Webinar On-demand Recording
Spring Ag and Fertilizer Outlook 2018
Recorded February 28, 2018
This webinar addressed the issues, challenges, and opportunities for the upcoming year. After a robust fall application season, will spring ammonia volumes decline? This “from-the-field” market intelligence provided by Green Markets has never been more important in your spring planting intentions!
Green Markets assembled an insightful group of fertilizer and agriculture industry leaders to share their expertise on imminent issues, challenges, and opportunities facing the fertilizer industry in 2018 and beyond.
Order this webinar recording and gain valuable market intelligence that will support your business decisions – from maximizing profits today to identifying opportunities and risks in the longer term.
Answers to critical 2018 planting questions:
- Will growers slash their corn acreage this spring?
- What is the outlook for crop prices in 2018?
- Will lower corn acreage in 2018 impact overall nitrogen rates?
- After a robust fall application season, will spring ammonia volumes decline?
- What is the 2018 outlook for agri-chemical products, with a particular focus on U.S. markets?
- What is the 2018 outlook for U.S. market seed products?
- What effect will new domestic urea capacity have on spring pricing and supply?
- Will domestic production cuts drive up spring phosphate prices?
- What are retailers doing to compete against well-funded e-commerce sales platforms?
- CommoditAg: Is this the wave of the future of ag retail?
- PLUS: the webinar speakers answer all questions during an open Q&A
Past Webinar Topics Include:
- Fall Fertilizer Outlook and the Farm Economy Webinar – October 26, 2017
- Global Fertilizer Outlook 2017: When to Expect a Recovery? – October 5, 2017
- Spring Fertilizer & Ag Outlook 2017 – March 2, 2017
- Inside China Urea: What to Expect in 2017 and Beyond – January 19, 2017
To purchase the on-demand webinar recording please contact Customer Service at 800.531.0140 (1.603.357.8103) or email GMsupport@bloomberg.net.