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Global demand sparks urea price spike | Farm Online



AUSTRALIAN farmers will have to contend with a rise in nitrogen fertiliser costs with urea prices set to rise to in excess of $A700 a tonne with strong international demand sending prices up by up to $65/t in the past month.

Rabobank senior agricultural analyst Wes Lefroy said there had been a…

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