Urea failed to violate last year's price and has actually softened this week. But the nitrogen margins suggest upside risk for the rest of the segment.
Fertilizer prices favored a more mixed tone this week with DAP and MAP leading gains.
Updated fuels and fertilizer charts as of the week ended March 17, 2017.
Potash and phosphate continued higher this week.
The propane game may be changing, but this week prices slid lower.
Propane export activity increased dramatically during 2016 leading to higher retail LP prices in the Midwest despite a generally warm winter.
Nitrogen prices continued higher this week led by strength in anhydrous ammonia.
February was a big month for fertilizers with all seven products in our price survey posting solid gains. Click here to view the March 2017 Inputs Monitor Newsletter.
All fertilizers were higher again this week led by strength in anhydrous ammonia.
fuels moved in opposite directions this week as the bottom fell out from under crude futures.