Look for fertilizer prices to go even higher

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Already high - from the North Carolina Charlotte Observer:

Explosion fears remain as N. Carolina fertilizer plant burns
An uncontrolled fire at a fertilizer plant in North Carolina continued to burn Wednesday, forcing firefighters and thousands of evacuated residents to remain at least a mile (1.6 kilometers) away because there could be a large explosion.

Fire officials said they could not predict when the blaze might die down. And they didn't know how many people have actually complied with calls to evacuate. Winston-

Salem Mayor Allen Joines said the city was maintaining its stance in calling the requests to leave the area “a recommended action.” “The fact of the matter is, at the beginning of this incident, there was enough ammonium nitrate on hand for this to be one of the worst explosions in U.S. history," Winston-Salem Fire Chief Trey Mayo said at an afternoon news conference that North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper also attended.

Price of food continues to skyrocket.  Amazing how just a few bad decisions by this administration regime can cause such havoc. No management skills.  All narrative, all the time.

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