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Home>Global Agricultural Enzymes (Phosphatases, Dehydrogenase, Sulfatases) Market 2014-2017 & 2025 - Research and Markets

Global Agricultural Enzymes (Phosphatases, Dehydrogenase, Sulfatases) Market 2014-2017 & 2025 - Research and Markets

Global Agricultural Enzymes (Phosphatases, Dehydrogenase, Sulfatases) Market 2014-2017 & 2025 - Research and Markets

10/06/2017

Global Agricultural Enzymes (Phosphatases, Dehydrogenase, Sulfatases) Market 2014-2017 & 2025 - Research and Markets

The "Agricultural Enzymes Market Analysis by Type (Phosphatases, Dehydrogenase, Sulfatases), by Crop Type (Cereals & Grains, Oilseeds & Pulses, Fruits & Vegetables), by Product Type, by Region and Segment Forecasts, 2014 - 2025" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

The global agricultural enzymes market is expected to reach USD 671.4 million by 2025

The increase in the consumption of organic food has been a major driving factor for the global industry growth. In addition, the rising usage of bio-products in the agricultural industry is also anticipated to be a major boost for the market.

Agricultural enzymes are biodegradable proteins used for enhancing the crop growth. Some of its other major application are crop protection against insects, pest & diseases, enhancing soil fertility, and decomposition of agricultural wastes. Such inherent advantages of the product are expected to benefit the market.

Cereals & grains crop type is anticipated to have the fastest growth rate over the next eight years. It is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2017 to 2025. The enzymes added in cereals and grains have the ability to remove bran and germs from the crop. Exogenous is one such enzyme which provides an aid to maintain the quality of harvest and facilitate nutrient loss prevention. These factors are projected to propel the cereals & grains segment growth over the next eight years.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Methodology & Scope

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