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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

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Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market – Our new market research study shows trends, developments, progress in R&D and forecast revenue till 2031.

The global market for controlled fertilisers is projected at x billion dollars in 2020, reaching USD xx 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 x%. 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.

Nowadays scientists are engaged in the development of various multi- and nano particulate delivery systems of fertilizers with an objective to control their release and increase the production of various medicinal plants. Polymer coated controlled release fertilizers look promising for widespread use in agriculture because they can be designed to release nutrients in a more controlled manner by manipulating properties of polymer coating. Application of controlled release fertilizers (CRFs) at the time of planting offers a means to improve the establishment of forest tree seedlings. As compared to conventional fertilizer, the gradual release of nutrient release from CRFs may better coincide with plant needs, minimize leaching and improve fertilizer use efficiency. Many different CRFs types are available and products differ in both the technologies by which nutrients are contained and the environment stimulus for a nutrient release. The coming years represent a critical time in this field as commercial applications are being explored. In near future, CRFs with their ability toprovide efficient and desirable controlled release will revolutionize agriculture industry. The advantages of CRFs are numerous which make further study in this field extremely important

What are the key factors to reshaping the growth of the Controlled-Release Fertilizers market? To find out, you must read this newly updated report if you are one of the stake holder of this market. This exclusive report by Visiongain shows you potential revenue opportunity pool until 2031 for the assessment of data, trends, opportunities and business outlooks.

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.

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.

How are you going to tackle the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic?
CRFs use is associated with several economic, agronomical, and environmental returns. Economically, CRFs supply nutrients to the crops for the entire season through a single application thereby saving spreading costs and reduce the demand for short-season manual labour required for topdressing operations. Agronomically, CRFs usage is associated with the improvement of plant growth conditions, such as reduction of stress and specific toxicity resulting from excessive nutrient supply in the root zones. Similarly, CRFs increase the availability of nutrients due to the controlled release of nutrients into a “fixing” medium during the fixation processes in the soil as well as supplying nutrients in the forms preferred by plants; in that way the synergistic effect between nutrients in the CRFs is enhanced. From the environmental perspective, CRFs improves NUE and in so doing reduces losses of surplus nutrients (over plant needs) to the environment. Consequently, high levels of fertilizer accumulation in the environment are minimized, thereby lessening several environmental problems associated with conventional fertilizer use such as eutrophication which causes O2 depletion, death of fish, unpleasant odour to the environment, and aesthetic problems.

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).

The non-agriculture segment for controlled-release fertilizers is projected to account for the largest market share, by end-use
As the use of controlled-release fertilisers on turf and ornamentals has been high in the US and Europe, the non-agriculture segment is estimated to be experiencing higher demand. Their demand is increasing because of several properties provided by these fertilisers. This is one of the key drivers of this segment ‘s growth.

Which regions will emerge as champion growth contributors for the Controlled-Release Fertilizers market?

During the forecast period, Asia Pacific is projected to see significant growth
The largest share was in the Asia Pacific region. In terms of value & volume, respectively, the region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 4.2% & 4.0% during the forecast period. More scope for market expansion is expected by the increasing growth of high-value crops and awareness among farmers of the environmental benefits of controlled release fertilisers. The main factors in the growth of this market in the region are the government policy adopted by countries from Asia Pacific and the large subsidies, provided for marginal farmers by up to 100 percent in some countries. The market should be strengthened in the next five years with R&D investments in the development of coated fertiliser and in the installation of new production capacity by key actors.

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211 tables and graphs are included in our 314 page report. Read about the most lucrative industries and the future prospects on the market. Our new study allows you to evaluate forecast sales worldwide and regional. See financial results, trends, opportunities and forecasts of revenue. In this growing Controlled-Release Fertilizers market a lot of opportunity remains. See how opportunities can be taken advantage of.

Forecasts to 2031 and other analyses reveal the commercial prospects of Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market
• In addition to revenue forecasting to 2031, our new study provides you with recent results, growth rates, and market shares.
• You find original analyses, with business outlooks and developments.
• Discover qualitative analyses (including market dynamics, drivers, opportunities, restraints and challenges), product profiles and commercial developments.

Discover sales predictions for the Controlled-Release Fertilizers market and submarkets

Global Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market 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

Global Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market by End-Use

Agriculture
Cereals & grains
Oilseeds & pulses
Vegetables
Fruits
Plantation crops

Non-agriculture
Turfs & ornamentals
Nurseries & grains
Other non-agriculture

Global Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market by Mode of Application
Foliar application
Fertigation
Soil
aerial sprays
broadcast
Other modes of application

In addition to the revenue predictions for the overall world market and segments, you will also find revenue forecasts for 5 regional and 20 leading national markets:

• North America Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Outlook
o U.S. Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Canada Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
• Europe Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Outlook
o Germany Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o France Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o United Kingdom Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Italy Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Spain Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Rest of Europe Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
• Asia Pacific Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Outlook
o China Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Japan Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o India Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Australia Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o South Korea Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Rest of Asia Pacific Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
• Latin America Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Outlook Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Brazil Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Mexico Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Argentina Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Rest of Latin America Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
• Middle East and Africa Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Outlook
o Turkey Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Saudi Arabia Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o South Africa Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o UAE Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Egypt Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market Forecast & COVID Impact Analysis
o Rest of Middle East and Africa

The report also includes profiles and for some of the leading companies in the Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market, with a focus on this segment of these companies’ operations.

Leading companies and the potential for market growth
ICL Specialty Fertilizers
Koch Industries
JCAM AGRI.
DeltaChem
SK Specialties
AgroLiquid
Kingenta International
Nutrien Ltd.
COMPO EXPERT
The Andersons Inc.

Overall world revenue for Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market will surpass $xx million in 2020, our work calculates. We predict strong revenue growth through to 2031. Our work identifies which organizations hold the greatest potential. Discover their capabilities, progress, and commercial prospects, helping you stay ahead.

How the Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market report helps you
In summary, our 210+ page report provides you with the following knowledge:
• Visiongain Report provides detailed trend analysis of the global Controlled-Release Fertilizers market in the following years to determine prospective investment areas.
• Visiongain report helps you to get a thorough understanding of the factors behind the demand driving drivers of various Controlled-Release Fertilizers segments in the world’s top expenditure countries and identify their opportunities.
• Visiongain report will enhance your understanding for Controlled-Release Fertilizers market, including in terms of demand drivers, trends in the industry and the latest technological developments.
• Visiongain report helps you to determine the major channels that drive the world Controlled-Release Fertilizers market and provide a clear picture of future opportunities, which lead to revenue expansion.
• Channel resources by focusing on current programmes implemented by the various countries on the global Controlled-Release Fertilizers market.

• Revenue forecasts to 2031 for Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market, with forecasts for Type, End-Use, Mode of Application each forecasted at a global and regional level– discover the industry’s prospects, finding the most lucrative places for investments and revenues

• Revenue forecasts to 2031 for 5 regional and 20 key national markets – See forecasts for the Controlled-Release Fertilizers market in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA. Also forecasted is the market in the US, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, and Australia among other prominent economies.

• Prospects for established firms and those seeking to enter the market– including company profiles for 10 of the major companies involved in the Controlled-Release Fertilizers Market.

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