International Plant Factory Market (2021-2026) – Provides opportunities for floriculture and ornamental horticulture.

Dublin, September 01, 2021 (Globes Newsweire) – “Plant Factory Market Growth System (Soil-Based, Soil-Based, and Hybrid), Utilities (Greenhouse, Indoor Farms, Other Utilities), Lighting, Crop Type (Vegetables, fruits, flowers and ornaments), and region – global forecast for 2026 ”report added ResearchAndMarkets.com’s Presenting.

According to the publisher, the global factory is expected to reach 121.8 billion US dollars by 2021 and 172.5 billion US dollars by 2026, with a CAGR of 7.2%. Due to the increase in harvest cycles, it is more productive compared to traditional farming techniques.

Depending on the type of plant, it is estimated that the greenhouse forecast will dominate the market during the forecast period.

Greenhouses are an advanced technology for plant development, especially for vegetables, flowers and fruits. Environmental factors such as heat, light exposure, irrigation, fertilizer, humidity, and ventilation can be monitored for better crop growth. Commercial greenhouses typically produce large quantities of crops for consumers; Greenhouses are ideal for herbal sciences and medicinal gardens.

He predicts that the sun will dominate the market during the forecast period.

Some plant factories choose and use natural light sources, such as sunlight. However, it is ideal for areas with high levels of sunlight, which are essential for indoor plant growth. Greenhouse farms generally use natural sunlight. It is best to use free sunlight for sustainable production.

The European Union is expected to record the highest growth rate during the review period.

Accepting CEA’s agricultural and automation techniques and government incentives, the evolution of plant factories or controlled agricultural (CEA) and commercial greenhouses took place in Europe. Many European companies have invested heavily in various areas of greenhouse automation, hydroponics, aerospace, and acupuncture research, including climate control, lighting and materials management. Due to the overall development of the plant factories, Europe has become a major market for plant plants.

The plant factory market is divided into regions by detailed analysis of each region. These regions include Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, South America and Africa, and the rest of the world, including the Middle East.

Covered Topics:

1 Introduction

2 research method

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium insights
4.1 Vegetable Factory Market Brief
4.2 Plant Factory Market – Major Regional Sub-Markets
4.3 North America – Plant Factory Market, By Type and Country
4.4 Plant Factory Market, by Type and Region of Service
4.5 Plant Factory Market, Growing System
4.6 Plant Factory Market, by Crop
4.7 Plant Factory Market, by Light Type
4.8 Plant Factory Market, Key Country

5 Market Overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Macroeconomic Indicators
5.2.1 Population growth
5.2.2 Fast Urban Development
5.3 Market Variability
5.3.1 Drivers
5.3.1.1 High yield compared to traditional agricultural practices
5.3.1.2 Excessive impact of external weather conditions
5.3.1.3 Population growth and increased demand for food due to climate change challenges
5.3.1.3.1 Increased revenues increase fuel demand for food products, increase demand for food
5.3.2 Restrictions
5.3.2.1 High Capital Investments
5.3.2.2 The importance of a high-precision environment
5.3.3 Opportunities
5.3.3.1 Increasing the adoption of plant factories in restaurants and grocery stores amid the COVID-19 outbreak
5.3.3.1.1 Increased agri-food exports between countries will result in increased demand throughout the year.
5.3.3.2 Interest in flower farming and ornamental gardening has arisen
5.3.3.2.1 Disposable income allows consumers to invest in floriculture and other ornamental vegetables.
5.3.4 Challenges
5.3.4.1 Entering the Organic Food Market
5.3.4.1.1 Improved demand for organic food products in developed countries
5.3.4.1.2 Dispute over food certification in plant factories
5.3.4.2 Risk of equipment failure and delay in the learning curve between manufacturers
5.3.4.3 The spread of waterborne diseases and algae in closed systems
5.4 Impact of CV-19 on Plant Factory Market

6 Industrial Trends
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Value Chain Analysis
6.3 Supply Chain Analysis and Market Ecology Map
6.3.1 Supply Chain Analysis
6.3.2 Raw source
6.3.3 System and technology supply
6.3.4 Consulting, management and end users
6.3.5 Market Ecology Map
6.3.5.1 Side of Interest
6.3.5.2 Supply side
6.3.6 Plant Factory Market Map
6.4 Technology Analysis
6.5 Yc-Ycc Shift
6.6 Patent Analysis
6.6.1 List of major property rights [Plant Factory/Controlled Environment Agriculture (Crops & Technologies)]
6.7 Analysis of Porter’s Five Powers
6.7.1 Degree of Competition
6.7.2 Buyers’ bargaining power
6.7.3 Supplier Negotiating Power
6.7.4 Threats of successors
6.7.5 Intimidation for New Income
6.8 Price Analysis
6.9 Business Analysis
6.10 Case studies

7 Rules
7.1 North America
7.2 Europe
7.3 North America
7.4 Asia-Pacific
7.4.1 India
7.4.2 China
7.4.3 Japan

8 Plant Factory Market, Growing System
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 Impact of CV-19 on plant market size, growth system
8.1.1.1 Reality
8.1.1.2 Optimism
8.1.1.3 Non-negative condition
8.2 Not based on soil
8.2.
8.2.2 Hydroponics
8.2.3 Aerobics
8.2.4 Acupuncture
8.3 Soil-based
8.3.1 Soil-Based Growth Systems: A Method Alternative to Traditional Soil-Based Agriculture
8.4 Hybrid
8.4.1 Hybrid systems to provide dual benefits for optimized product

9 Plant Factory Market, as a Facility
9.1 Introduction
9.1.1 Covenant-19 impact on plant size market, facility type
9.1.1.1 Reality
9.1.1.2 Optimism
9.1.1.3 Non-negative condition
9.2 Greenhouse Homes
9.2.1 Greenhouse offers high profitability and growth prospects compared to other CIA facilities
9.3 Indoor farms
9.3.1 Indoor farms help bring production activities closer to public centers
9.4 Other Types of Utilities
9.4.1 The absence of Ararat land will drive the market for CIA resources

10 Plant Factory Market, by Crop
10.1 Introduction
10.1.1 Impact of CV-19 on plant market size, crop type
10.1.1.1 Reality
10.1.1.3 Non-negative condition
10.2 Fruits
10.2.1 Annual Harvest Benefits Additional benefits of fruit production in plant factories
10.2.2 Berries
10.2.2.1 Availability of berry seasons to meet production needs in plant factories
10.2.3 Other fruits
10.2.3.1 Watermelon and wine are among the best options for production in a controlled environment
10.3 Vegetables
Ease of production in plant factories to stimulate garden demand 10.3.1
10.3.2 Tomatoes
10.3.2.1 The nutritional value of tomatoes grown in factories to drive demand
10.3.3 Leaves
10.3.3.1 Improved shelf life due to Sea to inform the demand for leaf greens.
10.3.3.1.1 Salad
10.3.3.1.2 My word
10.3.3.1.3 Spinach
10.3.3.1.4 Other Leaflets
10.3.4 Eggs
10.3.4.1 High sensitivity to external conditions for egg production in plant factories.
10.3.5 Plants and Microwaves
10.3.5.
10.3.5.1.1 Basil
10.3.5.1.2 Plants
10.3.5.1.3 Tarragon
10.3.5.1.4 Wheat grass
10.3.6 Other vegetables
10.3.6.1 The characteristics of horticultural plants to increase demand for packaged agricultural methods
10.4 Flowers and ornaments
10.4.1 The fast-growing floriculture industry to drive the plant market
10.4.2 years
10.4.2.1 Ease of production to drive the market for age-old markets in plant factories
10.4.3 Annual
10.4.3.1 Annual ornamentation that is widely grown in indoor farms and greenhouses
10.4.4 Annual
10.4.4.1 Long-term growth times of binoculars to promote their production in a safe environment
10.5 Other crop types
10.5.1 To legalize cannabis production in factories

11 Plant Factory Market, Light Type
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Covide-19 impact analysis, by type of light
11.3 Full artificial light
11.4 Sunlight

12 Plant Factory Market, by Region

13 Competitive landscape

14 Company Profiles
14.1 Key players
14.1.1 Aerospace
14.1.2 Gotham Greens
14.1.3 Good farming
14.1.4 Oishi
14.1.5 Abundant Unlimited Inc.
14.1.6 Myra Company Limited
14.1.7 Agricol
14.1.8 Harvest
14.1.9 Crop One
14.1.10 Brightfarms
14.2 Other players
14.2.1 Farminova Plant Factory NV
14.2.2 Taikisha Limited
14.2.3 Iron ox
14.2.4 Vertical harvest
14.2.5 Minor content
14.2.6 Badia Farms
14.2.7 Farmone
14.2.8 Calendar
14.2.9 Sky Greens
14.2.10 Dream Harvest Farm Company L.C.

15 Related and Related Markets

16 Appendix

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