NEWS
DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:40 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Average retail fertilizer prices continued to climb higher the second week of February 2014, according to fertilizer retailers surveyed by DTN. All but one of the major fertilizers had higher prices compared to a month earlier.

Leading the way higher once again is urea. The nitrogen fertilizer was 9% higher compared to the previous month and now has an average price of $509 per ton.

The other fertilizers with noteworthy price changes to the high side were DAP, MAP, UAN28 and UAN32. DAP and MAP were both up 7% from last month while UAN28 and UAN32 were ...

Quick View
  • Is Your Burndown Working? A cool, wet spring and the spread of herbicide-resistant weeds mean farmers should take the extra...
  • Gains on Covers It took Jerry Doan several years and a lot of trials, but the North Dakota beef producer has lear...
  • Side-by-Sides and Cool Helmets Side-by-side manufactures continue to roll out new machines and machine updates. Here are two more.
  • Stress Test for Borrowers Farm finances rate an "A" now, but economists debate if that's good enough to handle a major corr...
  • Senators Question EPA A group of U.S. senators Wednesday told President Barack Obama that his administration has not fo...
  • Climate Work Ahead at USDA Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke about GOP complaints regarding the Obama administration's work wit...
  • Full-Circle Farming Bill Couser sees farming as a full circle. If it comes off the farm, it can go back into the farm.
  • Making the Grade What if corn isn't cheap the next five years? Fickle price projections can sway farm bill choices.
  • Ask the Vet What's my best bet for fly control?
Related News Stories
Call for Order
Subtle Changes Following West Explosion
Nitrogen Plant Shut Down in Alberta
Chemical Board Plans Meeting in West
Blast Victims' Families Seek Closure
Uralkali 2013 Profit Slumps
Potash Corp Names New CEO
Canada's Grain Transport Conundrum
DTN Fertilizer Outlook