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

For the first time in months, some fertilizer prices were down.

Potash, urea, and anhydrous were all slightly less expensive. Potash is one of the few fertilizers that have yet to reach an all-time high, but Nutrien prices have not really backed off, and an ag economist warns potash could go up with the Black Sea region so unstable.

Meanwhile, DAP, MAP, UAN28, and UAN32 were all up, but not by what is considered a substantial amount. 10-34-0 remains unchanged.


New fertilizer prices are mixed

No relief in fertilizer prices any time soon

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