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Organic Farming

Our Organic Series & soil amendment products meets all USDA organic standards – 100% environmentally friendly.

Fertilizers USA LLC provides a premium blend of high quality ingredients that help build and stimulate the biological activity of your soil. FUSA nutrients aid in the natural conditioning of soil by fostering microbial activity. The presence of certain bacteria is a requirement of vigorous soil. These microbes operate on the organic matter in the soil and produce a release of plant nutrients.

Organic Farming – It Starts with the Soil: organic agricultural practices maintain, replenish and balance soil fertility to produce healthy and better tasting crops. Organic farmers use an array of cultural and biological practices to build soil health, manage weeds and pests, and increase biodiversity. Some examples of organic farming practices include:

  • Crop rotations to suppress disease and support beneficial insect communities
  • Cover cropping to fix nitrogen
  • FUSA Organic Series and VermiCompost to enhance soil microbiology
  • FUSA Organic Series and VermiCompost to build organic matter
  • Bio-pesticides and mechanical controls to manage pests and disease

Organic is defined and regulated by the USDA National Organic Program (NOP). To earn certification, an organic grower must maintain an Organic System Plan and be certified by an Accredited Certifying Agent that has been approved and audited by the USDA.

Organic explicitly prohibits the use of synthetic or chemical fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides, genetically-modified organisms, sewage sludge, and irradiation.

The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), reviews specific products and materials for compliance to the National Organic Program Standards. OMRI Listed®—or approved—products may be used in operations that are certified organic under the USDA NOP. Our VermiCompost is OMRI Listed® and allowed for use in organic production.

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