The world population is growing rapidly. For instance, according to the Population Reference Bureau (PRB), global human population is expected to grow by 75 million annually or with 1.1% per year. With this, the world population is expected to reach 9.9 billion in 2050, an increase of 33% from an estimated 7.4 billion in 2017. […]Read More..
Agriculture biostimulants include different substance formulas that are applied to plant, seed, or soil in order to adjust and improve the physiological processes of crops; thus making them more efficient. The biostimulants act on the physiology of plants through other means than the nutrient, enhancing the vigor, yield and quality as well as contribute to […]Read More..
Increasing crop losses due to biotic and non-biotic agents has resulted in growing usage of crop protection chemicals among the BRICS nations
Crop losses due to pests and diseases are a major threat not only to the global food security but for the incomes of rural families. Since the beginning of agricultural practice by a human being, there was a constant struggle to keep harmful pests out of the land. With the non-biotic causes of crop losses, […]Read More..
Growing Concerns Over Environmental and Public Health Hazards Due to Chemical Pesticides Propels the Biopesticides Market
To meet the increasing food, feed, and fodder requirements; the world have deployed intensive agriculture which uses green revolution technology, characterized by excessive use of high yielding varieties, chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and irrigation water. While the gain in agricultural production has been very impressive, the input intensive agriculture has resulted in several undesirable effects on […]Read More..