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DTN Fertilizer Outlook
Ken Johnson DTN Fertilizer Columnist
Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:12 AM CDT

AMMONIA

World ammonia prices were flat to slightly lower through October. Yuzhnyy ammonia prices were $420 to $450 early and traded at $425 to $430 late in the month. (All prices in this column are wholesale.) A slow start to the Corn Belt ammonia application season in the U.S. led to little demand in the U.S. for imports of ammonia from Yuzhnyy, and this lack of demand resulted in a weakness in contract prices for imports into the U.S. Late in the month, the contract price for imported ammonia into Tampa for DAP production went down $10 to $480. In ...

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