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Good for farmers… Good for the earth

Our farmer's rely on potash to grow our food and they pay more for potash than anybody else in the world.
Michigan Potash Company, LLC (“MPC”) is a private, US based, potash holding company controlling over 80 million metric tons of recoverable K2O– reserves formerly booked as proved and probable by the world’s second largest fertilizer company.

Potash is a natural potassium fertilizer, and the tightest controlled commodity in the world.

Michigan Potash, LLC
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Potash is an essential plant nutrient

Potash is an essential plant nutrient and nutritional requirement for animals and humans. It has no known substitutes.

Used Worldwide

Although potash is used worldwide, only 13 countries and only 13 companies produce it.

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World Commodity

Amongst comparative world commodities, potash is the most tightly controlled.

Our farmer’s rely on potash to grow our food and they pay more for potash than anybody else in the world.

Potash Making Headlines

Keeping Our Farmers Informed

In 2008 MGRRE rescued over $200 Million dollars in core

Dr. William B. Harrison III, Professor Emeritus

Founder and Director

Michigan Geological Repository for Research and Education

Western Michigan University Magazine, Summer 2014

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The word’s highest grade potash ore is in the U.S. Corn Belt

“What blew our minds was that there were layers in there that were essentially 100 percent of this potassium chloride,” said Harrison. Source AP.

As it turns out, Michigan was intended to double U.S. Potash Production; effectively migrating domestic potash reliance from New Mexico to Michigan.