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The Agricultural Microbials Market is Exploding

The Agricultural Microbials Market is Exploding

To many people, the agricultural microbials market is a new, untested market. This is simply untrue. In fact, the agricultural microbials market is exploding. Companies that are in the agricultural market would be wise to enter this growth market.

According to a published report¹, the agricultural microbials market is expected to be 4.45 BILLION dollars by 2019. This includes bacteria, fungi, virus and protozoa. Not surprisingly, the North America has the biggest market share, followed by Europe.

The agricultural microbials market includes microbes that are used for crop growth, yield enhancement, and biopesticides.

Fruits and vegetables are the largest users of beneficial microorganisms. As we’ve noted many times on this blog, beneficial microbes are a tremendous growth industry. And the time is now – not twenty years from now.

Farmers and growers  that use beneficial microbes are noticing increased yields, greater soil vigor and health, and our able to use less traditional fertilizers.

Custom Biologicals manufactures beneficial microbes, both bacteria and fungi, for use in agriculture. Our products include:

  • Custom GP – This biological soil amendment contains 4 Trichoderma species and is OMRI registered.
  • Custom B5 – Is a biological soil amendment that contains 5 species of Bacillus.
  • Biota Max – This is a unique, effervescent tablet containing beneficial bacteria, beneficial Trichoderma, and a nitrogen fixing bacteria.

All of our products can be private labeled and we have the technology to customize a product for your individual needs. Here’s a link to all of our products.

If your company is interested in entering the agricultural microbials market, contact Custom Biologicals at (561) 797-3008 or via email at Bill@Custombio.biz.


Cited Report

1 – The report, “Agricultural Microbials Market by Type (bacteria, fungi, virus, and protozoa), Crop Type (Cereals & grains, oilseeds, & pulses, fruit & vegetable) & Region – Global Trends & Forecast to 2019”, defines and segments the agricultural microbials market with analyses and projections of the size of the market. It also identifies the driving and restraining factors of the market with analyses of trends, opportunities, burning issues, and challenges.

Speak to Analyst for more info: http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/speaktoanalyst.asp?id=15455593

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