Fertilizer prices in the U.S. remain largely stagnant for the first week of the new year. For the second week in a row, six of the eight major fertilizers posted lower prices compared to last month. The most noteworthy change is once again Anhydrous, down 7% compared to the previous month, with an average price of $789 per ton.

The remaining five fertilizers were just slightly less expensive, with MAP at $812/ton, potash at $513/ton, urea at $534/ton, UAN28 at $336, and UAN32 at $394 per ton. DAP and 10-34-0 were the only two that increased slightly in price at $725/ton and $599/ton, respectively.

Read more on fertilizer prices and the economic factors that drive them here.