Potash’s downward trend is expected to remain in place in 2023

As producers look to next year and make fertilizer plans, DTN reports a positive outlook for potash.

This map shows the demand for potash over the past 11 years. Because the ongoing war in Ukraine caused record-high fertilizer prices, those higher prices made many producers drop potash all together, causing demand to go down.

With more supply on deck in 2023, potash prices should push lower in the new year.

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