Flooding south of the Northern Plains has already caused problems getting product moved north. Bottineau, North Dakota-based Dakota Agronomy Partners Northeast Region Manager Darren Jantz is advising his customers to book their spring fertilizer needs soon. “Farmers didn’t get much anhydrous applied in the fall. We had more dry spreading happening with fertilizer,” says Jantz. “With the logistics of trucking and product availability, the sooner farmers can line up acres and times they want to apply, the better.”
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