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Trigg Mining begins exploration drilling at Laverton Links sulfate of potash project

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Trigg Mining Ltd has commenced the next crucial step in establishing the mineral endowment of its large sulfate of potash (SOP) tenure near Laverton in Western Australia with the mobilisation of a geophysics team and an aircore drill rig to its Laverton Links SOP Project.
  • Laverton Links SOP project
  • - Targeting an initial Mineral Resource at the Lake Rason Prospect with a 500 m aircore drilling programme to convert the current Exploration Target to a Mineral Resource estimate.
    - Targeting an initial Mineral Resource at the Lake Hope Campbell Prospect with a 1400 m aircore drilling programme.
    - Determining the prospectivity of the East Laverton Prospect with a gravity survey to refine drill hole locations followed by an initial aircore drilling programme of 1000 m.
  • Lake Throssell SOP project
  • - A Heritage survey is scheduled in advance of a reconnaissance exploration and sampling programme across the surface of the highly prospective Lake Throssell SOP project.
  • Key results from the planned programmes at Trigg’s 100% owned SOP Projects are expected to be released in 3Q20.

The Laverton Links SOP project (Laverton Links) consists of three prospect areas: Lake Rason, Lake Hope Campbell and East Laverton covering some 2315 km2 of granted tenure 35 km – 190 km east of Laverton.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/21112019/trigg-mining-begins-exploration-drilling-at-laverton-links-sulfate-of-potash-project/

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