Fertilizer price increase continues but at a slower pace

The latest fertilizer tracker shows that all eight major categories increased this month, but the pace was slower than the double-digit percentages we saw last week.

According to DTN, DAP and urea reached all-time highs, with MAP seeing a significant jump as well. The UAN categories along with anhydrous reached all-time highs but had slight increases. Potash went up as well.

However, the yearly increases are even more eye-opening. 10-34-0, MAP, DAP, and UAN categories are all at least 50 percent higher. Urea, potash, and anhydrous are 100 percent higher compared to last year.


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