Drought pushes fertilizer stocks up
Wall Street thinks the dry conditions will put more money in farmers' pockets.
Agree with the report.
We just experienced what Jim comments in South America. Drought here pushed prices up but local farmers couldn't capitalize it at all for their harvest was poor. The regions with good rains in other parts
of the world are the ones to seize the opportunity of filling their pockets.
Same now, American farmers wont harvest good, this raises prices, the other regions around the
planet will take advantage of it, of course if they reap good.
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