Martens: Higher fertilizer prices force farmers to choose

Bobby MartensBobby Martens, associate professor, was interviewed for a Nov. 3 KCCI story, "Fertilizer to be the latest victim of price spikes due to supply chain issues."

"So that does not mean consumers will be paying more. It may mean that farmers chose to make different planting decisions next year which could affect the prices of those commodities in the indirect way, but there's not a direct relationship," said Bobby Martens with Iowa State University.

This story also covered by
KCRG, Nov. 4