Home > News > Anhydrous Drops to 3-Digit Price While Some Fertilizer Costs Climb

Fertilizer price trends continue to shift lower this month, however, for the first time in several months, multiple fertilizers were slightly higher. But most notably, one major fertilizer reached a price milestone not seen in a year and a half. Anhydrous has dropped below the $1,000 mark since October 2021. Clocking in at $995 for the third week of April, anhydrous has officially broken the 77-week four-digit price trend. The highest anhydrous ever climbed was $1,534 per ton in April last year.

Fertilizers climbing in price for the first time in a while include DAP and MAP at $826/ton and $812/ton, respectively. All fertilizers are now double digits lower than one year ago, this time, with the sharpest price decline seen in urea at 38%.

Read more on fertilizer price trends here.


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