Dry and depleting climatic condition drives the Middle East & Africa Desert Farming Market growth in the forecast period, 2022-2026F.
According to TechSci Research report, “Middle East & Africa Desert Farming Market By Technique (Greenhouse, Hydroponics, Nano clay, Hydrogels, Others), By Crop Type (Dates, Alfalfa, Eggplant, Peppers, Tomatoes, Melon, Others), By Country, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2026”, the Middle East & Africa desert farming market is projected to grow on the backbone of increasing crop farming practices in the GCC and African countries. Increased processes of drip irrigation are also anticipated to drive the future growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the upcoming five years. Moreover, in the historical years, GCC countries and African countries were heavily dependent over import of vegetation and other food crops. The demand to decrease the stress over importation and to decrease the financial burden over the country, the desert farming practices are gaining popularity and thus supporting the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the next five years. Additionally, procedural desert farming like making of artificial oasis is expected to further aid the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the future five years.
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The Middle East & Africa desert farming market is segmented on the basis of technique, crop type, competitional landscape, and country analysis. Based on technique, the market is further fragmented into greenhouse, hydroponics, nano clay, hydrogels, and others. Greenhouse is anticipated to register largest revenue shares of the market and dominate the segment in the upcoming five years on the account of increasing popularity of the technique. Moreover, the countries like Israel, Saudi Arabia, etc. are highly inclined toward installing multiple greenhouses for the desert farming. Production of crops like tomatoes, peppers, melons, etc. is further aiding the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the next five years. Greenhouse practices are done inside a closed atmosphere built with glass walls preferably, in which plants requiring regulated climatic conditions are grown. Nano clay is anticipated to register fastest growing CAGR values in the future five years on the grounds of advanced technologies being employed for the desert farming. The nano clay effectively holds the water in it thus providing water supply for longer duration of the plant growth. The water retention capacity of nano clay is anticipated to aid the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the forecast years. Hydroponic technique works on a physical characteristic of semipermeable methods of supplying nutrients, water and necessary materials for the growth of the crops. Inside a closed chamber, semipermeable tubes are installed that supply the water, nutrient, fertilizers, etc. to the plants growing inside the hydroponic chambers. These aspects are anticipated to support the growth of the sub-segment as well as aid the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the future five years.
Based on crop type, the market is segmented into dates, alfalfa, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, melon, and others. Date farming is forecast to show a robust growth and dominate the market segment due to increased crops in countries like Israel, Saudi Arabia, etc. Moreover, export of the dates from these countries have increased and thus supporting the futuristic growth of the sub-segment and assert its dominance over the market segment of Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the next five years. Alfalfa crops are expected to register significant growth and support the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the upcoming five years on the grounds of surging demand for the feed and fodder for the animals like camels. Eggplants and tomato crops are also expected to aid to the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market due to their increasing crops in desert farming.
A partial list of major share holders of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market includes, Desert Hydroponics (Aljoaib Holdings), Pure Harvest Smart Farms, Desert Control Middle East LLC, SOYL-GEL, Edama Organic Solutions, among others. The market players are actively involved in the extended research related to various equipment, services, and researching the market to substantiate the growth of the market.
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“Israel is anticipated to dominate the country-wise analysis of the market growth. The market growth can be attributed to the technological advancements being employed by the country for the agricultural practices. Government initiatives and financials are further expected to support the growth of the Middle East & Africa desert farming market in the next five years. New market players are advised to focus on the extended research for the advanced methods of farming in a desert condition. Demand for the innovative methods, and equipment & tools are expected to further substantiate the growth of the market,” said Mr. Karan Chechi, Research Director with TechSci Research, a research based Middle East & Africa management consulting firm.
“Middle East & Africa Desert Farming Market By Technique (Greenhouse, Hydroponics, Nano clay, Hydrogels, Others), By Crop Type (Dates, Alfalfa, Eggplant, Peppers, Tomatoes, Melon, Others), By Country, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2026”, has evaluated the future growth potential of Middle East & Africa Desert farming and provides statistics & information on market size, structure and future market growth. The report intends to provide cutting-edge market intelligence and help decision makers take sound investment decisions. Besides, the report also identifies and analyzes the emerging trends along with essential drivers, challenges, and opportunities in Middle East & Africa Desert farming.
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