The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) is a private, nonprofit organization that determines whether or not products qualify as organic under the USDA's National Organic Program (NOP). Products that are found to comply are listed on the OMRI Brand Name Products List (BNPL). The list is used by certifiers, growers, manufacturers and suppliers to confirm that a product is organic according to USDA rules.
Remember: Products not assessed or listed by OMRI may still meet USDA organic rules. OMRI charges application, review and annual listing fees; it may be that the producer has decided against the expense of being reviewed or listed by OMRI.
Fertilizer & Soil
Organic is better! All of the soils and fertilizers found here are OMRI listed for use ...
Pest, Weed & Disease
The pesticides in this section all carry the OMRI seal, so you know they're made with ...
How to Grow Organic
Pest Problem Solver
Organic Fish & Seaweed (2-3-1)
One of our all-time favorites! Use on a regular basis for increased yields …
Sluggo Slug & Snail Bait
Kills slugs and snails... naturally! Sluggo Bait contains a unique blend of iron phosphate, an organic compound that breaks down into ...
Semaspore Bait contains Nosema locustae, a naturally occurring grasshopper control. After eating Semaspore, grasshoppers become sick, eat less and begin ...
A natural source of minerals and trace elements! Azomite grows stronger plants …