Feb 28, 2019
Bio Huma Netics gets OMRI listing for new line of organic fertilizers

Fertilgold Organics, a brand of organic fertilizer products from Bio Huma Netics Inc. (BHN) headquartered in Gilbert, Arizona, has achieved Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) listing for 21 initial products. Of these, 13 OMRI-listed liquid crop nutrition products are based on the company’s proprietary nutrient carrier, Micro Carbon Technology, which carries nutrients to plants more effectively than traditional organic nutrition products.

OMRI-Listed Fertilgold Organics products currently include:

  • N-5.5 (liquid: nitrogen)
  • NK (liquid: nitrogen, potassium)
  • K-6 (liquid: potassium)
  • B (liquid: boron)
  • Ca (liquid: calcium)
  • Co (liquid: cobalt)
  • Cu (liquid: copper)
  • Fe (liquid: iron)
  • Mg (liquid: magnesium)
  • Mn (liquid: manganese)
  • Mo (liquid: molybdenum)
  • Zn (liquid: zinc)
  • Micros I (liquid: a balanced mix of S, B, Cu, Fe, Mn, Mo and Zn)
  • MicroHumi (dry: humic/fulvic acid)
  • Powder (dry: humic/fulvic acid)
  • Greens (dry: humic/fulvic acid)
  • 1-3 mm (dry: humic/fulvic acid)
  • K Hume (dry: humic/fulvic acid)
  • 6 mm(-) (dry: fulvic/acid)
  • Double Play (liquid: soil-applied fungicide and nematicide)

These products are currently available for sale to commercial organic growers in select states; check availability at FertilGold.com. They will soon be registered and available throughout the U.S. and in several other countries. Additional products that are currently undergoing review for OMRI listing are in the categories of soil fertility, macronutrients, liquid humic and fulvic acids, biopesticides and surfactants.

“For years, customers of our bestselling Huma Gro crop nutrition and protection product line for conventional farming have been asking us to develop a fully organic product line that is also powered by our Micro Carbon Technology,” said Lyndon Smith, BHN President and CEO. “We are offering a full line of effective products that have been designed to deliver true organic nutrition exactly when, where and how crops need it.”

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