TORONTO, Dec. 29 /PRNewswire/ - IC Potash Corp. ("ICP" or the "Company") (TSXV: ICP) announced today that its Company information will be made available via Standard & Poor's Corporation Records Listing Program. As part of the program, a full description of ICP will be published in the Daily News Section of Standard Corporation Records, a recognized securities manual for secondary trading in up to 38 States under the Blue Sky Laws. Standard Corporation Records is available in print, CD-ROM, and via the Web at www.netadvantage.standardandpoors.com as well as through numerous electronic vendors.
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About IC Potash Corp.
IC Potash intends to become a primary producer of Sulphate of Potash ("SOP") by mining its 100%-owned potash Ochoa property in New Mexico. SOP is a non-chloride based potash fertilizer that sells at a substantial premium over the price of Muriate of Potash ("MOP"), the most widely used fertilizer in the world. Typically SOP sells at a premium of 50% to MOP. ICP is focused on being the lowest cost producer of SOP in the world. The SOP market is six million tonnes per year. SOP is a significant fertilizer in the fruit, vegetable, tobacco, potato, and horticultural industries, and for agriculture in saline and dry soils and soils in which there is much agriculture with varieties of crops. Much of the agricultural soil in China, India, and the United States is salty. ICP's Ochoa property consists of over 100,000 acres of federal subsurface potassium prospecting permits and State of New Mexico Potassium mining leases.
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SOURCE IC Potash Corp.