Study: Fertilizer prices up as much as 80%
A new Texas A&M University study suggests that fertilizer costs could be as much as 80% higher than last year heading into the 2022 planting season.
“Recent fertilizer price increases across all three primary nutrients have caused significant concern among producers,” the report stated. “For the 2022 crop, producers are experiencing sticker shock as well as product shortages.”
On a conference call organized by the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA),...
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