StoneX Director of Fertilizer Josh Linville says urea prices continue to push higher as spring approaches. “That has been more of a reaction to the international market moving higher than it has been to anything based in North America but, when it moves so do we,” said Linville. “UAN has been relatively steady; anhydrous has been steady; as has potash. Phosphate is still showing a little bit of strength out there just on very tight supplies.” Linville says phosphate prices are high enough that some in the fertilizer trade are questioning spring corn acres.
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