Fertilizer prices fall for the third consecutive week

For the third week in a row, fertilizer prices continue to fall. Seven of the right major categories were lower compared to last month.

Urea was 9 percent lower and DAP averaged 1,040 per ton. Urea nitrogen fertilizer, sold by the pound, was $0.98, while potash was the only major fertilizer to increase and it is sitting around $885 per ton.


Why are fertilizer prices dropping?

Fertilizer prices are showing a downward trend

High fertilizer prices take a break for the first time in several months

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