DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Cultivation
Solutions – Global Market Outlook (2017-2026)” report has been
added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
According to this report, the Global Cultivation Solutions Market is
expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.9% during the forecast period.
Increasing adoption of smart agriculture solutions, huge focus to
develop farm yield, productivity and improved expenditure on R&D of
smart agriculture are some of the factors propelling the market growth.
However, increasing concerns over privacy and security are some of the
factors hampering the market growth. In addition, adoption of automated
solutions for cultivation is the major trend for market growth.
- Compound Environmental & Control Equipment
- Agriculture Cloud
- Production Support Solutions
Based on application, agriculture cloud segment is likely to witness
steady growth over the forecast period. Use of Cloud computing
technology in agricultural areas has greater chance in the overall
development. An effective implementation of cloud computing is
encouraging in agricultural sector. The modern era of cloud computing
technology is very helpful for centralized the all-agricultural related
data bank such as Soil-related, weather, Research, Crop, Farmers,
Agriculture marketing, fertilizers and pesticide information.
By geography, North America is expected to have the largest market share
and dominated the market during the forecast period, owing the adoption
of technologically advanced solutions in smart agriculture is high in
American countries such as the US, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico.
1 Executive Summary
3 Market Trend Analysis
4 Porters Five Force Analysis
5 Global Cultivation Solutions Market, By Application
6 Global Cultivation Solutions Market, By Geography
7 Key Developments
8 Company Profiling
- AG Leader Technology
- Deere & Company
- Envirotech Cultivation Solutions
- Rhythm Cultivation Solutions and Services
- Critical Cultivation Solutions
- Global Garden
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