Looking for a solution as fertilizer prices soar

Retail fertilizer prices are continuing to rise, according to a DTN survey.

The survey did however show signs the climb may be slowing down a bit, with just three of the eight major fertilizers moving significantly higher.

Anhydrous led the way, being up 16 percent from last month. 10-34-0 was up seven percent and urea was five percent more expensive compared to November.

Those soaring fertilizer prices continue to plague farmers. Ag leaders and lawmakers are struggling to find answers and solutions.


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