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Potash a “critical mineral” – MiningNewsNet

A great read from , labelling Potash a “critical mineral”.

We have all been going gaga in recent months over critical minerals such as lithium and cobalt but MiningNewsNet have importantly drawn attention to Potash as another critical mineral worthy of attention. Potash refers to mined and manufactured salts that contain potassium in water-soluble form. The mineral is critical thanks to it’s use as a fertiliser in crop production

In food production, potassium is removed from the soil in harvested crops and must be replaced in order to maintain future crop growth. Sulphate of Potash (SOP) is the premium source of potassium (macro-nutrient) favoured by high value, chloride intolerant crops.

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