Allana Potash Corp. (CVE:AAA) reports that drill holes DK-10-09 and 010 both intersected significant zones of potash mineralization.
The press release is quoted as saying:
Both holes are located east of the Musley Deposit and the results suggest strong continuity of potash mineralization throughout this area. Hole DK-10-10 intersected three robust potash intersections including 37.6 % KCl over 2.8 metres, within 12.4 metres of 23.7 % KCl, 21.3% KCl over 6.5 metres and 16.9% KCl over 19.4 metres. Hole DK-10-09 intersected strong potash mineralization which returned 28.0% KCl over 3.5 metres within a wider intersection of 7.1 metres of 22.8 % KCl.
Allana Potash’s President and CEO, Farhad Abasov says:
“Allana continues to be very encouraged with our drill results across the entire property and as a result we have commenced another two drill holes. The results from holes 09 and 10 strongly support the interpretation of the extension of the Musley Deposit into this area. Particularly encouraging are the results from Hole 10 where high grade sylvinite, carnallite and kainite were intersected over good widths The combined width of significant potash mineralization, some 38 metres in total, is very positive for this region and management believes will add to the resource potential.”