High fertilizer prices are expected to stick around for the next six months. A new report from CoBank shows record general inflation, higher natural gas prices, tight global nitrogen supplies and strong farmer demand will all continue to contribute to the higher prices. CoBank does not think the high fertilizer prices will cause higher soybean acres over corn due to strong domestic demand. Read the report.
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