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Global fertilizer additives market exhibits increased traction for nitrogen-based fertilizers

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World Fertilizer,


It has been noticed that fertilizer additives market is projected to stay fragmented due to the presence of several regional players.

Furthermore, the target market is likely to experience moderate growth during the coming years as a result of diminishing average arable land along with rising demand for food and agricultural harvest. Fact.MR’s full report is titled ‘Fertilizer Additives Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking – Global Market Insights 2018-2028’, which divulges information focusing on vital market factors such as opportunity analysis, market dynamics, value chain analysis, Y–o–Y growth and much more.

As per research specifics, the fertilizer additives market during the period 20182028, is projected to showcase growth at 4.2% CAGR. This development is motivated by several conditions such as the introduction of organic anti-caking agents to be used in fertilizer manufacturing.

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