I came off a rough 2021. Canaola net 22 abd wheat might net 30 but waiting to haul to finalize numbers. With the amount i precontracted, i have learned a tough lesson this year. Do not sell what you do not possess. That being said i should have larger carrover fertilizer as i applied enough for a 50 bushel crop but got a 20. Do we pay the $70 cents per N nh3 bill and $1150 per tonne s10 bill and hope this years canola grows? Or do i use the carryover and try for a breakeven year with minimal inputs? Scic will not offer enough coverage to bail out a farmer with $70 acre rent to $135 per jug transorb hc coupled with the new normal fertilizer prices. If canola stays at $20 all is great, but if it hits $10 well. The farm might fold. Whats the answer to be successful in 2022?