Practical Steps to Navigate This Season’s Supply Landscape

Nufarm Supply View™ resources are developed to help you navigate challenges presented by the current supply environment. When input options are more limited and higher costs impede your plans, we’re here to offer solutions. 

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US Trucking “Capacity Versus Demand”


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Supply View Volume 1

Considerations of supply alternatives. Practical steps to navigate this season’s supply landscape.


Supply View Volume 2

What is causing the current supply situation? Learn about the reasons behind the escalating supply crunch.


Supply View Volume 3

Supply View Volume 3

Using the right tank mix can stretch the herbicides you have on hand and give your crops a clean start – even with limited glyphosate and glufosinate.


Supply View Volume 4

Explore the major factors that contribute to the current supply challenges being witnessed in multiple industries, including crop protection products.


Supply View Volume 5

Recommending residual herbicides has become the agronomic equivalent of recommending a healthy diet and exercise. See the role residual herbicides play in early-season weed control.


Supply View Volume 6

Explore some of the multiple articles and commentaries published that provide guidance related to handling herbicide shortages being experienced this year. 


Supply View Volume 7

Read through a chronology of some of the events that have led to the supply issues experienced over the past few months.


Supply View Volume 8

Look at of some of the events that may be putting the worlds food supply at risk and how supply challenges impact outputs as well as inputs.



Corn, Soybeans: Spring Burndown Strategies When Herbicides in Short Supply

There is a lot of speculation about herbicide shortages for the 2022 growing season, and some products are apparently getting more expensive and/or scarce now. This will affect herbicide buying and weed management decisions for the 2022 season.


U.S. Ag Exports Missing The Boat Due To Out Of Whack World Supply Chain

Billions of dollars of U.S. agricultural goods never left port last year, and the problem doesn’t seem to be getting any better this year. An informal survey by the Agriculture Transportation Coalition, which represents exporters, found about 22% of agricultural exports were being lost due to transportation issues.


Almond Processor Shares How Supply Chain Disruption is Impacting Business, Industry

The seemingly never-ending supply chain disruptions continue to impact many aspects of our everyday lives, and our agricultural industries have also suffered tremendous losses due to these challenges. Watch this brief interview with Katie Staack-Dorsett from Grizzly Nut as she shares to find out and learn more in Pacific Nut Producer Magazine.

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Tight agriculture chemical supply, high prices could impact 2022 growing season

Supply chain disruptions and material shortages are fueling speculation about a herbicide shortage for the 2022 agriculture growing season.  Bill Johnson, Purdue professor of weed science and Purdue Extension weed specialist, is encouraging producers to plan to minimize the impact on corn and soybean production in the Midwest.


Adapting to Persistent Supply Chain Disruptions

The U.S. economy is on a strong growth path and cash-rich consumers are spending robustly on both services and goods. Roughly 80% of the U.S. adult population has now received at least one vaccination shot, leading to renewed participation in many public activities. But while the U.S. economy is running hot, it is still very much in the grips of the pandemic.


IDFA, Port of Los Angeles, and CMA CGM Form Initiative to Advance Dairy Exports

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), the Port of Los Angeles, and CMA CGM — a world leader in shipping and logistics — announced today the formation of a Dairy Exports Working Group aimed at identifying and addressing supply chain issues hampering U.S. dairy product exports.


Omicron’s Effect on Food Demand and The Supply Chain

Social media posts are showing empty store shelves. OpenTable reports dine-in restaurant meals are down 22% in late January compared to pre-pandemic data. 

Dr. Michael Swanson, ag economist at Wells Fargo, says the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reshape food economics. The omicron wave is bringing its own undulation to the trends of where and how food is consumed.