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Acron sells Canada potash lease to Nutrien

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World Fertilizer,

Acron's subsidiary, 101211205 Saskatchewan Ltd. (Canada), has closed a transaction to sell the Crown potash lease KL 279 to Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc., a potash business unit within Nutrien, for an undisclosed figure.

KL 279, or the Stockholm project, is an undeveloped 263.5 km2 property located in southeast Saskatchewan, Canada.

Acron continues to own nine Crown potash leases and one exploration permit in Saskatchewan. Acron’s potash dispositions with a total area of approximately 2000 km2 are divided into two prospective blocks – Albany project (six lots in the south of the province) and Foam Lake project (four lots in the north of the potash exploration and mining area in the province).

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