DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Dec 17, 2013 01:25 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Retail fertilizer prices continue their late-fall/early winter hibernation with prices nearly unchanged from last week, according to fertilizer retailers surveyed by DTN for the second week of December.

Seven of the eight major fertilizers had lower prices compared to last month, but once again none showed a significant price drop.

DAP had an average price of $506 per ton, MAP $547/ton and potash $483/ton. 10-34-0 was at $515/ton, anhydrous $635/ton, UAN28 $318/ton and UAN32 $361/ton.

One fertilizer was higher from last month, but again the move to the high side was fairly slight. Urea had an average ...

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