Price Pressure: Fertilizer cost concerns continue due to numerous challenges

Concerns continue over the rising cost of fertilizer.

Economists say anhydrous ammonia prices, which are already at record levels, could hit $2,000 per ton next year.

University of Illinois’ Dr. Gary Schnitkey spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the factors that are pointing to further upward price pressure, if there could be any more ripple effects if Russian fertilizer exports go completely off the market and any advice for farmers as they look to navigate the market.


Anhydrous ammonia prices could eclipse $2,000 per ton next year

New fertilizer prices are mixed

No relief in fertilizer prices any time soon