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GROW ORGANIC

Our industry leading portfolio of biopesticide solutions includes more than 30 OMRI Listed® and/or NOP Compliant products, offering growers the most comprehensive set of solutions to solve the varying challenges that may arise on your organic farm. Our products have proven to be reliable in controlling some of the toughest pests, diseases and weeds that threaten your crop yieldss but are sustainable enough to not be harmful to beneficial species, water, soil and air.

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OMRI Listed® and/or NOP Compliant products

Most of our products are residue-exempt, offering more broad marketing and export opportunities.

FLEXIBILITY
Short REI’s and minimum PHI’s allow flexibility growers need


  • With more than 30 products that are OMRI Listed® and/or NOP Compliant, Certis USA offers the broadest portfolio of solutions for organic producers in the industry.
  • Our portfolio provides comprehensive solutions, controlling a wide range of pests, diseases and weeds that threaten your crop yields.
  • We manufacture several of our products right here in the United States, giving us control of the quality of those products throughout the production process.
  • As the leading manufacturer of biopesticides, some of the most reliable crop input manufacturing companies entrust us to bring their products into the market, including Bayer CropScience, Neudorff, Kaken and OmniLytics)
  • Certis USA’s focus on sustainability is unmatched, including a portfolio featuring complex modes of action that reduces the threat of resistance while not harming non-target organisms.
  • With short REI’s, minimum PHI’s, and a portfolio that’s vastly residue exempt, our products offer the flexibility that growers need to manage and market their crops successfully in today’s dynamic agricultural environment.
  • Certis USA is a member of the Organic Trade Association, a leading advocate for organic production.
  • We employ more than 127 leaders in the industry throughout the United States and at our headquarters in Maryland, along with our manufacturing facilities. Our sales and marketing teams span the NAFTA region and have an average of 17 years of agriculture experience.
  • Our products are broadly integrated into IPM programs as a means to combat resistance.

 

SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST

The majority of our portfolio is OMRI Listed® and NOP Compliant. Click below to see all products that can fit into your rotation or IPM programs.

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RESOURCES

  • The Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA), USDA Definition and Regulations, plus additional information and links about the National Organic Program and organic production.
  • Organic Agriculture Information website, Developed by the Organic Agriculture Consortium (OAC)/Scientific Congress on Organic Agricultural Research (SCOAR).
  • The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Its mission is to provide professional, independent and transparent review of materials and compatible processes allowed to produce, process and handle organic food and fiber.
  • National Organic Program - Established by Congress in 2001, this federal regulatory program develops and enforces uniform national standards for organically-produced agricultural products sold in the United States.
  • USDA Agricultural Marketing Service- Organics – Growers can use the USDA AMS to check organic commodity price reports and utilize federal agricultural marketing data.
  • Organic Trade Association - As the membership-based business association for organic agriculture and products in North America, OTA is the leading voice for the organic trade in the United States, representing over 9,500 organic businesses across 50 states.
  • Biological Products Industry Alliance – BPIA promotes the responsible development of safe and effective biological products through education, outreach and advocacy activities at the state, federal, and international levels.
  • UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program – UC-IPM draws on expertise of University of California scientists to develop and distribute UC's best information on managing pests using safe and effective techniques and strategies that protect people and the environment.
  • Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education - The Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program is a decentralized competitive grants and education program operating in every state and island protectorate.