The average anhydrous price is at an all-time high of $1,428 per ton. That’s up nine percent from last month. 10-34-0 was up five percent at $795 per ton. According to DTN’s survey of ag retailers, the cost of anhydrous is up more than 200 percent from one year ago. The price for UAN28 is up 179 percent and UAN32 is up 171 percent. Urea is 148 percent more expensive than one year ago and potash is up by more than 120 percent. All fertilizer prices are well above year ago levels. DAP is 82 percent more expensive; MAP is up 73 percent and 10-34-0 is averaging 71 percent higher than one year ago.
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