Analysis of Hydroponic Agriculture in Kuwait  - Market trend, Growth and Opportunities (2015-2020)

Analysis of Hydroponic Agriculture in Kuwait - Market trend, Growth and Opportunities (2015-2020)

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Kuwait has 10% of world’s oil reserves, which is sufficient for its economic balance. Around 80% of government income comes from oil export. The country benefitted from 1970’s oil price rise and became a member of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Most of the arable soil in South Central Kuwait was destroyed when Iraqi troops set ablaze oil wells in the area, creating vast ‘oil lakes’.

The agricultural scene in Kuwait is constrained by lack of water and arable land. Government has taken initiatives to grow food through hydroponics method and has managed it successfully. Kuwait still imports most of its food from Asia-Pacific, as it produces only a limited quantity of food. Kuwait receives a limited amount of rainfall; therefore, it is dependent on process of desalination. Like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait also exploited its aquifers to a large extent, leaving behind limited supply and options for people. Now, Kuwait is using Drip Water technology, invented by Israel, one of the most commonly used systems in the world. It saves water and is efficient even in regions facing water scarcity.

Kuwait produces roughly 1% of its crops from its arable land, using traditional agriculture practices. Almost all of its fruits & vegetable produce come from Hydroponic or Horticulture practices.

Kuwait is home to many hydroponic facilities; most of them are part of private organizations from foreign countries with presence in Kuwait. Faisaliya is the biggest hydroponic farm, producing most of the fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers in the country. International companies like ‘I AM HYDRO’, ‘It All Grows’ and many more have their presence in Kuwait at smaller levels. Companies like Green touch Hydroponics, Biophilia Hydroponics, YSI, etc., provide assistance to hydroponic companies and help Kuwait farms in preventive measures. Additionally, these companies also have their own hydroponic farms in the country.

What the report offers:

The study elucidates the situation of Kuwait and predicts the growth of its Hydroponic agriculture Industry. Report talks about growth, market trends, progress, challenges, opportunities, technologies in use, growth forecast, major companies, upcoming companies and projects etc. in the  Hydroponic agriculture sector of Kuwait. In addition to it, the report also talks about economic conditions of and future forecast of its current economic scenario and effect of its current policy changes in to its economy, reasons and implications on the growth of this sector. Lastly, the report is segmented by various types’ Hydroponic agriculture available in the country.

1. Introduction

2. Executive Summary

                2.1 Areas covered (Sectors and countries)

                2.2 Research methodology

3. Kuwait Agriculture

                3.1 Summary

                3.2 Hydroponic Farming

                                3.2.1 Introduction

                                3.2.2 Key Findings of the sector

                                3.2.3 The Trends of Production of last five years and next five years

                                3.2.4 Major Vegetables in Kuwait (quantity, type and value)

                                                3.2.4.1 Tomatoes (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.4.2 Cabbage (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.4.3 Chillis (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.4.4 Others

                                3.2.5 Major Fruits in Kuwait (quantity, type and value)

                                                3.2.5.1 Melons (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.5.2 Cucumber (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.5.3 Others

                                3.2.6 Major Herbs in Kuwait (quantity, type and value)

                                                3.2.6.1 Basil (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.6.2 Coriander leaf (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.6.3 Parsley (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.6.4 Spinach (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.6.5 Others

                                3.2.7 Major Flowers in Kuwait (quantity, type and value)

                                                3.2.7.1 Tagetes (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.7.2 Rose (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.7.3 Others

                                3.2.8 Other Hydroponic crops in Kuwait (quantity, type and value)

                                                3.2.8.1 Corn (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.8.2 Rice (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.8.3 Tobacco (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.8.4 Cereals (Types, Quantity, Value)

                                                3.2.8.5 Others

                                3.2.9 Technologis in use

                                3.2.10 The Analysis of Prices for last Five Years

                                3.2.11 Investment Opportunities

4. Competitive Landscape

                4.1 Existing Companies

                4.2 Upcoming Companies and projects

5. List of Figures

6. List of Figures

7. List of Tables

8. Abbreviations

9. Works Cited

10.DISCLAIMER

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