With continuing spiked fertilizer prices and supply uncertainty for next year’s growing season, experts are weighing in with their recommended actions for growers, including making passes with Anhydrous yet this fall and even Phosphorus and Potassium, if possible. Josh Linville, director of fertilizer at StoneX, says moving demand toward Anhydrous Ammonia this fall could lessen supply chain issues and perhaps stall prices from rising further come the start of the 2022 growing season. Linville says the high price of Urea, as well as Phosphorus supply issues, continue to be two major challenges anticipated for next year. While China continues its ban on Phosphate exports, as much as 39% of the world’s supply hangs in limbo. Read more on fertilizer market outlooks.