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Mining to produce a low chloride, multi-nutrient fertiliser suitable for organic use that can boost crop yields and aid more sustainable farming
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The Woodsmith project is a truly unique development currently under construction in North Yorkshire, UK.

It comprises a new mine site south of Whitby in North Yorkshire and a 37 kilometre tunnel that will transport the naturally occurring mineral, polyhalite, to new processing and shipping facilities on Teesside.

It will produce polyhalite, a naturally occurring mineral containing potassium, sulphur, magnesium and calcium, four of the six key nutrients required for plant growth. It will be sold as a low chloride, multi-nutrient fertiliser suitable for organic use that can boost crop yields and aid more sustainable farming.

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