HOUSTON (AP)--Farmers may soon have to hold their noses when paying for fertilizer--the soaring cost of natural gas is expected to increase fertilizer prices.

It's all quiet on the farm for now--growers don't use much fertilizer this time of year. But they worry about facing higher prices when applying it to fields in a couple months, the Houston Chronicle reported.

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