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Fertilizer prices continue to slowly decline in price, according to retailers tracked by DTN for the first week of February 2016. All eight major fertilizer prices slipped lower compared to a month earlier, with only one down any significant amount.
AMMONIA International ammonia prices were under pressure through January. The Yuzhnyy export price range dropped from $279-$310 early to $270-$280 late. Both the Black Sea and Baltic spot markets remained quiet. At month’s end the price of Trinidad export ammonia
Retail fertilizer prices continue to move lower, according to retailers tracked by DTN for the third week of January 2016. This week marks the fourth week in a row of significant price declines. Seven of the eight major fertilizers edged
Average retail fertilizer prices continued to shift lower the second week of January 2016, according to fertilizer retailers surveyed by DTN. For a third week in a row, some fertilizers registered notable price declines. Seven of the eight major fertilizers
Average retail fertilizer prices kicked off the new year moving in the same direction they were headed at the end of last year: down. For a second week in a row, fertilizer prices were lower the first week of January
AMMONIA World ammonia market prices dropped steadily through December. Export ammonia prices from Yuzhnyy, former Soviet Union (FSU), fell from $340-$550 per metric ton early to $270-$310 late. (All prices in this column are wholesale.) Weakening phosphate prices and seasonally
Retail fertilizer continues to drift lower as the year comes to an end, according to retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the fourth week of December 2015. Some farmers report making fertilizer purchases before year’s end, although many are
National retail fertilizer prices continued to drift lower the third week of December 2015, according to dealers tracked by DTN. That’s a move that could offer modest breaks for corn budgets in 2016. All eight of the major fertilizers edged
Average retail fertilizer prices continued to fall the second week of December 2015, although not to any great extent, according to retailers tracked by DTN. Seven of the eight major fertilizers edged lower compared to a month earlier but only
AMMONIA International ammonia prices drifted lower through November. Yuzhnyy, FSU, ammonia traded in the $390 to $405 per metric ton fob (free on board — the buyer pays for transportation of the goods) range early and fell to $340 to