Fertilizer Prices Press Release

Fertilizer Prices in Key U.S. Inland Regions Now Being Reported Industry Researcher Green Markets Expands Fertilizer Market Coverage

Keene, NH — January 9, 2017 – Green Markets, provider of independent pricing benchmarks for North American and international fertilizers commodities, announced further expansion of its fertilizer price assessments.

In addition to over 350 weekly fertilizer price assessments currently available, Green Markets will now report on the prevailing market prices in St. Louis, Minneapolis, and Catoosa for DAP (diammonium phosphate), MAP (monoammonium phosphate), potash and urea.

These new reports supplement Green Markets’ fertilizer price reporting which includes both North American regional and global wholesale prices.

In addition, Green Markets recently added retail price assessments in the U.S. Cornbelt for anhydrous ammonia, urea, UAN, UAN, ammonium sulfate, DAP, MAP, 10-34-0 and potash. Ag retailers can now track the movement of those critical retail fertilizer prices on a monthly basis.

“Green Markets’ Clients can now access over 360 trusted fertilizer price assessments each week,” according to President and Publisher, Daniel Houder. “The expanded regional coverage of inland U.S. locations like St. Louis, Minneapolis and Catoosa gives our Clients an even more precise indicator of prevailing price levels.”

About Green Markets

Green Markets is the most trusted source for fertilizer pricing, industry news, and market analysis for over 40 years. Green Markets creates transparent, efficient markets across the global fertilizer industry with independent fertilizer price reports, proprietary research, and custom advisory services.

Green Markets parent company, Bloomberg BNA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bloomberg, is a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information for professionals.

For more information, contact Jonathan Wentworth-Ping, Director of Sales, at jping@green-markets.com, call 1.603.357.8160 or visit www.fertilizerpricing.com.