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Global Fertilizer Outlook - 2
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Dec 9, 2014 12:41 PM CST

SAVANNAH, Ga. (DTN) -- Fertilizer transportation delays occurred last winter because of a "perfect storm" of factors: challenging winter weather conditions, a large grain crop and deferred demand. While shippers continue to work to be more efficient and invest in infrastructure, the same situation could arise again in 2015.

If this winter comes on strong with cold weather and much snow, these same transportation challenges could return, Greg Yont, vice-president of Wholesale Global Logistics of Agrium, Inc., said during his presentation at the 2014 Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference recently in Savannah, Ga.

"I am worried some, especially if we ...

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