Fertilizer pricing battle may exacerbate global food insecurity

An ongoing battle between farmers and fertilizer producers over pricing threatens to adversely affect the world's food supplies. Farmers weaned crops onto lower amounts of fertilizers to force a price drop, but the fertilizer industry is betting the threat of decreased crop yields at a time when food insecurity is increasing around the globe will weaken farmers' ability to keep pricing down.

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