January 15, 2013 at 03:00 AM EST
Bright Spots in the Fertilizer Market: Robert Winslow
The Energy Report: Your last interview took place in April of 2011. What have been the major developments on the agricultural front impacting the fertilizer markets since then? Robert Winslow: Increased weather volatility, . . . → Read More: Bright Spots in the Fertilizer Market: Robert Winslow Similar posts: Bob Moriarty: Finding Massively Undervalued Energy Stocks in Today’s Irrational Market The Energy Report: Assuming you watched, would you care to... Brazil’s Biofuel Boom: Mark McHugh The Energy Report: The biofuels sector encompasses a range of... Poor Harvests May Lead to Grain Price Spike Andrew Mickey over on Seeking Alpha has a good article...

The Energy Report: Your last interview took place in April of 2011. What have been the major developments on the agricultural front impacting the fertilizer markets since then?

Robert Winslow: Increased weather volatility, like last summer’s drought in the U.S., which led to modern-era highs in corn, wheat and soybean prices, have had a significant impact on the market. Although grain prices have softened of late, I believe you’re likely to see somewhat higher-than-usual grain prices through at least the … [visit site to read more]

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