Nutrien sounds the alarm about global potash supply

Canadian fertilizer giant, Nutrien, is sounding the alarm about the global potash supply.

They say due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, shipments from Russia are down roughly 25 percent. They are still down nearly 50 percent from Belarus.

Despite Russia still managing to export some potash, Nutrien says it expects restrictions to continue for the rest of the year and through 2023.

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