What to Watch for in Fertilizer Markets

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It’s no surprise that the fertilizer markets have cooled off this fall, but those farmers shopping for a deal may not want to wait too long to pre-buy. Record prices for corn and soy will definitely pressure prices in to the new growing season, and international buyers are out shopping.

Remi Schmaltz, general manager of Decisive Farming, follows the often tough-to-crack fertilizer markets and offers his insight into what he sees fertilizer prices may do for the next quarter and into the new year.

(Please note: Remi references China making a large purchase. It was India, not China.)

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