Soaring fertilizer prices alter 2022 planting plans

Hurricane halted Louisiana production

Posted 11/10/21

Farmers in the United States are likely to plant less corn and use less nitrogen fertilizer on their fields for next year’s growing season due to sky-high fertilizer prices and short supplies. That trend will be less pronounced in Iowa, where fertile soils make the extra costs worthwhile.

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