North America Vegetable Farming Market Research Report: Ken Researchby Ken Research Executive
The report titled “Vegetable Farming Global Market Report 2018 Including: Peppers; Potatoes; Lettuce; Tomatoes; Sweet corn; Broccoli; Onions; All Other vegetables”, provides a comprehensive analysis of global vegetable farming market, leading players, leading countries in global vegetable farming, consumer’s point of view, smart farming, market for global vegetable farming, farming technology and equipment, and future of global vegetable farming.
Industry Overview: Farming is the cultivation of various edible food and grain crops for human consumption. The practice of vegetable farming has started over ten thousand years ago, with many families growing vegetables for their own consumption or to trade locally. Initially manual labour was used but later on livestock was domesticated and the farming fields could be turned by the plough. Modernization and innovation has revolutionised vegetable farming with the use of machines. Majority of the special vegetable producers grow the special crops that do well in their regions. Latest methods such as aquaponics, raised-bed gardening, raised beds and cultivation under glass are used in vegetable farming. Marketing is handled by local farm markets, traditional markets or pick-your-own operations, wholesalers, canners or retailers. Vegetable farms grow large quantities of few vegetables and sell them in bulk markets or major markets and for local customers.
Effect of Vegetable Farming: Healthy living is now an epi-center of almost all sectors of the foods. Global consumers are shifting towards wellness and nutrition rich fruits and vegetables. Vegetables are in huge demand in the food segment, whether natural or organic, fresh or frozen, locally sourced, or sustainably grown. Vegetables industry includes farming, canned and frozen foods, fruit spreads, juices, dried fruits and vegetables, and sweeteners. Vegetable products traditionally occupy every home either in their whole forms as healthy snacks or blended into nutritious beverages or as main course options or as deserts which are increasingly gaining prominence in the traditional meat meals. Health conscious consumers are more attracted towards the vegetables and driving the global vegetable farming in the present and as well as future.
Major Vegetables, Leading vendors and Geography: The major vegetables covered in the peppers, potatoes, lettuce, tomatoes, sweet corn, broccoli, onions, and all other vegetables. Vegetable farming is spread geographically across Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa. Vegetable farming is prominent across Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Spain, Russia, UK, USA and Australia. The leading players in global smart vegetable farming are AGCO, Ag Leader Technology, DICKEY-john, John Deere, and Raven.
Global Smart Vegetable Farming Market: Global smart vegetable farming market utilizes automation, control systems, smart agriculture equipment and machinery. Vegetable farming involves soil and crop management, fleet management, storage and irrigation management, and indoor farming. The purchase of automation and control systems is increasing drastically in the agricultural sectors because they are used for predictive management of the overall vegetable production. The global smart vegetable farming is experiencing a growth in the automation and control equipment. The advanced equipment are used for predictive management of the overall vegetable production, capable of displaying real-time and accurate data to help farmers learn about the condition of crops. Smart vegetable farming techniques are used to maintain the right amount of humidity, which is essential to the soil and crops.
Future of Global Vegetable Farming: Global retail demand for vegetables is increasing continuously combined with a concurrent increase in the price which has boosted the growth for the vegetable farming industry. Also, a push toward healthy eating habits has increased the market for higher-margin fresh vegetables compared to the processed vegetables. It was observed that there would be no drastic changes within the industry over the next five years. However, vegetable consumption will remain same and will promote healthy eating. There are few vegetable farming techniques to grow a wide variety of vegetables and melons in open fields and in greenhouses. The small vegetable farms and larger commercial vegetable farms are growing rapidly in the recent years. Soil-less vegetable farming is gaining momentum because of the advanced technology that is capable of growing vegetables in any environment. Globally, consumers are preferring supermarkets and other retail outlets to demand fresh produce year-round vegetables. Global vegetable farming is providing very less room for innovation and genetically modified seeds, new growing techniques do affect the vegetable farming industry operations. At the end vegetables are constant and unlikely to undergo any revolutionary changes over the next few years.
Key Topics Covered in the Report:
· Global Vegetable Farming Market Growth
· Global Vegetable Farming Market Research Report
· Global Vegetable Farming Market Future Forecast
· Global Vegetable Farming Market By Region
· Global Crop Production Market Analysis
· Global Crop Production Market Forecast
· Global Crop Production Market Size
· North America Vegetable Farming Market Research
· Europe Vegetable Farming Market
· Europe Vegetable Farming Market Analysis
· Europe Vegetable Farming Market Size
· Asia Vegetable Farming Market
· Asia Vegetable Farming Market Analysis
· Asia Vegetable Farming Market Forecast
· Asia Vegetable Farming Market Growth Analysis
· Asia Vegetable Farming Market Revenue
· South America Vegetable Farming Market
· South America Vegetable Farming Market Analysis
· South America Vegetable Farming Market Size
· South America Vegetable Farming Market Forecast
· Global Seed Market Research
· Global Seed Market Future Outlook
· Global Seed Market By Region
· Global Seed Market Analysis
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