Making Fertilization Decisions As Fertilizer Prices Escalate and Production Costs Are High - Part 1Integrated Crop Management News
AbstractFertilizers are at unbelievably high prices, with reports of tight supplies and potash allocation to dealers. Total crop production costs are causing credit supply issues, which complicates decisions to allocate available funds for production expenses. These issues are causing producers to consider changing production practices, including cutting back on inputs like fertilizer. What can be done?
Copyright OwnerIowa State University
Citation InformationJohn E. Sawyer and Antonio P. Mallarino. "Making Fertilization Decisions As Fertilizer Prices Escalate and Production Costs Are High - Part 1" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john-sawyer/122/