Source: Yankton Press & Dakotan

The Yankton Press & Dakotan published an article recently explaining that the fertilizer seller's market of 2008 no longer exists in agriculture.

According to the article, sales have slowed in recent weeks, indicating farmers are either waiting until the last minute to buy for the coming season or even forgoing some fertilizers.

"There's been a major correction under way," Bill Bond, executive director of the Minnesota Crop Production Retailers Association, told the Yankton Press & Dakotan. "Everybody wants to be able to purchase wisely, but this market has really been swinging as of late."

Fertilizer purchases are running about 60 percent of normal, according to CHS, the grain and energy cooperative.

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