Food Prices Projected To Continue To Soar

By: George William The Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M University says it now appears fertilizer prices will increase more than 80% for the 2022 planting season relative to last year. The impacts of the price increase to growers are substantial. The Center says the largest whole-farm impact would fall on its representativeContinue reading “Food Prices Projected To Continue To Soar”