23 February 2021
Visiongain has published a new report on Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Report to 2031: By Type, Slow-release- (Urea-formaldehyde, Urea-isobutyraldehyde, Urea-acetaldehyde, Crotonylidenediurea, Other slow-release fertilizers), Coated & encapsulated-, (Sulfur Coatings, Polymer Coatings, Sulfur-Polymer Coatings, Condensation Polymers, Drying Oils, Waxes, Bitumen, Other Coated Fertilizers), Nitrogen stabilizers (N-Stabilizers), (Nitrification inhibitors, Urease inhibitors), By End-Use-, Agriculture, (Cereals & grains, Oilseeds & pulses, Vegetables, Fruits, Plantation crops), Non-agriculture(, Turfs & ornamentals, Nurseries & grains, Other non-agriculture, Soybean), By Mode of application (, Foliar application, Fertigation, Soil, aerial sprays, broadcast, Other modes of application) PLUS COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Recovery Pattern Analysis (V-shaped, W-shaped, U-shaped, L-shaped) Profiles of Leading Companies, Region and Country.
Global Controlled release fertilizers (CRFs) Market Outlook
The global market for controlled fertilisers is projected at 2.4 billion dollars in 2020, reaching USD 3.2 billion by 2025. Controlled release fertilizers (CRFs) are fertilizer granules intercalated within carrier molecules commonly known as excipients to control nutrients release thereby improving nutrient supply to crops and minimize environmental, ecological, and health hazards. In that sense, CRFs usage is an advanced way to supply crop’s nutrients due to gradual pattern of nutrient release, which improves fertilizer use efficiency (FUE). In the forecast period, the market will grow at a rate of 6.3%. Market-powering factors include increased demand for highly effective fertilisers, favourable governmental regulations, increased demand for high-value crops, and an increase in investment from key market players. These fertilisers effectively address the growing environmental problems associated with the loss of nutrients by land drainage and rivers from fields using excess conventional fertilisers.
What factors could lead to an expansion of the Controlled-Release Fertilizers market?
Owing to the high demand for fertilizer formulations that will exhaust the possibilities of nutrient use efficiency (NUE), regulate fertilizer consumption, and lessen agrophysicochemical properties and environmental adverse effects instigated by conventional nutrient supply to crops, this review recapitulates controlled release fertilizers (CRFs) as a cutting-edge and safe way to supply crops’ nutrients over the conventional ways. Essentially, CRFs entail fertilizer particles intercalated within excipients aiming at reducing the frequency of fertilizer application thereby abating potential adverse effects linked with conventional fertilizer use.
What is the role of Application of nanotechnology and materials engineering in CRF?
Application of nanotechnology and materials engineering in agriculture particularly in the design of CRFs, the distinctions and classification of CRFs, and the economical, agronomical, and environmental aspects of CRFs has been revised putting into account the development and synthesis of CRFs, laboratory CRFs syntheses and testing, and both linear and sigmoid release features of CRF formulations. Methodical account on the mechanism of nutrient release centring on the empirical and mechanistic approaches of predicting nutrient release is given in view of selected mathematical models. Compositions and laboratory preparations of CRFs basing on in situ and graft polymerization are provided alongside the physical methods used in CRFs encapsulation, with an emphasis on the natural polymers, modified clays, and superabsorbent nanocomposite excipients.
Controlled-release fertilizers (CRF) are the newest and most technically advanced way of supplying mineral nutrients
The newest and technically most advanced way in which mineral nutrients are supplied to nursery crops is to supply controlled release fertilisers (CRF). Their gradual pattern of release of nutrients better satisfies plant requirements, minimises leaching and thus improves fertiliser use efficiency in comparison with traditional fertilisers. We found many terms used interchangeably with controlled release, like slow release in our literature review, but in this article we'll refer simply to them all as controlled release fertilisers (CRF).
Leading companies and the potential for market growth
ICL Specialty Fertilizers
The Andersons Inc.
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Urea is used most frequently in agriculture on the basis of nitrogen fertiliser, and in the past decade has been responsible for almost 90 percent of the growth of the market in nitrogen fertilisers. Urea is preferred as an ammonium nitrate substitute and is widely used as an economical and easy-to-use solution.
26 February 2021
Due to the presence of a large number of multinational chemical producers in the USA, the market for North America is expected to see significant growth during the forecast period. The market for nitric acid will continue to reflect high growth as industries like manufacturing, automotive, agricultural and furniture are growing rapidly.
26 February 2021
Demand for nematicides is high in certain countries. Although the US market for nematicides accounts for a small fraction of the total use of pesticides, nematicides account for over 60 percent of total agricultural pesticides in the Netherlands.
26 February 2021
The increased demand for organic pesticides and fertilisers was the result of increasing concern about environmental degradation. Neem-based agricultural products are thus increasingly being used to preserve soil quality and prevent harmful effects of synthetic pesticides.