DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Sep 17, 2013 03:28 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Retail fertilizer prices are still shifting lower, according to fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the second week of September. Some retailers report fertilizer price declines may not be over yet.

All eight of the major fertilizers prices slipped from the second week of August with all but one fertilizer seeing significant price declines.

UAN32 was down 9% compared to last month with 10-34-0, potash and UAN28 all down 7%. UAN32 had average price of $374/ton, potash $517/ton, 10-34-0 $545/ton and UAN28 $334/ton.

Urea decreased 6% while both DAP and anhydrous were down 5%. Urea had an ...

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