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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Here is some simple advice that will help to alleviate stress around herbicide supply in the spring of 2023.
- It’s never too early to discuss your herbicide needs with your supplier. As soon as harvest is complete, you should consider meeting with your crop input supplier and providing them with details of your cropping plans next year. This will enable them to recommend suitable weed management solutions and provide details of anticipated supply and estimated costs.
- An excellent way to reduce concerns about spring/pre-plant herbicide availability is to adopt a post-harvest weed management program while weather and other conditions allow. Nufarm is proud to have one of the most comprehensive post-harvest herbicide portfolios in the industry. Please consult your crop input supplier for details and/or refer to the crop solution tabs on this website.
- Not all herbicide products may be severely impacted by supply constraints. If you find that products you have used in the past are hard to get, consult specialist such as state extension websites or agronomists/consultants in your area that may be able to recommend alternative solutions.
Even though we can’t accurately predict when supply constraints will be alleviated, monitoring the indicators featured below may help to judge how trends in the various factors that impact supply lead to what can be called “Recovery Mode.”
United States International Trade Commission website
This is a free resource that’s available to all. On this site can be found a plethora of information about trends in international trade movement, and even contains an Import Monitoring Tool that shows import and export activity about specific types of commodity.
Another free resource that provides data and trends related to transportation of goods internationally and domestically. The site also provides a link to the Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force Report that outlines findings and proposed / executed actions resulting from the Executive Order 14017 “ America’s Supply Chains” signed by President Biden.
Multiple company websites that provide insights into the status of supply chain efficiency, stresses and trends. Some information is available at no cost, some requires paid subscriptions.
This list is provided purely for information, Nufarm does not endorse any of these companies and takes no responsibility for the information provided by them.