FMI’s report includes key findings on global biostimulants market forecast that indicate a comparatively higher growth of biostimulants sales in acid-based active ingredients. Alginic acid, caidrine, amino acids, polypeptides, and humic acids, among others, are some common acidic ingredients present in biostimulants that actively boost the cultivation process among plants and crops. The importance of such active ingredients is to speed up the aerobic activity and maintain chemical balance during cultivation. Irregular presence of acids and bases in crops can result into damaged produce and shall lower the annual crop yield to significant extent. In order to prevent such adverse implications, farmers will continue to opt for acid-based biostimulants and ensue that micro-organic activities in cultivated crops remains unaltered. In addition to this, consumption of food and farm produce containing active acidic ingredients is incidentally bolster the biostimulants sales under acid-based active ingredients segment.
Gaining prominence of biostimulants in global agricultural sector has also induced substantial demand for extract-based biostimulants. Higher efficiency and easier availability of raw materials is said to fuel demand for acid-based biostimulants, while extract-based stimulants are predicted to gain prominence among soil-related applications in farming and agricultural activities.
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