The fertilizer situation remains a very tenuous situation. Sound Agriculture CEO Adam Litle is cautious as he looks out to spring. “As rough as it is right now, it is possible to get another spike in fertilizer prices and maybe not even getting it because of the supply problems,” said Litle. “This is absolutely the time to hope for the best, but plan for the worst.” Sound Agriculture has launched a nitrogen reduction pilot program with its SOURCE product that removes the risk of trying a new product. “Because we’ve got so much data that we can protect that yield and even boost it, we’re willing to say if you lose any yield at all, we’ll cover the downside.”
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