NCGA: Fertilizer investigation’s findings will ultimately tie the hands of farmers

The National Corn Growers Association is responding after an investigation by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The investigation uncovered that UAN fertilizer exported to the U.S. was sold at less than normal value. The Department’s findings will likely lead to more duties or taxes on nitrogen fertilizer shipped to the U.S.

NCGA says, “actions like these, pushed by fertilizer companies, will tie the hands of farmers.” The ultimate decision will come later this year from the International Trade Commission.


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