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Title: Biological Seed Treatment Market Size, Share, Industry Overview, Trends, and Forecast


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Biological Seed Treatment Market Size, Share,
Industry Overview, Trends, and Forecast The
global demand for biological seed treatment
solutions is increasing as they ensure
farmers' potential yield, quality by
minimizing crop losses. Although, the
biological seed treatment market is a small
sector in the global agrochemical industry,
the market has been growing at a
significant rate due to agricultural and
environmental benefits globally and
increasing need for a sustainable approach
in agricultural operations in developed
countries. Strong research funding by key
manufacturers for product development is
projected to drive the growth of the market
over the next five years.
Biological Seed Treatment Market Biological Seed
Treatment Market Size The biological seed
treatment market is projected to reach USD 1.7
billion by 2025, and it was valued at USD
0.9 billion in 2020. It is expected to
grow with CAGR of 11.9. Biological Seed
Treatment Overview Biological seed treatment is
a method used in agriculture to enhance the
quality and productivity of seeds by applying
beneficial microorganisms or natural substances
to the seed surface or surrounding soil
before planting. Unlike chemical treatments,
biological seed treatments utilize living
organisms such as bacteria, fungi, or other
microorganisms to promote plant growth,
increase resistance to diseases, and
improve nutrient uptake.
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  • The process typically involves coating the seeds
    with a formulation containing these beneficial
    organisms or substances. When the seeds are
    planted, these organisms establish symbiotic
    relationships with the plant roots, helping
    to boost the plant's natural defenses against
    pathogens, pests, and environmental stresses.
  • Some common types of biological seed treatments
    include
  • Rhizobacteria Certain strains of
    bacteria, such as rhizobia, can form
    symbiotic relationships with plant roots,
    fixing atmospheric nitrogen into a form that
    the plant can use, thus enhancing nitrogen
    availability to the plant.
  • Mycorrhizal Fungi These fungi form mutualistic
    associations with plant roots, extending the
    root system and increasing the plant's
    ability to absorb water
  • and nutrients, particularly phosphorus.
  • Trichoderma This genus of fungi is known
    for its biocontrol properties, helping to
    suppress soil-borne pathogens and promoting
    plant growth by enhancing nutrient
    availability.
  • Beneficial Nematodes Some nematodes prey on
    insect larvae or other harmful organisms
    in the soil, thus providing natural
    pest control and protecting plant roots from
    damage.
  • Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR)
    These bacteria colonize the rhizosphere and
    produce substances that stimulate plant
    growth, such as hormones or enzymes, while
    also suppressing the growth of pathogenic
    microorganisms.
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  • What is biological seed treatment?
  • Biological seed treatment refers to
    the process of applying beneficial
    microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, or other
    microbes, to seeds before planting. These
    microorganisms can help improve seed
    germination, enhance plant growth, and
    protect against certain diseases and
    pests. Biological seed treatments are
    considered an environmentally friendly
    alternative to chemical treatments, as they
    harness the natural abilities of
    microorganisms to promote plant health
    and productivity. Examples of biological seed
    treatments include inoculating seeds with
    nitrogen-fixing bacteria to improve soil
    fertility, applying mycorrhizal fungi to
    enhance nutrient uptake, and coating seeds
    with beneficial bacteria or fungi to
    suppress soil-borne pathogens.
  • Biological Seed Treatment Market Trends

Here are some of the biological seed treatment
market trends are
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  • Increasing Demand for Sustainable
    Agriculture With growing concerns about
    environmental sustainability and food safety,
    there is a rising demand for agricultural
    practices that minimize chemical usage.
    Biological seed treatments, derived from
    natural sources like microbes, enzymes,
    and botanical extracts, are gaining
    popularity as eco-friendly alternatives
    to traditional chemical treatments.
  • Advancements in Biotechnology Ongoing
    research and developments in biotechnology
    have led to the discovery of new microbial
    strains and bioactive compounds with potent
    seed treatment properties. This has expanded
    the range of biological seed treatment products
    available in the market, offering farmers more
    options for crop protection and enhancement.
  • Regulatory Support for Biological Products
    Regulatory agencies in many
  • countries are increasingly supportive of
    biological seed treatments due to their
    minimal environmental impact and reduced
    risk to human health compared to
    chemical alternatives. This favorable
    regulatory environment encourages innovation and
    investment in the development of new biological
    seed treatment solutions.
  • Focus on Crop Yield and Quality Biological
    seed treatments are not only effective in
    protecting seeds from diseases and pests
    but also in promoting plant growth and
    improving crop yield and quality. Farmers
    are recognizing the holistic benefits of
    biological treatments, including enhanced
    nutrient uptake, stress tolerance, and
    overall plant health, leading to better
    harvests and economic returns.
  • Integration with Precision Agriculture The
    integration of biological seed treatments
    with precision agriculture technologies, such
    as satellite imaging, drones, and IoT
    sensors, enables more targeted and efficient
    application methods. This optimization
    helps maximize the efficacy of
    biological treatments while minimizing waste,
    further enhancing their cost-effectiveness and
    environmental sustainability.
  • Consumer Demand for Organic Products
    As consumer awareness of organic and
    sustainably produced food continues to
    grow, there is a corresponding increase
    in demand for crops grown using biological
    seed treatments. Farmers are responding
    to market preferences by adopting organic
    farming practices, including the use of
    biological inputs, to meet consumer
    expectations and capture premium prices for their
    produce.
  • Biological Seed Treatment Market
    Opportunities Use of bio-priming
    techniques for improved efficacy
  • Bio-priming is a process of a biological seed
    treatment that refers to a combination of seed
    hydration and inoculation of the seed with
    microbes. In most cases, microbial inoculants,
    such as plant growth-promoting rhizo-microorganism
    s (bacteria or fungi),

are used for the purpose of bio-priming of
seeds. It is an environment-friendly
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ecological approach using selected
microorganisms that enhance plant growth by
producing plant growth-promoting
substances, enhancing nutrient uptake, or
protecting seedlings/plants against
soil-/seed-borne plant pathogenic organisms. The
use of such techniques is on the rise as
chemicals used for seed treatment mostly
act as contact fungicides that are unable
to protect the plants from foliar pathogens
during the later stages of crop
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8 Biological Seed Treatment Market Regional
Analysis The biological seed treatment market
has witnessed significant growth globally, with
various regions contributing to its
expansion. A regional analysis reveals
distinct trends and factors influencing market
dynamics in different parts of the world. North
America In North America, the biological
seed treatment market is thriving due to
an increasing emphasis on sustainable
agriculture practices. The United States and
Canada are at the forefront, driven by a
growing awareness among farmers about the
benefits of biological seed treatments in
enhancing crop yield and quality. Europe Europe
an countries are experiencing a surge
in demand for biological seed treatments
as well. Stringent regulations regarding
chemical pesticide usage have prompted
farmers to adopt more eco-friendly
alternatives. Countries like Germany, France,
and the Netherlands are witnessing a
notable shift towards biological solutions
in agriculture. Asia-Pacific The Asia-Pacific
region, encompassing major agricultural
economies such as China and India, is emerging
as a key market for biological seed treatments.
The increasing population and the need for food
security have led to a greater focus on
sustainable farming practices. Government
initiatives supporting organic and
sustainable agriculture are further propelling
market growth in this region. Latin
America Latin America, with its significant
agricultural activities in countries like
Brazil and
Argentina, is also adopting biological seed
treatments. Farmers are recognizing the
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  • long-term benefits of these
    treatments in terms of soil
    health, reduced environmental impact, and
    improved crop resilience.
  • Middle East and Africa
  • The biological seed treatment market in the
    Middle East and Africa is witnessing
    gradual growth. Factors such as water
    scarcity and a need for sustainable farming
    practices are encouraging farmers in the
    region to explore biological solutions.
    However, the market is still in its early stages
    compared to other regions.
  • Oceania
  • Australia and New Zealand in the Oceania
    region are increasingly incorporating
    biological seed treatments into their
    agricultural practices. The focus on organic
    farming and sustainable agriculture is driving
    the adoption of these treatments.
  • Biological Seed Treatment Market Share
  • Here are some of the biological seed treatment
    market share are
  • BASF SE (Germany)
  • Bayer AG (Germany)
  • Novozymes A/S (Denmark)
  • Syngenta Group (Switzerland)
  • Corteva Agriscience (US)

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  • Biological Seed Treatment Market Segmentation
  • By Crop Type
  • Corn
  • Wheat
  • Soybean
  • Cotton
  • Sunflower

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  • Vegetable crops
  • Other crops (plantation, fruit, pulse, other
    cereal oilseed, turf, forage, and
    ornamental crops)
  • By Type
  • Microbials
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Botanical and others (biofermentation products
    and natural polymers deriva
  • By Function
  • Seed enhancement
  • Biofertilizers
  • Biostimulants
  • Seed protection
  • Bioinsecticides
  • Biofungicides
  • Other functions (bionematicides)
  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Seed protection
  • South America
  • Rest of World (RoW)
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