Nearing the end of 2021, fertilizer prices remain significantly higher. DTN Fertilizer Analyst Russ Quinn says fertilizer is expected to be available in the spring, but the prices may still bring sticker shock. “We’ve seen fertilizer prices increase for a solid year, ranging from 63 to 220 percent higher compared to 2020. It may be the second half of 2022 before we see prices level off and start to go lower. Nitrogen and potash may be able to turn before we get to the latter part of the year.”
Subscribe to RRFN
Get a weekly digest from RRFN to stay up-to-date on all the latest news in agriculture.