Input price hikes cause sticker shock
Farmers and analysts are sounding the alarm at potentially explosive increases in input costs going into the 2022 planting season.
According to numbers reported by Russ Quinn of DTN, 10-34-0 fertilizer is now 39% more expensive compared to the same period last year, urea is 62% higher, diammonium phosphate (DAP) is 63% more expensive, UAN32 is 72% higher, monoammonium phosphate (MAP) is ...
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