The head of The Fertilizer Institute says there’s been substantial relief for fertilizer prices ahead of the 2023 planting season.
Corey Rosenbusch tells Brownfield, “Some products even went down about half of what they were last fall.”
But, he says, global stocks are at an 8 year low. “We have a lot of ag retailers that are sitting on some inventory from last winter that is really high priced right now at time when prices are softening.
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