Producing anhydrous ammonia locally may fix ag costs
WILLMAR -- Last year, when the price of anhydrous ammonia soared to more than $1,000 a ton, crop farmers staggered under the high price of the popular nitrogen fertilizer.
This year the cost is about half that, but because anhydrous ammonia is made from natural gas, the price will likely continue to be volatile and create instability for agricultural input costs.
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