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An Iowa farmer prepares for fall field work

A southwest Iowa farmer says he plans to start using anhydrous soon.

Dwayne Eistrop says he’s waiting for soil temperatures to stay at or below 50 degrees. “And plus, moisture,” he said. “We’ve got to have some moisture for that anhydrous part to condense on the ground so you don’t put it there and it evaporates back into the atmosphere.”

Brownfield anhydrous prices have been high, he says, but… “I know they’ve already booked mine, which was good because I’ve heard that anhydrous has picked up again.”

Aistrope says he has not booked P and K stock for the fall.

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