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Agricultural Surfactants Market Size Forecast to Reach $1.4 Billion by 2025


Agricultural Surfact

iCrowdNewswire   Dec 4, 2020  5:00 AM ET

Agricultural Surfactants Market size is forecast to reach $1.4 billion by 2025, after growing at a CAGR of 6.3% during 2020-2025. With the growing pressure on global food production and the adoption of new farming practices and technologies, demand for Pesticides is expected to increase, which will, in turn, fuel the growth of the agricultural surfactant. Also, an increase in the demand for crop protection chemicals and increasing push from the government for the adoption of protected agricultural practices will result to be the key factors driving growth in the demand of agricultural surfactants industry in the forecast era.

Type – Segment Analysis

Non-ionic is widely used in Agricultural Surfactants Market. Structural nonionic surfactants combine uncharged hydrophilic and hydrophobic groups that make them effective as emulsifiers and foaming agents for wetting and spreading. In agriculture surfactants, non-ionic surfactants are widely used as they are good dispersing agents, have low toxicity to animals and plants, and are stable in cold water. Non-ionic surfactants in agriculture are used mostly in herbicide spray solutions. Nonionic surfactants are an important component material for applications ranging from personal care to a wide range of industrial applications. Also, the nonionic surfactant has non-electric charged molecules which make them resistant to deactivation of water hardness. Owing to which it is perfect for use in detergents for the laundry, toilet bowl cleaners, and detergents for dishwashing.

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Substrate Type-Segment Analysis

Synthetic Substrate is widely used in Agricultural Surfactants Market. Synthetic surfactants are primarily derived from petroleum or petroleum-based products chemical synthesis. Currently, most surfactants available in the market are synthesized from petroleum-based feedstock such as ethylene, benzene, kerosene, and n-paraffin’s. Synthetic agricultural surfactants are additives used to improve the effectiveness of agricultural pesticides in agrochemical formulations. These surfactants decrease the surface tension of water in the pesticide spray solution, thereby enhancing its wet ability, spreading ability, retention, and penetration on the surface of the leaf. Surfactants lower the number of pesticides required since less active compounds is needed during foliar uptake. That reduces the total cost and pollution. To provide effective crop protection, these surfactants are applied to crops through pesticide formulations such as herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, foliar nutrients, and plant-growth regulators. Hence, owing to these properties the growth of synthetic substrate is expected to rise in the forecast period.

Crop Type-Segment Analysis

Cereals & Grains are widely used in Agricultural Surfactants Market. Surfactants are used to prepare formulations for crop care which play an important role in increasing agricultural production to feed rising populations. Surfactants make their application more productive and safer, reducing the amount of active ingredient required to protect crops from infestation, disease, and malnutrition. The manufacturing of cereals forms an essential part of the food chain. Through direct human consumption and also through meat production, cereal crops provide essential nutrients and energy in the daily human diet, since they comprise a major feed for livestock. Wheat and rice are the world’s most important crops, accounting for over 50% of the cereal production worldwide. According to Food and Agriculture Organization, after stagnating in 2019-20, world cereal utilization in 2020-21 is tentatively forecast to expand by 1.6% (i.e.) 43 million tones year-on-year to reach an all-time high of 2732 million tones. Hence due to these properties, the market is anticipated to boost in the forecast period.

By Application- Segment Analysis

Herbicides held the largest share in the Agricultural Surfactants Market in 2019 and are projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period 2020-2025. In herbicide treatment solutions, surfactants are almost always present to improve spray droplet retention and penetration of active ingredients into plant foliage. Synthetic agricultural surfactants are used mainly with water-based herbicide spray solutions, as they accentuate the emulsifying, dispersing, spreading, wetting, or other liquid-modifying surface properties. Also, the herbicide is largely used during the production of cereals and grains. Surfactants are used in cereal and grain herbicide treatment solutions to enhance the spray droplet retention and penetration of active ingredients into the plant foliage.

Geography- Segment Analysis

North America held the largest share with 42.8% in Agricultural Surfactants Market in 2019. The region is expected to grow steadily, particularly with the goal of the various government initiatives to increase yield and maintain a continuous supply of raw materials for the food, feed, and biofuel industries. High agricultural growth due to population expansion, the presence of fertile and arable land, large agricultural occupation dependent population, lucrative government schemes, and a rise in agricultural R&D & farming techniques are expected to significantly contribute to the market during the forecast period. The U.S. agribusiness industry, due to its large workforce, market size, and infrastructure, is a significant competitor on the global market. The agribusiness industry includes subsectors such as agricultural chemicals, crop processing, aquaculture, forestry and logging, and livestock. According to SelectUSA, in 2018, the agribusiness industry contributed more than $159billion in export sales to the US economy. Also, FDI totaled more than $14 billion in the U.S in the same year.

Drivers –Agricultural Surfactants Market

Rising Demand for Bio-Based Surfactants

Rising environmental and health concerns has shifted the governments and surfactant manufacturers towards renewable and sustainable products. Owing to which there is a high demand for biologically derived products that pose a negligible threat to the environment compared to conventional products derived from petroleum that are toxic and bioaccumulate in the marine environment. Bio-surfactants are widely used in the petrochemical industry and are extensively used for emulsification, emulsion breakdown, wetting, foaming, and anti-static applications. Bio-surfactant has many advantages such as biodegradability, low toxicity, improved surface, and interfacial operation. Also, factors such as the nature of the carbon source, nitrogen source, temperature, and pH influence the production of bio-surfactants. Owing to their potential advantages, biosurfactant has applications in many industries such as agriculture, food production, chemistry, cosmetics, and pharmaceutics. Surfactants are an important auxiliary in the production process, as they are usually used as wetting, emulsification, dispersion, penetration, levelness. Increasing environmental concerns, developments in biotechnology, and the emergence of more stringent regulation have resulted in bio-surfactants becoming a potential alternative to the chemical surfactants.

Development in Production Techniques

Several approaches have been undertaken to improve the bio-based surfactant productivity, such as genetic modifications, optimization of growth conditions, and computational modeling. During aeration and agitation of the solution, the processing of bio-based surfactants in bioreactor results in extreme foaming. At times, the high formation of foam is caused by the presence of extracellular proteins, resulting in increased cost of production. Hence, to reduce the production cost of bio-based surfactants the use of low-cost substrates such as crude or waste materials such as biodiesel waste glycerine, soybean oil refinery waste fatty acids, and sunflower oil refinery waste is used. Also, the use of these waste substrates significantly reduces production costs, maximizes the efficiency of consumption, and makes the process eco-friendly.

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Challenges –Agricultural Surfactants Market

Effects of Surfactants on Aquatic Life

The degree of damage to aquatic plants by surfactants relates directly to their concentration. When the surfactant content is high in water, the growth of algae and other microorganisms in water gets affected, resulting in reduced primary productivity of water bodies, thereby undermining the aquatic organisms food chain in water bodies. The reason that surfactant cause acute poisoning can lead to increased membrane permeability, leading to a gradual disintegration of the material exosmosis and cell structure. Also, surfactants affect aquatic animals. After the fish is exposed to the surfactants, the serum transaminases and the activity of alkaline acid phosphatase increase which indicates the adverse effects produced by the fish. Hence, surfactants can hinder the growth of the market in the forecast period.

Market Landscape

Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Agricultural Surfactants Market. In 2019, the market of Agricultural Surfactants Market has been consolidated by the top five players accounting for xx% of the share. Major players in the Agricultural Surfactants Market are DowDuPont, Huntsman Corporation, Helena Chemical, Stepan Company, BASF, AkzoNobel, Evonik, Solvay, Nufarm, Clariant among others.

Key Takeaways

North America dominates the agricultural surfactants market due to the presence of a well-established agricultural industry, high agriculture expenditure, and a strong emphasis on technologically advanced farming techniques & products.

The introduction of new agricultural practices and advanced technologies such as “agriculture 4.0,” a kind of precision farming, will be a major driver of the global demand for synthetic agricultural surfactants during the forecast era.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, industries are being lockdown and also raw material is not being supplied for manufacturing goods as a result to which the market is being highly affected across the globe worldwide.

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