The domestic urea market can be described as a stagnant water. The dealers first lacked the enthusiasm for purchasing, and then became a contradiction to the high-priced urea. I thought that this kind of wait-and-see mood would be alleviated after the 15th of the first month, but from the perspective of the urea's lack of clarity, It is difficult for the market to see a good turnaround. At this time, some external forces are needed to push the market to start. The price cuts can bring some vitality to the market. Among them, manufacturers do not necessarily cut prices because of poor sales; The dealers are not necessarily because of the high price and the price is low. Maybe both sides are only trying to find a better starting point in the spring plough market. If the market is analyzed optimistic about the late market, the price drop after the holiday is likely to mark the domestic market. The urea market is about to start.