According to DTN’s weekly survey of ag retailers, fertilizer prices are continuing to move higher. Potash and urea were both up 17 percent from one month ago. MAP was ten percent more expensive. UAN28 and UAN32 were eight percent higher than last month with UAN 28 topping the $400 per ton level for the first time since May of 2013. Anhydrous prices are now averaging over $800 per ton, up seven percent from a month ago. DAP prices are up five percent.
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