Trigg Mining is expanding exploration activities

The Australian company Trigg Mining has begun exploration work on the Lake Throssell project, and the geophysics team has already collected the first samples of potassium salts. The project area is 323 square kilometres, however, Trigg Mining managed to increase it by 434 square kilometres.

Simultaneously, Trigg Mining has begun exploration and resource definition drilling at the Laverton Lakes SOP Project. During its course, it is planned to go through a series of wells, take samples, analyze them and calculate the reserves of potassium salts.

In the future, Trigg Mining intends to organize the processing of potash salts to produce potassium sulfate, which is used in the cultivation of vegetables, fruits, tea, coffee, and tobacco.

Earlier, Trigg Mining held an IPO, selling investors 22.5 million shares and raising $ 4.5 million. Their buyers included suppliers of agricultural machinery, farmers, etc.

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