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North America Bio Stimulants Market

  • Report Code: BI 1000
  • Publish Date: 18 Dec 2014
  • Next Update Date: 18 Mar 2015
  
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The bio stimulants market in North America was valued at $0.27 billion in 2013, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% annually, to reach $0.49 billion by 2018. This market constitutes 21.5% of the global bio stimulants market. The major types of this market include Acids, Extracts, and others comprising 54.2%, 40.7%, and 5.1% respectively, of the North American bio stimulants market. The most important macroindicators of this market is Agricultural Land. The North American bio stimulants market can be segmented in terms of companies, end-users, applications, and macroindicators. 

 

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  • You can request a 10% customization in the research that matches your requirement. For example, you could request a deep dive research in any specific region, technology, or application.
  • This report provides a competitive landscape of the top players of the bio stimulants market in North America. Under the strategic benchmarking section, we will provide you with their key developments along with the impacts that include new product developments, M&A, a strategic focus on any specific application, technology, and geography. Under the Financials section, we will provide you with details that span Capex (Investments), revenues, EBITDA, and so on. Under the operational insights section, we will provide you with the new capacities added, new centers, and new key employments. Under the sales and marketing section, we will provide you with insights on new contracts (available on the public domain), new distribution channels added, new marketing initiatives, and so on.

 

Key questions answered

  • What are the market estimates and forecasts based on which the markets are doing well, and which are not?
  • What is the competitive landscape; who are the main players in each segment; what are their strategic directives, operational strengths, key selling products, and product pipelines? Who is doing what?

 

Audience for this report

  • North America Bio Stimulants Companies

 

CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS FOR BIOSTIMULANT MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA

 

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Technical analysis

 

The earlier input-output notion of more nitrogen resulting in greater yield and lesser pests has proved to be futile. The use and efficiency of crop protection inputs depend upon the type of soil and other geographical factors, essential for agriculture. The biostimulants, classified on the basis of ingredients (Humic acid, Fulvic acid, Amino Acid, Seaweed extracts),may deliver different results for similar conditions.

  • A regional geographical analysis and its suitability for a particular type of biostimulant product
  • Extreme climatic conditions such as high rainfall and high temperature require crops to be more resilient to withstand stress. Biostimulants increase plant tolerance and help them recover from environmental stresses and hence indicated that the use of the right biostimulant is highly essential
  • The type of soil under cultivation should be studied, as biostimulants also maintain the health of the soil. A healthy soil retains more water and resists erosion and hence, is more productive

 

Pattern in usage of Biostimulants

  • Biostimulants are not used widely for conventional farming, and still are treated as inputs meant for organic farming and gardening
  • To study the usage pattern of biostimulants (Humic acid, Fulvic acid, Amino Acid, Seaweed extracts) which are often non-scientific
  • To study the usage of biostimulants in terms of volume (Humic acid, Fulvic acid, Amino Acid, Seaweed extracts) which are often applied arbitrarily

 

Low-cost Sourcing Locations

With the rising cost of raw materials, the overall pressure on prices has been increasing. Cost optimization is taking place at every value addition process. But a good percentage of the reduction in cost can be achieved the input level itself.

  • Studying the various raw material sourcing locations to give a comparative analysis of low-cost raw material sourcing locations
  • Discover locations with good logistics and connectivity along with low costs of inputs

 

Competitive Intelligence

  • The competitive advantage the competitor is enjoying over other market players
  • The companies operating in the segment with a similar product portfolio or targeting the similar markets
  • Arriving at a competitive benchmarking by taking into account the top industry players in the same category

 

Regulatory framework

  • List the regulatory issues in import policies of the countries, if they are adversely affecting the business
  • To study whether the governments, in the North American region, are offering any fertilizer subsidies or non-tariff barriers for agricultural inputs

 

Crop - application usage data

  • Types of biostimulants (Humic acid, Fulvic acid, Amino Acid, Seaweed extracts) preferred for a particular crop (Row crops, fruits & vegetables, turf & ornamental crops)
  • Types of biostimulants (Humic acid, Fulvic acid, Amino Acid, Seaweed extracts) preferred for a particular application (Foliar, soil, & seed)


1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives of the study
1.1.1 Overall goal of writing the report
1.2 Market Definition and Scope of the study
1.2.1 Market Definition
1.2.2 Areas covered
1.2.3 Markets Covered
1.3 Stakeholders
1.4 Research Methodology
1.4.1 Secondary sources
1.4.2 Primary Sources
1.4.3 Market estimation methodology (Top-down, bottom-up, data triangulation.)
1.4.4 Macro indicators for the study
1.5 Assumptions
1.6 List of Acronyms

 

2 Market Overview

 

3 Bio Stimulants-North America, By Ingredients
3.1 Split By Geography
3.1 Bio Stimulants-U.S. by Ingredients
3.1 Bio Stimulants-Canada by Ingredients
3.1 Bio Stimulants-Mexico by Ingredients
3.2 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-North America
3.2.1 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-North America, By MacroIndicators
3.2.1.1 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-Agricultural Land-North America
3.2.2 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-North America, By Geographies
3.2.2.1 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-U.S.
3.2.2.2 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-Canada
3.2.2.3 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-Mexico
3.2.3 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-North America, By Ingredients
3.2.3.1 Others plant extracts-North America
3.2.3.2 Seaweed extracts-North America
3.3 Others (Active Ingredients)-North America
3.3.1 Others (Active Ingredients)-North America, By MacroIndicators
3.3.1.1 Others (Active Ingredients)-Agricultural Land-North America
3.3.2 Others (Active Ingredients)-North America, By Geographies
3.3.2.1 Others (Active Ingredients)-U.S.
3.3.2.2 Others (Active Ingredients)-Canada
3.3.2.3 Others (Active Ingredients)-Mexico
3.3.3 Others (Active Ingredients)-North America, By Ingredients
3.3.3.1 Microbial soil amendments-North America
3.3.3.2 B-Vitamins-North America
3.3.3.3 Chitin & Chitosin-North America
3.4 Acids (Active Ingredients)-North America
3.4.1 Acids (Active Ingredients)-North America, By MacroIndicators
3.4.1.1 Acids (Active Ingredients)-Agricultural Land-North America
3.4.2 Acids (Active Ingredients)-North America, By Geographies
3.4.2.1 Acids (Active Ingredients)-U.S.
3.4.2.2 Acids (Active Ingredients)-Canada
3.4.2.3 Acids (Active Ingredients)-Mexico
3.4.3 Acids (Active Ingredients)-North America, By Ingredients
3.4.3.1 Fulvic acid-North America
3.4.3.2 Amino acid-North America
3.4.3.3 Humic acid-North America

 

4 Bio Stimulants-North America, By Geographies
4.1 U.S.
4.1.1 U.S., By MacroIndicators
4.1.1.1 Agricultural Land-U.S.
4.1.2 U.S., By Companies
4.1.2.1 Brandt Consolidated-U.S.
4.1.2.2 Verdesian Life Sciences, LLC (U.S.)-U.S.
4.1.3 U.S., By Ingredients
4.1.3.1 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-U.S.
4.1.3.2 Others (Active Ingredients)-U.S.
4.1.3.3 Acids (Active Ingredients)-U.S.
4.2 Canada
4.2.1 Canada, By MacroIndicators
4.2.1.1 Agricultural Land-Canada
4.2.2 Canada, By Ingredients
4.2.2.1 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-Canada
4.2.2.2 Others (Active Ingredients)-Canada
4.2.2.3 Acids (Active Ingredients)-Canada
4.3 Mexico
4.3.1 Mexico, By MacroIndicators
4.3.1.1 Agricultural Land-Mexico
4.3.2 Mexico, By Ingredients
4.3.2.1 Extracts (Active Ingredients)-Mexico
4.3.2.2 Others (Active Ingredients)-Mexico
4.3.2.3 Acids (Active Ingredients)-Mexico

 

5 Bio Stimulants-North America, By Companies
5.1 Split By Geography
5.2 Bio Stimulants-U.S. by Companies
5.1 Bio Stimulants-Canada by Companies
5.1 Bio Stimulants-Mexico by Companies
5.2 Agrium Inc.-North America
5.3 Agrinos crop input-biological segment-North America
5.4 Taminco Crop Protection-North America
5.5 ISAGRO Agrochemicals-North America
5.6 Koppert B.V.-North America
5.7 Lallemand Plant Care-North America
5.8 Brandt Consolidated-North America
5.8.1 Brandt Consolidated-North America, By Geographies
5.8.1.1 Brandt Consolidated-U.S.
5.9 Verdesian Life Sciences, LLC (U.S.)-North America
5.9.1 Verdesian Life Sciences, LLC (U.S.)-North America, By Geographies
5.9.1.1 Verdesian Life Sciences, LLC (U.S.)-U.S.