The global greenhouse horticulture market size is likely to attain over USD 50 billion by the year 2028. Besides, it is likely to project a CAGR of more than 7.5% during the forecast years 2021-2028. Greenhouse gardening is the process by which agricultural crops are produced in controlled surrounding environment. Greenhouse acts like a shelter that provide the crops with custom surrounding environmental conditions for growing. Most of the structures of greenhouses are made of plastic and glass and other materials. It enables crops to be protected against pests, diseases and varying weather conditions. Greenhouse horticulture production is much more advantageous than traditional cultivation techniques and offers healthier and safer food. This is one of the major positive factors influencing the greenhouse horticulture demand.
Currently, greenhouse market is witnessing lot of traction due to its considerable use in food production throughout the globe. Some of the food crops widely grown in greenhouses include tomato, cucumber, and sweet pepper. Other crops include vegetables like zucchini, lettuce, eggplant, snap beans, celery, watermelon, muskmelon, summer squash, cabbage, radish, Welsh onion, and asparagus.
Europe dominated the market in 2020. Power supply through the use of renewable energy resources (solar PV and geothermal energy) is likely to aid in the development of sustainable crops in the European market. This, in turn, is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future and drive the greenhouse horticulture market. Greenhouse horticulture in the Middle East and African (MEA) region has developed rapidly in recent years, on the account of increasing investments by the government and favorable climatic conditions for cultivation.
In terms of size, technologies and production regions, the U.S. greenhouse industry is much diversified. There are a number of small and large companies present globally. Large companies are generally located on the west and southern coast of the United States, while strong seasonal businesses comprise the east coast. Additionally, the greenhouse nursery industry and the greenhouse vegetables sector also differentiate significantly in each region.
Japan has a huge potential for environmentally controlled agriculture and advanced greenhouse farming. Japan is a country where many greenhouse products are imported and produced. However, the popularity for glass based greenhouses is low as compared to its plastic counterpart in the country. Japan’s geographic location is prone to natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunami. This scenario makes it ideal to use plastic greenhouses, which may further boost the scope for market growth.
The report also emphasizes several distinctiveness of the global greenhouse horticulture industry by valuing the market from value chain breakdown. Moreover, the report encompasses numerous qualitative features of the greenhouse horticulture industry which comprises market restraints, drivers, as well as key industry opportunities. Furthermore, the report offers an inclusive evaluation of the company profiling along with the market rivalry of local and global vendors.
Global greenhouse horticulture market is immensely competitive due to the presence of a large number of players such as Hoogendoorn, Richel, Greenhouses, Dalsem, Certhon, Priva, Rough Brothers, Inc., Trinog-xs (Xiamen) Greenhouse Tech Co., Ltd., Harnois Hortimax Ceres greenhouse, Netafim, Van Der Hoeven and Top Greenhouses.
Key Segments of the Global Greenhouse Horticulture Market
Material Overview, 2019-2028 (USD Million)
Application Overview, 2019-2028 (USD Million)
Product Overview, 2019-2028 (USD Million)
- Grow Bags
- Greenhouse Films
- Wind Break and Shelter Nets
- Horticulture Twines
Regional Overview, 2019-2028 (USD Million)
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
Middle East and Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East and Africa
- Rest of South America