World fertilizer dynamics changing

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It wasn’t that long ago that farmers were paying upwards of $1,000 a ton for nitrogen fertilizer and wondering if prices would ever go down. That situation has changed, and fertilizer prices are showing signs of weakness at least through the spring. David Asbridge explained some of the new realities in the markets in this interview at the Integrated Crop Management Conference at Iowa State University.

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