Product shortages were a reality this past year. Glyphosate and glufosinate are two prime examples. Wilbur Ellis District Sales Manager Chris Wharam believes that situation will improve this year. “A major contributor to the glyphosate tightness in 2022 was the hurricane combined with China not producing as much as material as they tried to clean up the environment ahead of their Olympics,” Wharam told RRFN. “I think it will be quite a bit better here in 2023.” Wharam anticipates the availability of glufosinate to be better than this past year, but supplies will still be tight. Wharam was one of the panelists discussing supply chain logistics at the Big Iron Farm Show.
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