Ukraine Conflict is Triggering Fertilizer Concerns

The war in Ukraine is taking a toll on fertilizer markets.

Prices were already high in late 2021, and they have increased further due to the conflict. Farmers are now left looking for workarounds as spring planting progresses.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Agriculture Economics Associate Professor, Lia Nogueira, spoke with RFD-TV’s Janet Adkison about how the conflict has affecting fertilizer markets, what it means for U.S. farmers and how this will affect fertilizer price and availability in the future.

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