Electromobility is also finding its way into agriculture and innovations are ensuring good yields alongside potash fertilizer.

The fact that climate change is leading to more extreme weather events such as heavy rainfall or drought, for example, is now becoming apparent time and again. Farmers have to meet these challenges. They are working hard to improve agricultural processes through digitalization. Sustainability and efficiency are in demand. Digital applications can adapt irrigation or nutrients to requirements. In any case, tests are already underway in this country to determine the fertilizer requirements of an area using drones. Potash is an important fertilizer in agriculture worldwide. Potash ensures higher crop yields and optimized disease resistance.

Potash is available in Gabon, Africa, for example, at Millennial Potash’shttps://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/millennial-potash-corp/ – high-grade Banio potash project. According to a preliminary economic assessment, the company’s project in mining-friendly Gabon should have the best prospects of success.

In order for digitalization to be implemented in agriculture, a communication infrastructure is required, which is currently still often lacking. The 5G network is helpful for exchanging data and controlling machines and robots. Electrically powered computers can help with mowing, mulching, etc. And electromobility is not only establishing itself in cities but is also causing a revolution in agriculture. The aim is to make farms more environmentally friendly in this area too. Electric tractors are being used here, for example, and many farms already have photovoltaic systems. The key raw material involved here is lithium, which is used in lithium-ion batteries.

One lithium company that is already in the approval phase is Century Lithiumhttps://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/century-lithium-corp/ – with its Clayton Valley Lithium Project in Nevada.

Current company information and press releases from Century Lithium (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/century-lithium-corp/ -) and Millennial Potash (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/millennial-potash-corp/ -).

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