The agricultural testing market size valued USD 5243 million in 2020 and expected to reach USD 7452 million by 2027, at a CAGR of 5.83% during the forecast period 2021-2027. Agriculture testing refers to the testing of agriculture samples such as soil, compost, manure, ground water, and irrigation among others. Agriculture tests are carried to improve the quality and yield of agriculture products. Various tests are carried in agriculture testing to determine the presence of pathogens, chemical residues, toxins, and among others. Moreover, common contaminants and quality of the sample are factors considered to determine the type of testing required. Agriculture testing market exhibiting significant growth, which is attributed increase in the government initiations for increasing the quality and yield of the agricultural products. For instance, in June 2016, Nigerian government launched a new digital soil test scheme to improve the food production. In addition, most of the local and international players are engaged in the development of newer testing services and devices for determining the quality and quantity of agriculture samples. Moreover, business expansion by the companies may increase the revenue share market players. For instance, in September 2015, Eurofins Scientific strengthened its business in U.S. by the acquisition of Spectrum Analytical, Inc. which provides test services for soil, ground water, solid waste, and air among others. Similarly, in March 2015, SGS opened a new seed testing in Voronezh, Russia to expand its business in seed testing market.