Fertilizer, Florida Agriculture & Hurricane Ian
Damian Mason - The Business of Agriculture • 49m
Fertilizer markets have been tumultuous for a few years now. Just when you thought things had settled down on fertilizer price and availability, a hurricane hit, a war broke out, and the Mississippi dried up. Nathan Carson is VP of Operations with Chemical Dynamics, a Florida specialty fertilizer company. He shares perspective on Florida Ag and outlook on fertilizer price and availability. Nathan also provides discussion points on everything from California’s water problems to Mexican fentanyl’s role in produce imports. Tune in — this is an awesome talk!
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