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UK fertiliser price series helps increase market transparency

A new monthly series of UK fertiliser prices from AHDB will help increase transparency in the market, says the organisation.


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The monthly price information will cover the most commonly used products: ammonium nitrate (UK produced and imported), liquid nitrogen (UAN), potash and phosphates.

 

Joanne Tuck, AHDB head of data and analysis, said: “We hope this insight into fertiliser markets will increase transparency and help levy payers manage their input costs, together with business tools like Farmbench and benchmarking.”

 

The industry has been without a regular fertiliser price overview such as this since January 2017 following the retirement of Robert Bojduniak who supplied fertiliser prices through Farm Brief, according to AHDB.

 

 


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Successful pilot

 

A successful pilot study means that AHDB will now be collecting, validating and publishing historical fertiliser price data on a monthly basis. The development of this UK fertiliser price series has been supported by the industry body AIC.

 

Farmers can download the first fertiliser price update by visiting ahdb.org.uk/publications/Fertiliser.aspx or subscribe by emailing MI@ahdb.org.uk

 

Any businesses in the farm supply chain interested in contributing should contact AHDB on the email address above.

 

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