Silver makes plants grow better
For example, a Dutch company sells, among other things, silver nanoparticles that strengthen plants and ensure higher yields. The nano-trace elements are small nutrients that can be easily absorbed, making plants more resilient, especially in vegetable cultivation. Ornamental plants also benefit.
One of the main areas for silver applications is electronic devices. That's because that's where about 34 percent of the global silver supply went last year. And the electronics sector is a growing market. In 2021, 54 percent, or about 74 million ounces, is forecast to go to this sector. In the previous year, the figure was 48 million ounces. But silver consumption continues to rise. For 2030, silver consumption in the electronics sector is expected to be around 615 million ounces - according to the Silver Institute.
This is due to the use of the precious metal in almost every electronic item. From cell phones to computers, wearables, cars to circuit boards, wiring to components such as switches and chips, printed with silver ink. In addition, there are applications that use the antibacterial effect of silver, such as labels, sensors, anti-theft tags or packaging. All of this is made possible by the special properties of silver, as the precious metal ranks first in terms of conductivity.
Looking at silver companies, Denarius Silver - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hrCHyYl9XI - is appealing with its Lomero project in the Spanish-Portuguese pyrite belt, the Guia Antigua project in Colombia and the Zancudo project, also in Colombia.
One of Denarius Silver's major shareholders is Gran Colombia Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5hh1HKQP7Y. While more of a gold company, it is also into silver, Gran Colombia Gold is the main gold and silver producer in Colombia when it comes to underground mining. Notable project is the Segovia mine, which has been producing for about 150 years.
Current corporate information and press releases from Denarius Silver (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/denarius-silver-corp/) and Gran Colombia Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/gran-colombia-gold-corp/).
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