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Don't Rush the Anhydrous Season

This fall, I saw the first evidence of fall anhydrous applications long before the soil temperatures dipped into the safety zone -- again.
The reasons for rushing the season are as volatile as the product itself. There are thoughts that the price of anhydrous ammonia, which was running about $1400 per ton recently, might be cheap come spring if natural gas prices move higher. Fears of supply shortages and deals that require fall delivery add to the hurry. Good conditions for application make exercising patience difficult.
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