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Large Population Coupled With Lesser Area Activating Growth Of The Plant Activator Market

Introduction Plants are attacked by various microbes out of which many become harmless on account of resistances employed by the plants. However, often this resistance is late or in a lesser amount than required. Plant activators are chemicals that activate plant defense genes against pathogens. They activate the defense genes in plants by providing signals mediated by salicylic acid. They have minimal or no effect on the human body or environment as they don’t contain any pesticide. Plant activators don’t attack pathogens or pests by themselves, they simply induce a self-defense mechanism in plants so that they can defend themselves against an attack also since they don’t interact directly with the pathogens, therefore, plant pathogens develop are unable to develop resistance to these chemicals. Drivers of plant activator market Growing global food insecurity due to the burgeoning population is putting pressure on limited arable land available. As a result, the demand for

Comprehensive Report on Global Apiculture Market by Knowledge Sourcing Intelligence

The  global apiculture is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.12%, to reach a market size of US$10.074 billion by 2023, from US$8.378 billion in 2017. Apiculture is the care and management of honey bees for the production of honey and wax. The apiculture market is primarily driven by the growing consumption of bee products such as Honey and propolis across industries that include cosmetics, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and etc. The industry is growing at a decent pace owing to a number of investments taking place in the beekeeping sector. Significant return on investment (ROI) and less requirements for land and labor are the key factors that are attracting a number of investors in this field. Rising awareness among consumers regarding the benefits of honey intake is playing an important role in the increasing production of honey in many countries. According to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the total honey production in Canada has increased from 76,468 thousand pounds in 2013 t