The most basic ingredient for cultivation of crops is seed. It is a fertilized ripened ovule, capable of reproducing and developing into a plant when nurtured. Various seeds available around the globe are for cultivation of cereals, pulses, vegetables, and fruits. Seeds are subjected to technological improvements to produce a wide variety of products with desired characteristics at specific conditions. These advanced developments are necessary to ensuring the best-quality crop production and to meet the global food needs. The increasing global population is a major factor driving the seed market to increase in food production and demand.
The wide varieties of seeds are available in the global market such as oilseeds, grain seeds, fruit and vegetable seeds, and other seeds. Oilseeds comprise of soybean, cotton, sunflower, and oilseed rape. Grain seeds are corn, sorghum, wheat, and rice. Vegetable and fruit seeds are seeds for cauliflower, tomato, eggplant, cauliflower, spinach, lettuce, watermelon, onion, pepper, watermelon, and carrot. Other seeds comprise of forage, grass, and flower seeds. Modernization and technological advancements has encouraged farmers to increased adoption of genetically enhanced seeds on a global scale.
Ken Research Seeds provides an in-depth analysis on seeds, various types of seeds, leading players, demand for seeds and geography. Our research publications on Seed Industry gives insights on demand and supply and help to assess future market demand of different types of seeds. Additionally, insights carry exhaustive market analysis covering market dynamics, services mix, import and export scenario, producer and supplier business structure and competition and all other related factors; such factors help industry decision makers to draw business strategies according to the market trends and future expected demand.