Fertiliser price hits 13-year high, China 'bans' phosphate exports, glyphosate prices surge

Brandon Long
By Brandon Long
Updated October 5 2021 - 11:02pm, first published October 1 2021 - 7:00am
INPUTS UP: Urea and glyphosate prices are rising due to unexpected market events.

Farmers looking to secure inputs for next year's crop have been getting a rude shock, with urea prices hitting a 13-year-high, China 'banning' phosphate exports and glyphosate prices surging.

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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Queensland Country Life journalist

Brandon Long is a Queensland Country Life journalist based in Toowoomba.

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