The trends and potentials of hydroponics market

The trends and potentials of hydroponics market

Based on Google trend, we have analyzed the hydroponics and other competing market technologies ( aquaponics,  aeroponics, and drip irrigation) in both the global and Indian market. The Google trend charts and its key-take-away are as below:

Global trend analysis for hydroponics & competing technologies

Global trend analysis for hydroponics & competing technologies

  1.       Very high and sustained interest in hydroponics year on year ( an average of 60 search index)
  2.       Lettuce  (vegetable ) is the highest search topics globally accounting for 70% of  the total search volume during 2014
  3.       Aquaponics is the distant second ,rivaling at a search index of 10 during 2014

Trend analysis for hydroponics and competing technologies in India

Trend analysis for hydroponics and competing technologies in India

  1. Increasing interest in Hydroponics
  2. Competes and occasionally confused with drip irrigation
  3. Average search index in 2014 for drip irrigation =45
  4. Average search index in 2014 for hydroponics =38
  5. Sustained continuous interest across the country
  6. Southern part leads in terms of interest with Kerala as the top most state with a search index of 100 during 2014

BIS Research has concluded and exhaustive on Global Hydroponics market and has identified the key growth areas, revenue pocket and opportunities in the industry.  You can request a Sample brochure of the report by clicking here

2 thoughts on “The trends and potentials of hydroponics market

  1. Williamfelo June 18, 2016 at 9:30 am

    Thanks so much for the forum.Really thank you! Much obliged. Vanderschoot

  2. Mitali January 28, 2019 at 8:31 am

    The global hydroponics market is projected to reach USD 395.2 Million by 2020. One of the major drivers is that hydroponics provides higher yield compared to traditional agricultural techniques. It also provides farmers the ability to grow crops in areas that cannot support crops in soil.

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