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World Cup gold mine? Rare mineral found in Queensland's Lockyer Valley
by Melanie Vujkovic
ABC.net.au (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Translate This Article
7 April 2017
On 7 April 2017 ABC.net.au (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) reported:
Two geologists believe they have struck brown gold in Queensland's Lockyer Valley, unearthing a naturally occurring mineral capable of growing pristine grass in the middle of the Arabian desert. Guy Lewington and Martin I'Ons were looking for the mineral silica when they bought the mine at Mount Sylvia 11 years ago. Mr Lewington said it was only by chance they instead discovered the rock dust palagonite. ...They have also teamed up with a local farmer to test the palagonite on crops. Mr Lewington said the result was a 50 per cent increase in production, as well as reducing the need for chemical fertiliser.
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