humane Economy (“the Center”) is a non-profit organization that focuses on influencing the conduct of corporations to forge a humane economic order. The first organization of its kind in the animal protection movement, the Center encourages businesses to honor their social responsibilities in a culture where consumers, investors, and other key stakeholders abhor cruelty and the degradation of the environment and embrace innovation as a means of eliminating both.

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Alchemist Signs Share Exchange Agreement to Acquire Alinea Cannabis Inc.

Alchemist Inc (CSE:AMS-X)

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Alchemist Mining Inc. (CSE: AMS-X) (“AMS” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce, further to its news release dated August 25, 2021, that it has executed a definitive share exchange agreement, dated effective September 16, 2021, respecting the acquisition (the “Acquisition”) by the Company of all of the issued and outstanding shares of Alinea Cannabis Inc., a Health Canada licensed cultivator and processor of cannabis products (“Alinea”) in exchange for 49,066,667 common shares of the Company (each, a “Consideration Share”) at a deemed price of $0.075 per Consideration Share, valuing the transaction at $3,680,000.

Upon completion of the Acquisition, Alinea will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company and the Company will indirectly acquire of all of the assets of Alinea, including but not limited to, its name and brand, real estate holdings, licensed cultivation and processing facility and all business agreements.

Completion of the Acquisition will be subject to customary conditions precedent, including without limitation: (i) approval of the Canadian Securities Exchange (the “CSE”) for the Acquisition, including the filing of a Form 2A listing statement respecting the resulting issuer from the Acquisition; and (ii) the required shareholder approval of Alchemist. The Acquisition is expected to constitute a change of business of Alchemist under the CSE’s rules and policies. Trading of common shares of Alchemist will remain halted until satisfaction of all applicable requirements of the CSE.

“We are very pleased to have entered into this agreement in such a short time and are fully committed to getting the Form 2A filed with the CSE in the coming weeks so that we can expedite the process of bringing our collective products and services to market”, stated Paul Mann, CEO of Alchemist.

“We are very happy to have negotiated and entered in to this agreement with Alchemist so quickly, it certainly underscores our original belief that this will become a very fruitful relationship for us all” stated Kraig Bast, CEO of Alinea.

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Alchemist’s goal is to be a global supplier of premium cannabis products. We are primarily focused on building a sustainable portfolio of cultivation, distribution and retail business entities, with a goal to create shareholder value.

Neither the Canadian Securities Exchange nor its Market Regulator (as that term is defined in the policies of the Canadian Securities Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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This press release contains forward-looking statements. The use of any of the words “anticipate”, “continue”, “estimate”, “expect”, “may”, “will”, “project”, “intends”, “should”, “believe” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements in this press release include statements regarding: the proposed Acquisition; and the Company’s proposed change of business under the CSE’s rules and polices. Although the Company believes that the expectations and assumptions on which the forward-looking statements are based are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on the forward-looking statements because the Company can give no assurance that they will prove to be correct. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties, including: that the Acquisition will not complete. Additional risk factors are included in the Company’s Management’s Discussion and Analysis, available under the Company’s profile on www.sedar.com. The forward-looking statements are made as at the date hereof and the Company disclaims any intent or obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statements, where because of new information, future events or results, or otherwise, except as required by applicable securities laws.

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Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Market 2021: Future Development, COVID-19 Impact, Top Key Players, Demands and Revenue Report

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Market 2021-2025, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. An exclusive data offered in this report is collected by the research and industry experts team.

The Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Market size is estimated to be USD 62 million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 121 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 14.2% between 2020 and 2025. This report spread across 205 Pages, Profiling 10 Companies and Supported with 159 Tables and 62 figures are now available in this research.

Top Key Players Profiled in the Polyhydroxyalkanoate Market:
• Danimer Scientific (US)
• Shenzhen Ecomann Biotechnology Co Ltd (China)
• Kaneka Corporation (Japan)
• RWDC Industries (Singapore)
• Newlight Technologies LLC (US)
• Bio-On (Italy)
• Tianan Biologic Materials Co Ltd (China)
• Biomer (Germany)
• Bochemie (Czech Republic).

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Based on the production method, the polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) market has been segmented into as vegetable oil fermentation, sugar fermentation, and methane fermentation. The demand for polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) in this segment is mainly driven by the abundance of sugar source found in sugarcane, beet, molasses, and bagasse which can be easily consumed and converted by bacteria to produce PHA.

The packaging & food services segment is the biggest source of plastic waste in the world. Through the ecosystem the petroleum based plastic gets into the food chain which causes toxicity in the environment. It takes around thousands and thousands years to degrade. Therefore to curb this problem biodegradable plastics comes to the rescue. These biodegradable plastics degrade within 180 days in the soil. These are used in many industries such as packaging and food services, biomedical, agricultures and others .PHA plays a key role in the packaging and food services industry.

Europe is projected to be the largest market for the polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) during the forecast period. Europe is the most promising market for bioplastics and related industries, including PHA. The European market is mostly driven by government regulations and a change in consumer behavior. The Europe market is segmented into Germany, France, Italy, UK and Rest of Europe. The Rest of Europe includes, Spain, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, the Benelux countries, and the Scandinavian countries.

Breakdown of primary participants’ profile:
• By Company Type: Tier 1 – 30%, Tier 2 – 43%, and Tier 3 – 27%
• By Designation: C-Level – 21%, Director Level – 23%, and Others – 56%
• By Region: North America – 30%, Europe – 18%, APAC – 41%, Rest of the World- 11%,

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2 Market Evaluation Framework
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3.1 Danimer Scientific
3.2 Shenzhen Ecomann Biotechnology Co. Ltd
3.3 Kaneka Corporation
3.4 Rwdc Industries
4 Ranking Of Key Market Players, 2019
5 Competitive Benchmarking
6 Company Evaluation Matrix, 2019
6.1 Stars
6.2 Emerging Leaders
6.3 Participants
7 Strength Of Product Portfolio
8 Business Strategy Excellence
9 Startup And Small And Medium-Sized Enterprises (Smes) Evaluation Matrix
9.1 Responsive Companies
9.2 Dynamic Companies
9.3 Starting Blocks
10 Strength Of Product Portfolio
11 Business Strategy Excellence
12 Other Key Market Players
12.1 Cj Cheiljedang Corp.
12.2 Yeild10 Bioscience
12.3 Earthbi
12.4 Biomatera Inc.
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Provivi® Receives EU Regulatory Approval of EZ8-12Ac

Pheron™ EZ8-12Ac is an active ingredient that can be used for the control of Grapholita molesta

This regulatory approval in the EU helps advance the scalability of Provivi’s production, in turn enhancing our capacity to supply cost-effective pheromone-based pest control solutions in agriculture”

— Juan Lombana, Chief Commercial Officer

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Provivi® Inc ("Provivi"), an emerging crop protection company using pheromones to protect crops from major damaging insects, is excited to announce that the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) has approved Pheron™ EZ8-12Ac in Europe, with authorized sales effective immediately. This regulatory approval is a key milestone in Provivi’s expansion strategy to make pheromone-based insect control products more accessible to farmers across the globe.

Pheron™ EZ8-12Ac is a sexual pheromone of Grapholita molesta that can be utilized to disrupt the mating process of this pest as a preventative and species-specific method in controlling pest populations while preserving biodiversity.

Grapholita molesta, also known as the oriental fruit moth or peach moth, is native to China and can also be found throughout Europe, North and South Americas, South Africa, Australia, and other parts of Asia. This pest causes substantial crop damage on over one million hectares worldwide in stone fruits (peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, cherries), but it is also a pest that targets apples in some countries.

“This regulatory approval in the EU helps advance the scalability of Provivi’s production, in turn enhancing our capacity to supply cost-effective pheromone-based pest control solutions in agriculture,” said Juan Lombana, Chief Commercial Officer.

About Pheromones and Mating Disruption
Pheromones are natural signal substances, produced by insects. They serve several purposes. One such is to promote reproduction when females emit specific sex pheromones to attract males for their mating. This has been commercially used by introducing dispensers or spray applications saturating the field with those pheromones. The high concentration of pheromones confuses male insects, and they fly around unable to locate the females. The mating is prevented, and pest infestation's growth is controlled in a preventive way without killing any insects.

This technology has been used for the past thirty years and is currently applied in more than one million hectares of high-value permanent crops such as apples, grapes, and nuts. The benefits of using pheromones are well established in the scientific literature: they enable a reduction of harmful residues on food while preserving biodiversity.

About Provivi
We are a groundbreaking science-based company creating scalable, safer insect control technology that will improve the quality of life for all humans and our world.

Provivi is developing a family of safe, effective, and economical pheromone-based mating disruption products, thereby offering an alternative technology as a new foundation for pest and resistance management in crop production. Provivi's patented production method enables a step-change in the cost of manufacturing pheromones, allowing the use of this proven tool in high-acreage crops such as corn, rice, and soy.

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KAYCHA LABS RECEIVES COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT HEMP LAB CERTIFICATION

Kaycha Labs is the only Multi-State operator in the hemp and cannabis testing industry, with 10 labs and growing.

Cannabis & Hemp Testing

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Kaycha Labs is pleased to announce its Denver lab has been certified by the CDPHE to conduct mandatory industrial hemp compliance testing.

Our Denver lab has been serving the Colorado cannabis and hemp market since 2014, …, we view the CDPHE certification requirements as an overwhelming positive for the industry.”

— James Horvath

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Kaycha Labs, a leader in cannabis and hemp testing technologies, is pleased to announce its Denver lab has been certified by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (“CDPHE”) to conduct mandatory industrial hemp compliance testing.

Colorado is now requiring industrial hemp producers that wish to manufacture and market their products in the state to complete a full panel of tests with a “CDPHE Certified Lab.” The required full panel tests include potency, microbial contaminants, pesticides, heavy metals, residual solvents, and mycotoxins.

James Horvath, Kaycha’s CEO, highlighted, “Our Denver lab has been serving the Colorado cannabis and hemp market since 2014, and one of the longest tenured labs in the state, we view the CDPHE certification requirements as an overwhelming positive for the industry. Through the agency’s vigilant and rigorous surveillance, everyone benefits by knowing that they can have confidence in our published findings.” Stephen Goldman, Kaycha’s Denver-based Chief Science Officer, added, “Through the state’s high standards and oversight, we believe Colorado consumers benefit. In the end, it’s all about safety and we have and will continue to be committed to performing comprehensive and accurate cannabis and hemp testing services.”

ABOUT KAYCHA LABS: Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Kaycha Labs has testing labs in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Oregon, and Tennessee. Kaycha’s network of accredited labs is a recognized leader in testing precision and speed, delivering results within 48 hours with sample automation and technology innovation. Kaycha labs implements over 500 procedures and methods to test cannabis and hemp products using state-of-the-art equipment. These procedures and methods comply with standards set by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), International Standards Organization (ISO), United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Services, and Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC).

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EFI Announces Marketing Advisory Council

Equitable Food Initiative logo and label

Equitable Food Initiative certifies Responsibly Grown, Farmworker Assured fresh produce

Begins Path Toward Consumer Marketing and Brand Growth

The amount of experience offered by our marketing advisory council is staggering and provides for broad-reaching dialogue about current and future consumer messaging.”

— LeAnne Ruzzamenti, Equitable Food Initiative

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Equitable Food Initiative, the workforce development and certification organization that partners with growers, farmworkers, retailers and consumer groups, is working to expand from primarily business-to-business marketing to business-to-consumer outreach as it aims to provide support and added value to retail partners and EFI-certified growers. The increased outreach and brand building efforts come as more Responsibly Grown, Farmworker Assured® produce becomes available in the marketplace.

In an effort to hone the consumer message and strategy, EFI has formed a marketing advisory council to provide input and marketing insight to the EFI board of directors, staff and certified growers. The council, made up of a diverse set of members from various organizational landscapes, will provide guidance and recommendations for consumer outreach to bring greater awareness of EFI as the brand grows.

The marketing advisory council is currently tasked with evaluating consumer trends, expanding dialogue around the core pillars of EFI’s social responsibility and workforce development programs, and providing context for messages that will resonate with today’s consumers.

EFI has always worked to fulfill its mission by bringing everyone in the supply chain to the table to find distinct solutions from multiple perspectives. EFI seeks to extend that philosophy to its marketing and communication efforts and include diverse voices and multiple perspectives across the consumer marketing and PR platforms as well.

To ensure an appropriate diversity of voices and roles, the recruitment process for council members spanned nearly a year as industry thought leaders and marketing professionals were invited to participate and the council structure was adopted. Current members include:

– Danielle Nierenberg, President and Co-Founder of Food Tank
– Chris Padgett, Marketing and Digital Strategy Leader for CPG companies
– Chisara Ehiemere, Senior Research Lead, ROSI, NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business
– Christopher Pendergraft, Digital Marketing Strategist
– Yareli Esteban, CEO of Strategar
– Lori Taylor, Founder and CEO of The Produce Moms
– Gissel Neri Corcoles, Student President of Minorities in Agriculture Natural Resources and Related Sciences
– Miguel Campos, Health and Safety Farm Manager

The group had an initial virtual orientation in late 2020 and during its first meeting in early 2021 developed both an existing audience and consumer insights survey that sought to learn more about social responsibility priorities and how consumers educate themselves about socially responsible products.

The survey of EFI’s existing audience received nearly 300 responses via an email survey. What was evident throughout the survey was a clear consumer interest in worker rights. This audience reported that improved working conditions for farmworkers was the most important value of the EFI program. When asked how they would support this, 80% of respondents said they would pay more for produce grown by socially responsible operations and that they want to see more about working conditions on packaging. Respondents also strongly connect social responsibility and worker rights to a company’s sustainability efforts. Interestingly, more than 60% of respondents of the audience survey have either criticized or boycotted a brand due to its actions or beliefs.

Results from the consumer insights survey will be shared with the advisory council later this month. The marketing advisory council will meet quarterly and address specific marketing and messaging questions as developed by the EFI marketing and communication staff.

“The amount of experience offered by our marketing advisory council is staggering and provides for broad-reaching dialogue about current and future consumer messaging that will be instrumental to the expansion of the Responsibly Grown, Farmworker Assured label,” said LeAnne Ruzzamenti, EFI director of marketing communications. Ruzzamenti continued, “The powerful insights and challenge to assumptions helps us stretch our own boundaries of how we think about the program and talk about it with consumers.”

About EFI
Equitable Food Initiative is a nonprofit certification and skill-building organization that seeks to increase transparency in the food supply chain and improve the lives of farmworkers through a team-based approach to training and continuous improvement practices. EFI brings together growers, farmworkers, retailers and consumers to solve the most pressing issues facing the fresh produce industry. Its unparalleled approach sets standards for labor practices, food safety and pest management while engaging workers at all levels on the farm to produce Responsibly Grown, Farmworker Assured® fruits and vegetables. For more information about Equitable Food Initiative, visit equitablefood.org.

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Agricultural Micronutrients Market Size is Growing at 8.67% CAGR Rate and Projected Massive Growth due to Covid-19

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Agricultural Micronutrients Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product Type (Boron, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Zinc, Others)

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The latest research report on Agricultural Micronutrients Market delivers a comprehensive study on current market trends. The outcome also includes revenue forecasts, statistics, market valuations which illustrate its growth trends and competitive landscape as well as the key players in the business.

Agricultural Micronutrients Market Size

Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market is valued at USD 3467.1 Million in 2020 and expected to reach USD 6204.9 Million by 2027 with a CAGR of 8.67% over the forecast period. The Agricultural Micronutrients Market is expected to grow at significant growth rate due to number of driving factors.

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Scope of Agricultural Micronutrients Market

Micronutrients play an important role in agriculture for sustainable crop production. The importance of micronutrients must be seen in the context of the food system, as including them in a balanced pregnancy schedule will optimize micronutrient supply and availability throughout the food intake cycle. The green revolution increased the demand for micronutrients for high-yielding crops (especially rice and wheat) as well as the adoption of intensive cropping methods, the use of high analysis fertilizers with low micronutrient content. The importance of micronutrients in plant science is inevitable as plants are mainly dependent on micronutrients as they have a profound effect on plant activity. Although micronutrients are abundant in soil plants, they are usually relatively undetectable; therefore, it is considered as a tracer element. B, Cu, Fe, Mn, Zn are micronutrients that plants need in minute amounts but play an integrally important role in plant growth and development. Plant metabolism, regulation of nutrient fibers, regenerative growth, chlorophyll synthesis, production of carbohydrates, fruit and seed development are some of the effective functions performed by micronutrients. While these tracer elements provide healthy growth in the physical, biochemical and metabolic properties of plants when they are at adequate levels, their deficiency promotes abnormal growth in plants.

Agricultural Micronutrients Market Companies

• Akzo Nobel N.V.
• Aries Agro Ltd.
• Baicor L.C.
• BASF SE.
• Compass Minerals International Inc.
• DowDuPont Inc.
• The Mosaic Company
• Nutrien Ltd.
• Western Nutrients Corporation
• Yara International
• Others

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Agricultural Micronutrients Market Research Reports Segments

Global agricultural micronutrients market is segmented on the basis of form, product type, crop type, application and region & country level. Based upon form, agricultural micronutrients market is classified into chelated and non-chelated. Based upon product type, the market is divided into Boron, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Zinc and others. Based on crop type, the global agricultural micronutrients market is classified into cereals & grains, fruits & vegetables, pulses and oilseeds and others. Based on application, the market is classified into fertigation, soil, foliar, seed treatment and others.

By Product type:

• Boron
• Copper
• Iron
• Manganese
• Molybdenum
• Zinc
• Others

By Form:

• Chelated
• Non-Chelated

By Crop Type:

• Cereals & Grains
• Fruits & Vegetables
• Pulses
• Oilseeds
• Others

By Application:

• Fertigation
• Soil
• Foliar
• Seed

Growing Population and Increasing Food Insecurity are Some of the Major Factors Driving the Market Growth

Growing population and increasing food insecurity are some of the major factors driving the market growth. The world's population is growing rapidly. For example, according to the Population Reference Bureau (PRB), the global human population will grow by 75 million or 1.1% per year. The human population in 2017 is 7.4 billion. As the world's population grows, so does the demand for food is increasing day by day. Growing population means increasing appetite, and increasing appetite will be very important for the future of the agricultural world. Since the number of arable acres is expected to increase only moderately, agricultural growers need to become more efficient and more productive in order to produce enough food for a growing hungry world. At the same time, from drought to floods to extreme heat, along with other stresses, crop production will also be subject to unpredictable weather. Therefore, there is a great need for agricultural micronutrients to improve the fertility of the soil, so the growing population is also contributing to the growth of this market. Furthermore, the agricultural micro-nutrient market has seen steady growth due to soil scarcity and depletion of agricultural land. Soil quality is deteriorating due to various reasons such as intensive cropping, widespread use of chemical fertilizers, extensive irrigation facilities, and mining of micronutrient ponds. These factors are contributing to the growth of the global agricultural micronutrient market.

During the initial phase of the pandemic outbreak, supply chain disruptions were observed in the market. These disruptions in the supply chain occurred due to storage in raw materials, workers, and restrictions on transport. Furthermore, the operations were back to normal on the up liftment of lockdown. Additionally, government support, higher demand, and change in strategies by micronutrient manufacturers have positively impacted the global micronutrient manufacturer. And, the high emphasis by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the consumption of fruits, vegetables, pulses, cereals, and grains as a source of a balanced diet also drives the applications of micronutrients for these crops. Therefore, these factors further boost the usage of agricultural micronutrients, along with primary nutrients.

However, there is a lack of awareness among farmers about the use of micronutrients for crops and plants and their benefits. The adoption of new farming methods by farmers depends on factors such as practical viability, economic sustainability, social acceptability, administrative harmony, political constraints, and eco-friendliness. Farmers who cannot adopt such methods are adopting traditional farming methods, which act as a deterrent to the growth of this market.

The increasing production of high-value crops such as fruits and vegetables due to their nutritional profit farmers adopting the best quality micronutrients may offer more opportunities for the further growth of the market.

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Regional & Country Analysis

North America, U.S., Mexico, Canada , Europe, UK, France, Germany, Italy , Asia Pacific, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, South America, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, The Middle East and Africa, GCC, Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa

Table of Content

Chapter 1 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Summary And Quantitative Analysis

1.1 Report Description
1.2 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue Overview
1.3 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth (%) Rate, 2015- 2027

Chapter 2 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Overview And Qualitative Analysis

2.1 Executive Summary
2.2 Market Drivers
2.3 Market Restraints
2.4 Market Opportunities
2.5 Market Trends
2.6 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Swot Analysis
2.7 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Pest Analysis
2.8 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis
2.8.1 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Product Type
2.8.2 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
2.8.3 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Crop Type
2.8.4 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application
2.8.5 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Regional

Chapter 3 Competitive Analysis

3.1 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market
3.1.1 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion), By Players 2018
3.1.2 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue Share (%), By Players 2018

Chapter 4 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: By Product Type

4.1 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Share (%), By Product Type, 2018
4.2 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion), By Product Type, 2015 – 2027
4.3 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T1 ,2015-2027
4.4 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T2,2015-2027
4.5 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T3,2015-2027
4.6 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue Share (%), By Product Type, 2015 – 2027
4.7 Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue Market Share (%), By Product Type, 2015-2027

Chapter 5 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Analysis

5.1 North America Market Snapshot
5.1.1 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2027.
5.1.2 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2027
5.1.3 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2027.
5.1.4 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Product Type
5.1.5 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
5.1.6 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Crop Type
5.1.7 North America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application

Chapter 6 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market Analysis

6.1 Europe Market Snapshot
6.1.1 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2027.
6.1.2 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2027
6.1.3 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2027.
6.1.4 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Product Type
6.1.5 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
6.1.6 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Crop Type
6.1.7 Europe Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application

Chapter 7 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market Analysis

7.1 Asia Pacific Market Snapshot
7.1.1 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2027.
7.1.2 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2027
7.1.3 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2027.
7.1.4 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Product Type
7.1.5 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
7.1.6 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Crop Type
7.1.7 Asia Pacific Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application

Chapter 8 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Analysis

8.1 Latin America Market Snapshot
8.1.1 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2027.
8.1.2 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2027
8.1.3 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2027.
8.1.4 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Product Type
8.1.5 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
8.1.6 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Crop Type
8.1.7 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application

Chapter 9 Middle East & Africa Agricultural Micronutrients Market Analysis

9.1 Middle East & Africa Market Snapshot
9.1.1 Middle East & Africa Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2027.
9.1.2 Middle East & Africa Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2027
9.1.3 Middle East & Africa Agricultural Micronutrients Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2027.
9.1.4 Middle East & Africa Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Product Type
9.1.5 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
9.1.6 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Crop Type
9.1.7 Latin America Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application

Chapter 10 Competitive Analysis

10.1 Company 1.

10.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area And Its Competitors
10.1.2 Company 1. Total Company Revenue 2015-2018
10.1.3 Company 1. Total Company Revenue, By Segment Of Business 2015-2018
10.1.4 Company 1. Total Company Revenue, By Region 2015-2018
10.1.5 Company 1. Global Agricultural Micronutrients Product Category and Description
10.1.6 COMPANY 1. Recent Activity 2015-2019
10.1.7 Main Business/Business Overview
10.1.8 Business Strategy
10.1.9 SWOT Analysis

10.2 Company 2.
10.3 Company 3
10.4 Company 4
10.5 Company 5
10.6 Company 6
10.7 Company 7

Chapter 11 Market Research Findings & Conclusion

Chapter 12 Research Methodology

12.1 Research Process
12.2 Primary Research
12.3 Secondary Research
12.4 Market Size Estimates
12.5 Forecast Model
12.6 Who is This Report For?
12.7 USP’s of Report

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