Asia-Pacific Saline Agriculture Market

Asia-Pacific Saline Agriculture Market Size to Grow at Significant CAGR of 11.3% during 2022–2028

Published | 17 November 2022

Asia-Pacific saline agriculture Market is flourishing due to an increasing focus on meeting the food needs of a rapidly growing population, an increasing need to significantly reduce agriculture’s reliance on freshwater sources, tackle water stress in many areas, and preserve new arable land by putting salt-affected soils into production.

BlueWeave Consulting, a leading strategic consulting and market research firm, in its recent study, expects the size of Asia-Pacific saline agriculture market to grow at a significant CAGR of 11.3% during the forecast period between 2022 and 2028. The APAC saline agriculture market is expanding due to the growing need to fight world hunger and supply enough food for a rapidly expanding population. Saline agriculture promotes food security in countries suffering from drought by raising crop yields. Global warming-induced climate change hurts coastal agriculture production. Saline agriculture has made it possible for coastal regions to grow food crops that are not salt-sensitive. As a result, the market for saline agriculture in APAC is expected to grow in the coming years due to increasing adoption of saline agriculture across APAC countries.

Asia-Pacific Saline Agriculture Market – Overview

Saline agriculture is the practice of irrigating crops grown on salt soils with saline water. Salt-sensitive plants suffer greatly from the effects of saline water when grown on saline soils. In salt-sensitive plants, salt injuries cause leaf margin burning, stunted growth, wilting, and, in severe cases, death. On soil-affected lands, saline agriculture is practiced with the understanding that only plants with the ability to absorb water from saline soils and require nutrients, such as sodium, chloride, or sulfate are grown. Diagnostic and measuring tests are performed before beginning agricultural practices on saline soil to determine the levels of salt in the soil and their distribution.

Asia is facing a serious social and economic threat from water stress and scarcity, particularly in China and India. Freshwater resources are abundant in China, but they are distributed unevenly, making many areas of the country inaccessible. Asia has 65% of the world's population but only 47% of the world's freshwater per person. As a result, if saline water can be used as a resource, agriculture will use a lot less freshwater and there will be less stress on fresh water sources in many places. If the saline water were used exclusively for irrigation, the amount of water available for agriculture in the APAC region could be doubled. Saline agriculture simultaneously lessens the harm brought on by salinization through the use of salt-tolerant crop varieties and sustainable agricultural and water management techniques. If salt-affected soils are put (back) into production, new arable land can be preserved, along with their natural ecosystems and the corresponding biodiversity.

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Asia-Pacific Saline Agriculture Market – Segmental Information

Asia-Pacific saline agriculture market is divided into High Yielding Halophytes, Oilseeds, Fuel Wood & Timber, and other segments by crop type; Saltwater Aquaponics, Saltwater Hydroponics, Saltwater Greenhouse, and other technologies based on technology; and Seawater, Brackish Water, Sewage, and other segments based on the water source. During the forecast period, the seawater segment is expected to have a significant market share in the Asia-Pacific saline agriculture market by water source. The market covers major APAC countries: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia & New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, and Rest of the APAC.

Impact of COVID-19 on Asia-Pacific Saline Agriculture Market

By limiting worker mobility, changing consumer demand, closing food production facilities, and restricting food trade policies, COVID-19 financially harmed the food supply chain. Labor shortages in the agricultural sector were a result of restrictions on people's ability to cross borders and lockdowns in many countries, particularly those that are known for periods of peak seasonal labor demand or labor-intensive production.

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