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Please note that the following web site was produced by Organic Materials Research Institute that provides lists and sources of organic seed and products that are approved for use in organic systems. Even if your farm is not certified organic you may find this link useful to find sources of organic seed, confirm which products to reduce pests and enhance plant growth are approved and information on certification.

For those who are certified farmers,  ALWAYS check with your certification service BEFORE applying any new product to your crop or land or animals!!

None of these products are being endorsed or promoted. This is “FYI” as a source of information.

http://www.omri.org/index.html

 

Vicki Morrone

Organic Vegetable and Crop Specialist

C.S. Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems

CARRS Departent of Community, Agriclture, Recreation and Resource Studies

303 Natural Resources Bldg

Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI 48824-1222

Phone: 517-353-3542

Cell: 517-282-3557

FAX 517-353-3834

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Don’t forget! A carrot a day may keep the doctor away but an ORGANIC carrot a day, grown locally will taste good, support your farmer neighbor AND may keep the doctor away!!!

 

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