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Key Factors Influencing the growth of #Agriculture #Enzymes Market !!

The agricultural enzymes market is estimated to be valued at USD 279.2 Million in 2017, and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 11.2% from 2017 to 2022. Agricultural enzymes find wide applications in cereals & grains, oilseeds & pulses, fruits & vegetables, and turf & ornamentals. Factors such as cheaper production methods, new application fields, and new enzymes drive the growth of this market.

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The North American region dominated the market and accounted for the largest share in the global agricultural enzymes market in 2016. Factors such as a large population, increasing concerns about the environment, awareness about agricultural biotechnology, and application of advanced farming technologies are driving the growth of the agricultural enzymes market in the region.

key players : Novozymes A/S (Novozymes BioAg) (Denmark), Syngenta AG (Switzerland), E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (U.S.), Koninklijke DSM N.V. (Netherlands), BASF SE (Germany), and Bayer AG (Germany)

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The danger of Calcium Toxicity ‎12/‎24/‎2016 =========== The question of whether too much calcium in our soils could be harmful to our plants has come up. Some elements that folks add to their soil can cause problems if they add too much, but calcium is not one of them. Plants will take up what they need and leave the rest. You and I should always strive to achieve balance in our soils if we are to maximize our crop production. Also, the expense and extra work adding what we do not need to our soils are wasteful and foolish even if they are not harmful. --------------- If you use organic fertilizers, you should also be careful to monitor nutritional content of your additions - wood ash, manures, etc. Keeping track of your soil content is important when growing plants. Good farming practices will lead us to get our soil tested to determine what we need to add to our soil for our crops. Merry Christmas! Admiral
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The following is an excerpt from my tomato discussion from Facebook: Tomatoes doing the Split ‎12/‎22/‎2016 ------------- The splitting of tomatoes is a needless waste for gardeners and farmers. Tomatoes as they mature they expand and their skin stretches. This stretching along with its ripening causes the skin to get thinner and weaker the longer they stay on the bush. It is like a balloon being inflated. Tomatoes under normal circumstances can mature and ripen to a beautiful red tomato unless it starts soaking up too much water in a short period of time. When over-irrigating and or torrential rains occur, the soil's air pockets are filled with water. This saturation will signal the tomato's roots to increase its moisture uptake much of which will be pumped into the fruit. [This rapid uptake of water is probably a survival instinct because the roots feel threatened with death by drowning. Plant life has triggers to preserve its life when it is threatened.] Too much extra water pressure will burst the skin of the tomato. ----- Fruit split also occurs when a plant is allowed to start drying and then is heavily watered. The skin of the tomato loses some of its elasticity when the plant is deprived of the water it needs. Then when excessive water is available, the plant takes up the water in large amounts because the plant is calling for it because of its dry condition. Some of that extra water is fed into the fruit with its somewhat brittle skin. When the tomato skin cannot expand fast enough to keep its contents inside of the skin - Boom a tear occurs. -------- With the irrigation method that Dr. Powell proposed I had no tomatoes doing the split. When heavy rains were in the forecast, I picked my ripe and almost ripe tomatoes to eliminate the possibility of this occurrence. [lightly watered 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day.] Merry Christmas! Admiral.
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Allendale, S. C. at its Best ‎9/‎14/‎2016 ========================== I meet a lot of people. Most folks are easy going, but there are some that go out of their way to help you. ------------- Sometime ago, My wife and I were coming through the town of Allendale, S. C. I was sleeping while my wife was driving. As we were leaving Allendale my wife punched me and told me we had a flat tire. Half sleep I got out of the van to look. Sure enough, it was flat. I looked up and saw a lady coming across the street with two bottles of ice water for my wife and me. About that time her father was crossing the road making his way toward us. He asked if he could help. I told him I could get it. I proceeded to look for the spare tire from under the vehicle - still sleepy. I had a problem figuring how to get the tire from under the vehicle. [Remember I am an old man.] The man from across the street kindly moved me aside and removed the spare tire, took off the flat tire, put the spare on the vehicle then went back to his house and got his air compressor and pumped up the spare. When he was through I offered to pay him, but he would not take it. I told him it was not payment, but a gift for his help but he still would not take it. ---------------- I have traveled through Allendale many times through the years going to see my sister in Georgia and have done business in the area, but Allendale will now have a special place in my heart for a father and his daughter. Allendale is blessed to have these two folks in their town. A thankful traveler. Admiral [There are still good people in this world.]
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Oilseed Market and Grain Seed Market By Types, Biotech Trait & Geography - Global Trends & Forecast To 2018

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The global oilseed market and grain seed market was $33,302.1 million in 2012 and is expected to reach $64,113.0 million by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 12.0% from 2013 to 2018. The global oilseed market and grain seed market was dominated by giant players like Monsanto (U.S.), DuPont (U.S.) and Syngenta (Switzerland) etc.

North American region is the largest market for oilseeds and grain seeds and continues to grow in near future. China, Brazil and India are also important countries for this market, and are adopting new technologies to grow faster. Corn controls the largest market share, followed by soybean, in terms of value.

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Phytosterols Market : Global Trends, Opportunities Analysis and Forecast to 2018

Phytosterols are substances that are similar in structure to cholesterol and are formed exclusively in plants. They are added to food for their blood cholesterol-lowering properties. There are numerous commercial products, both raw materials and finished products, containing phytosterols in different proportions. The phytosterols market is projected to exhibit a growth of 8.7% for the next five years.

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The global market for phytosterols was estimated at $438.45 Million in 2014 and is projected to reach $721.26 Million by 2020, at a CAGR of 8.7% from 2015 to 2020. Europe dominated the global market and is expected to be the fastest-growing in the near future owing to the health concerns in the region.

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Hey everyone, be sure to follow Ranch Hand Tips on Youtube!  A channel full of Agricultural and Farming related Tips and Tricks. 

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Farms benefit from shelterbelts (windbreaks to protect farmlands + livestock). Learn more in today's blog! #farm      

Source - The Complete Illustrated Guide to Farming

http://www.wholehomenews.com/blog/Conservation-on-the-Farm-Shelterbelts/512
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