'Necessitate' means "make necessary". I don't know what you mean by 'having a stock' ('stock' has many different meanings), so I'll change the example.
Population growth will necessitate huge amounts of fertilizer. [= Population growth will make huge amounts of fertilizer necessary.]
I tried to find an easy example of this word on Google, and it was very difficult. This is an intellectual word; it is not used in everyday English. The same is true for 'presuppose', which means "assume as part of what you're talking about":
John's brother died last year. [This presupposes that John has a brother. It's not saying he has a brother, but it doesn't make sense unless he has one.]
The King of France is bald. [This presupposes that there is a King of France.]
I have stopped hitting my wife. [This presupposes that I used to hit my wife.]