China’s new lockdowns plus supply chain disruptions will result in delayed planting

We can expect more supply chain disruptions to come from China’s lockdowns.

An ag trade expert tells Brownfield Ag News that while backlogs at ports are clearing up, it is more of a deja vu all over again since nothing is coming from China, including phosphate fertilizer.

He says that these Chinese restrictions are even hindering farmers from planting, which in turn, puts more pressure on the global supply chain as farmers face planting delays.


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