The Middle-East and Africa Seed Treatment Market was worth USD 446.98 million in 2021 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 9.33%, to reach USD 701.12 million by 2026.
Seed treatment is a mechanism in which the seeds are pre-treated with a chemical or fungicidal or any antimicrobial before plantation. Usually seed treatment involves seed dressing, seed coating and seed pelleting. Seed dressing is one of the most commonly employed methods of seed treatment. In seed treatment, only planting seeds are coated with treating agent; therefore, low number of active ingredients is required for protection against a variety of fungal diseases and insect pests.
Middle-East and Africa Seed Treatment Market Drivers:
Shrinking arable land and lower crop yield due to pests has been resulted into increasing demand for seed treatment. Increase in prices of fertilizers and pesticides have fuelled the growth of seed treatment market. Strong growth in population resulting into steep rise in demand for food crops is a major growth driver for seed treatment market. The left over materials after the treatment affect the environment and limited dose capacity along with limited shelf life are some of the constrains of the seed treatment market.
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Agriculture is Middle-East and Africa’s largest economic sector. Africa’s agro-ecological potential is massively larger than its current output as more than one-quarter of the world’s arable land lies in this continent. Middle-East, and Africa provides new growth opportunities for market players.
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