Fertilizer prices start to rise

Fertilizer prices start to rise

Tighter margins for farmers and rail and barge congestion affecting U.S. fertilizer market.

FERTILIZER prices are slowly rising from the floor witnessed earlier this year, driven by both intentional and unintentional supply reductions, according to Rabobank's global Food & Agribusiness Research & Advisory Group.

"Seasonal demand, mostly from China, India and the U.S., is unlikely to cause any prolonged rise in prices for the fertilizer complex, while risk-averse sentiment in global commodities is leading to reluctance towards stoc

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