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DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Dec 4, 2012 01:41 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Fertilizer prices continue to remain quiet with little move in either direction, according to retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the fourth week of November. But the cease fire in price movements could be temporary if water levels on the Mississippi River don't improve in time for spring deliveries.

Two fertilizers edged higher compared to the fourth week of October but these moves were fairly minuscule. MAP had an average price of $679/ton while anhydrous was at $864/ton.

Four fertilizers were just slightly lower compared to a month earlier. Potash had an average price of $617/ton, ...

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