Organic Fertilizers Market 2019- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends and Forecast By 2026

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 13, 2019 / — Summary:
A new market study, titled “Discover Global Organic Fertilizers Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
The Wise guy report provides the evaluation of Global Organic Fertilizers Market – 2018 – 2025 analysis. Organic fertilizers are derived or made from human waste, animal waste or vegetable matter. According to the report the market for organic fertilizers is estimated at USD 6.30 billion in 2017, reaching USD 11.15 million by 2022, at a CAGR of 12.08 percent over the forecast period.
Animal segment dominates the global Organic Fertilizers owing the advanced nutritional content of animal-based organic fertilizers, which are more beneficial for crops.Plant raw material market will grow by availability of major potassium and silica contents in plants and these Potassium and silica help to improve the resistance of crops to disease and lodging.
TheGlobal Organic Fertilizers Marketis expected to grow with a significant rate during the forecast period, 2018-2025, owing to government and non-profit organization’s initiatives to promote and support natural based farming practices. Moreover, organic fertilizers break down according to nature's rules, so they may not release nutrients as soon as possible. As a result, the market growth is hampered due to the decline in consumer interest. The report provides the information of product application of market, Geographical Analysis, product type of market.

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Segmentation of Global Organic Fertilizers Market – 2018 – 2025
Global Organic Fertilizers Market based on Application defines Farming 65% and Gardening 35%. The Objective of report is to identify commercial opportunities in organic fertilizers products market by analyzing trends and co-development deals.
The report aims to visualize the composition of the global organic fertilizers market products across each indication, in terms of form, source and application highlighting the critical commercial assets and players. It analyzes the Product mapping in excel for the essential organic fertilizers products of all major market players.

Global & Regional Market Analysis
During the forecast period, Asia Pacific is projected to witness the fastest market growth. The market, particularly in the Asia Pacific region, is experiencing high growth around the globe in terms of value. Increasing per capita income results in high demand for organic food, which is also driving this region's organic fertilizer market. In addition, advances in communication technology have enabled people to become aware of the dynamics of growth and wellness that have boosted this market globally, particularly in developing countries like Brazil and India.
Fruits & vegetables, cereals and grains are the major crops produced in these countries. India, China, and Australia are the key countries that play an important role in agriculture. Cotton, sugar cane, fruits & vegetables and cereals are the most important agricultural commodities exported from these countries.

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2019 GardenComm media awards home garden homestead

home garden and homestead website has won a 2019 Gold Medal of Achievement for Best Overall Garden Website. received the 2019 Media Awards Gold Medal of Achievement for Best Overall Garden Website from GardenComm. has been honored with the 2019 Media Awards Gold Medal of Achievement for Best Overall Garden Website from GardenComm.

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, September 12, 2019 / —, a website that offers informative advice about creating healthy homes and beautiful gardens, has received the 2019 Media Awards Gold Medal of Achievement for Best Overall Garden Website. The 2019 Media Awards are presented by GardenComm, an international trade association of garden communicators.

This international award recognizes individuals and companies who achieve the highest levels of talent and professionalism in garden communications. The 2019 competition had more than 160 entries in 62 categories.

According to Becky Heath, president of GardenComm, the 2019 Media Awards honor excellence in gardening communication in print or electronic platforms. The Media Awards Gold Medal winners have been evaluated by industry experts and demonstrate outstanding distinction and excellence.

In honoring as the best overall garden website, the 2019 Media Awards judges said the website was “a very nice collaboration of experienced contributors in response to across-the-board gardener and homesteader interests and concerns. They educate on many levels with good writing, visuals, and appreciation of what their audience wants to know.”

“We are excited and honored to receive the international Gold Medal Media Award for Home, Garden, and Homestead,” said Randy Schultz, founder and content editor of the website. “ is dedicated to spreading the word about what’s new, awesome and trending for homes, gardens and homesteads of all sizes. We like to think we are helping to make the planet a better place—one home and one garden at a time.”

Since the early 1980s, the GardenComm Media Awards program has recognized outstanding writing, photography and design for printed works focused on gardening. In recent years, the awards program has expanded to include garden-oriented broadcast, Internet and other electronic media. posts stories of interest to everyone who wants to create an attractive and healthy environment in their homes and gardens. Recent stories include Attract Butterflies to Your Garden, Easy Tips for a Low-Cost Room Makeover, and Use Chemical-free BTI to Kill Mosquitoes. Visitors to the website are invited to subscribe to the free enewsletter that contains the latest information about new products, new plants and tips for creating a healthy lifestyle.

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Outdoor Enthusiast, Brandy Zwicker, Explains Why She Wants More Seniors to Spend More Time Outside

Brandy Zwicker

BISMARK, NORTH DAKOTA, UNITED STATES, September 9, 2019 / — Brandy Zwicker is no stranger to what keeps seniors physically and mentally healthy. As a ten-year Registered Nurse veteran, she has worked in the areas of medical, oncology, cardiac telemetry, critical care step-down, and basic care. Coupled with her passion for outdoor exercise, Brandy Zwicker has gained invaluable experience in regards to the perseverance of the human body. That’s why when she meets seniors struggling with depression, sleep, low energy, weakness and more, she always offers the same prescription – get outside.

“We all hear how daily exercise is important, but this is especially true for people 65 years’ old and above,” said Brandy Zwicker. “Exercise can be daunting for older seniors, but as the days pass by, many become weaker from living a sedentary lifestyle. It’s important to remember that movement does not need to only occur in a gym setting. Outside exercise offers so many benefits, and you don’t need to do much to achieve them.”

According to one government estimate, the average American spends 90% of his or her life indoors. They are even more inclined to spend time indoors as they age. But spending time outdoors has significant physical and mental health benefits. Here are a few of Brandy Zwicker’s favorites.

Improved Spirits and Mental Health

Group nature walks can significantly reduce depression. Seniors who spend time outside experience less stress and better mental health. Sunshine, natural green surroundings, and fresh air helps individuals feel happier and experience less anxiety. If seniors have access to parks, Brandy Zwicker highly encourages them to visit them on a regular basis, to feel the sunshine on your skin if nothing else.

Increased Vitamin D Levels

Another reason to feel the sunshine and move about outside is to increase Vitamin D levels. Low levels of Vitamin D are linked to pain in muscles and bones, inflammation, diabetes and several types of cancer.

“Sunlight helps begin the process that leads to the body’s creation of Vitamin D,” Brandy Zwicker explained.

Many Americans don’t have enough Vitamin D circulating in their bodies, but it’s one of the easiest vitamins to acquire. Just by going outside for 10-15 minutes, the body can begin producing Vitamin D, which may protect against osteoporosis, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, depression, heart attacks, and strokes. Getting sunlight is especially important for seniors as they produce about a fourth less of the vitamin than they did in their 20s.

The best way to achieve Vitamin D creation is through limited sun exposure in the morning or late afternoon without sunscreen (sunscreens block out UVB light, which helps start the Vitamin D process). Avoid the sun when it is at its highest, and, of course, wear sunscreen when you’re out for an extended period of time.

Stronger Immune System

Being outdoors increases white blood cells where the effects can maintain over several days.

“White blood cells, called leukocytes, are those warrior cells that fight diseases and foreign invaders,” explained Brandy. “The more white blood cells, the less likely a senior will get sick, and more likely a senior will heal faster.”

Getting outdoors has also been linked to better memory and improved creativity, a vital benefit to keep the brain sharp and functioning.

“Getting outside, seeing nature, helps you feel more awake and have a better sense of well-being,” said Brandy Zwicker.

How to Enjoy the Outdoors

Need ideas on how to enjoy the outdoors? Brandy Zwicker recommends walking, gardening, riding a bike, and even jogging if the person is able.

“As long as you move a little and enjoy the fresh air and sunlight, you’re making your body stronger and mind sharper,” said Brandy.

About Brandy Zwicker

Brandy Zwicker is a Bachelor of Science (BSN) Registered Nurse with ten years of nursing experience. Brandy has five children and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, camping, and other outdoor fitness opportunities. She enjoys running, spin cycle, yoga, weight training, basketball, and indoor rock climbing.

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