Crop Micronutrients Market: Rising Consumption of Healthy Foods Stoke Demand


San Francisco, California, January 24, 2019 : Micronutrients play a major role in metabolic activities in plants and they are the essential elements for plant growth. Micronutrients help in balancing crop nutrition and also are advantageous in the areas such as improving color, taste, quality, disease resistance, water use, and efficiency in fertilizers. Furthermore, micronutrients such as zinc, copper, iron, and boron promote plant immunity. They help in developing large and strong roots and building complete proteins and compounds. Inadequate micronutrients supplement in plants result in abnormality, slow growth, and reduced yield.

Going forward, the global crop micronutrients market is expected to grow at a solid pace. The market will be worth US$11532.36 mn by the end of 2025, notes TMR.

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Growing Demand for Biofuels Fillips Global Crop Micronutrients Market

Increasing demand for maintaining the quality and quantity of the plants, growing need for effective fertilizers to improve poor soil quality, and rising consumption of food are believed to be driving the global crop micronutrients market. Micronutrients are advantageous in upping production of food. Farmers are incorporating essential ingredients with micronutrients in the form of fertilizers to increase yield. Improper dosage of micronutrients can cause various diseases in plants such as chlorosis, yellowing of leaves, gummosis and others. Chemical fertilizers consisting micronutrients offers protection to the crops from insects as well as UV radiation.

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Increasing usage of micronutrients in various crops such as oilseeds, cereals, pulses, fruit and vegetables, and grains and growing demand for biofuels over conventional fuels are expected to propel the global crop micronutrients market. Crop micronutrients are available in the form of chelated and non-chelated micronutrients. Farmers are choosing zinc as a micronutrients more often as it offers better growth and productivity of agricultural crops. Huge application of micronutrients in seed treatment, foliar, and fertigation are projected to boost the global crop micronutrients market.

Rohit Bhisey

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