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Hydrated Lime
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
As a plant disease control only if the requirements of 205.206(e) are met.
205.601(i)(4) As plant disease control… Hydrated lime.
Hydrated Lime (Calcium Hydroxide)
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care, Livestock Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
For topical disinfectant and external pest control. Not permitted to cauterize mutilations. Not permitted for soil application or for deodorizing animal wastes. May only be used in organic livestock production if the requirements of 205.238 are met.
205.603(b)(5) Lime, hydrated—as external pest control, not permitted to cauterize physical alterations or deodorize animal wastes.
Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate
Prohibited
Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care
Synthetic
A common anticaking agent.
205.105(a)
Hydrochloric Acid
Prohibited
Processing Non-agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Nonsynthetic Nonagricultural
Prohibited for direct food contact.
205.105(c)
Hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic)
Prohibited
Crop Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
205.105(a)
Hydrogen Chloride
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
May only be used for delinting cotton seed for planting.
205.601(n)
Hydrogen Peroxide
Allowed
Livestock Health Care
Synthetic
Also known as "hydrogen dioxide."
205.603(a)(9) As disinfectants, sanitizers, and medical treatments as applicable.
Hydrogen Peroxide
Prohibited
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Synthetic
Also known as "hydrogen dioxide." May not be used for crop fertility.
205.105(a)
Hydrogen Peroxide
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
Also known as "hydrogen dioxide." May be used for plant disease control or as an algicide, disinfectant, or sanitizer if the requirements of 205.206(e) are met. Hydrogen peroxide pesticide products may contain a concentration of no more than 6% peracetic acid as indicated on the pesticide product label without applying the peracetic acid restriction(s). May be used as both an adjuvant or inert ingredient in passive pheromone dispensers. See also INERTS – LIST 3.
205.206(e), 205.601(a)(4), 205.601(a)(6), 205.601(i)(5) & 205.601(i)(8)
Hydrogen peroxide
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
Also known as "hydrogen dioxide." May only be used as a sanitizer or disinfectant
As disinfectants, sanitizers, and medical treatments as applicable.
Hydrogen Peroxide
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
May only be used as an irrigation system cleaner.
205.601(a)(4)
Hydrogen Peroxide
Allowed
Processing Sanitizers and Cleaners
Synthetic Nonagricultural
205.605(b)
Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose
Prohibited
Processing Non-agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Synthetic Nonagricultural
205.105(c) [General prohibition]
Hydroxyquinoline Sulfate
Prohibited
Livestock Health Care
Synthetic
Synthetic prohibited since not explicitly allowed in 205.603.
205.105(a)
Ichthammol
Prohibited
Livestock Health Care
Synthetic
205.105(a)
Inerts – List 3
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
Inerts that are classified by the EPA as inerts of unknown toxicity (List 3) may only be used in passive pheromone dispensers except when noted otherwise. See also INERTS – LIST 1, 2 & 3. See Glossary for definition of "inert ingredient."
205.601(m)(2) [F]or use with nonsynthetic substances and synthetic substances listed in this section and used as an active pesticide ingredient in accordance with any limitations on the use of such substances. (2) EPA List 3—Inerts of unknown toxicity—for use only in passive pheromone dispensers.
Inerts – List 4
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
Inerts that are classified by the EPA as List 4A or List 4B (also known as inerts of minimal concern) may be used with active pesticidal substances that are either nonsynthetic or substances that are synthetic and expressly permitted as active pesticides in organic production. List 4A and List 4B inerts may be used in pesticides that require EPA registration. Only List 4A inerts may be used in pesticides that are exempt from EPA registration [“25(b) exempt”] as per 40 CFR part 152 § 25(f)(2). See Glossary for definition of "inert ingredient."
205.601(m) [F]or use with nonsynthetic substances and synthetic substances listed in this section and used as an active pesticide ingredient in accordance with any limitations on the use of such substances. (1) EPA List 4—Inerts of Minimal Concern.
Inerts – List 4
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Synthetic
Inerts that are classified by the EPA as List 4A or List 4B (also known as inerts of minimal concern) may be used with active pesticidal substances that are either nonsynthetic or substances that are synthetic and expressly permitted as active pesticides in organic production. Both List 4A and List 4B inerts may be used in pesticides that require EPA registration. Only List 4A inerts may be used in pesticides that are exempt from EPA registration [“25(b) exempt”].
205.603(e–1) EPA List 4—Inerts of Minimal Concern.
Inerts – Lists 1, 2 & 3
Prohibited
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
Inerts that are classified by the EPA as inerts of toxicological concern (List 1), inerts of probable toxicological concern (List 2), and inerts of unknown toxicity (List 3) are prohibited for use in organic production, unless expressly allowed for a purpose such as EPA List 3 inerts used in passive pheromone dispensers. See also INERTS – LIST 3. See Glossary for definition of "inert ingredient."
205.105(a) & 205.601(m)
Inerts – Lists 1, 2 & 3
Prohibited
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Synthetic
Inerts that are classified by the EPA as inerts of toxicological concern (List 1), inerts of probable toxicological concern (List 2), and inerts of unknown toxicity (List 3).
205.105(a)
Inerts – nonsynthetic
Allowed
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Nonsynthetic
Nonsynthetic substances that do not appear on 205.602 can be used as inerts in pesticides. See Glossary for definition of "inert ingredient."
205.105(a)
Inoculants
Allowed
Crop Management Tools and Production Aids
Nonsynthetic
May not be derived from genetically modified organisms. See also MICROBIAL PRODUCTS and individual species.
205.105
Inoculants
Allowed
Livestock Management Tools and Production Aids
Nonsynthetic
For inoculation of silage; not to be directly fed to animals. May not be derived from genetically modified organisms. May contain nonorganic agricultural ingredients. See also MICROBIAL PRODUCTS listings.
205.105
Inositol
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care
Synthetic/Nonsynthetic
A vitamin B complex vitamin. Also known as i-inositol or meso-inositol. See also VITAMINS.
205.237(a), 205.237(b)(2) & 205.603(d)(3)
Insect Extracts
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Nonsynthetic
Ground insects diluted with water (bug juice). For use as a pest lure, repellent, or as part of a trap, or as a disease control. May be used for other pesticidal purposes only if the requirements of 205.206(e) are met.
205.206(b)(3) & 205.206(e) Nonsynthetic controls such as lures, traps, and repellents.
Insect Meal
Allowed
Livestock Feed Ingredients
Nonsynthetic
Inulin, Oligofructose Enriched
Allowed with Restrictions
Processing Agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Nonsynthetic Agricultural
Nonorganic sources may be used in or on processed products labeled as “organic” only when not commercially available in organic form. See AGRICULTURAL INGREDIENTS – NONORGANIC for more information on the use of nonorganic agricultural ingredients.
205.301(b),(c),(f) & 205.606(l)
Iodine
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care, Livestock Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
Restricted as a feed supplement and for use as a sanitizer and topical disinfectant. Nutrient sources include calcium iodate, calcium idobehenate, cuprous iodide, 3,5-diiodosalicylic acid, potassium iodate, potassium iodide, sodium iodate, sodium iodide, thymol iodide. May not be fed in amounts above those needed for adequate nutrition and health maintenance for the species at its specific stage in life. See MINERALS listings. Sanitizers and topical disinfectant sources include potassium iodide and elemental iodine in phosphoric acid solution.
205.237(b)(2), 205.603(b)(3) As disinfectants, sanitizers, and medical treatments as applicable. 205.603(a)(14) As topical treatment, external parasiticide, or local anesthetic as applicable. 205.603(d)(2) As feed additives… Trace minerals, used for enrichment or fortification when FDA approved.
Ion Exchange Media
Allowed with Restrictions
Processing Non-agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Nonsynthetic Nonagricultural
Ion exchange resins, membranes, and other media must be on the National List and are subject to further clarification of NOP policy.
205.105(c)
Ionizing Radiation
Prohibited
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments, Crop Management Tools and Production Aids, Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
Also called irradiation, pico-waved, or cold pasteurization.
205.105(f)
Ionizing Radiation
Prohibited
Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care, Livestock Management Tools and Production Aids
Synthetic
205.105(f) [A]s described in Food and Drug Administration regulation, 21 CFR 179.26.
Ionizing Radiation
Prohibited
Processing Pest Controls, Processing Sanitizers and Cleaners
Nonsynthetic Nonagricultural
Does not include microwaves or X-rays. Microwaves are outside of the ionizing spectrum. As a processing aid, the use of X-rays for the inspection of organic food is allowed under 21 CFR 179.21.
205.105(f)
Iron
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care
Synthetic/Nonsynthetic
May be supplied by ferric phosphate, ferric pyrophosphate, ferrous lactate, ferrous sulfate, iron carbonate, iron chloride, iron gluconate, iron oxide, iron phosphate, iron pyrophosphate, iron sulfate, or reduced iron. May not be fed in amounts above those needed for adequate nutrition and health maintenance for the species at its specific stage in life. See also MINERALS listings.
205.237(a), 205.237(b)(2) & 205.603(d)(2)
Iron Products
Prohibited
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments, Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Synthetic
Includes ferrous ammonium sulfate, ferric chloride, and iron nitrate. See MICRONUTRIENTS – SYNTHETIC listings.
205.105(a) & 205.601(j)(6)(ii) Iron products that contain chloride or nitrate are prohibited.
Iron Products
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Synthetic
Ferric oxide, ferric sulfate, ferrous sulfate, iron citrate, iron sulfate, or iron tartrate may be used to correct documented deficiencies of iron. See MICRONUTRIENTS – SYNTHETIC listings.
205.601(j)(6)(ii) Micronutrients—not to be used as a defoliant, herbicide, or desiccant. Those made from nitrates or chlorides are not allowed. Soil deficiency must be documented by testing. (ii) sulfates, carbonates, oxides, or silicates of zinc, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and cobalt.
Iron Sulfate
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care
Synthetic/Nonsynthetic
Source of iron and sulfur. May not be fed in amounts above those needed for adequate nutrition and health maintenance for the species at its specific stage in life. See also MINERALS listings.
205.237(a), 205.237(b)(2) & 205.603(d)(2)
Iron Sulfates
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Synthetic
See IRON PRODUCTS.
205.601(j)(6)(ii)
Isinglass
Prohibited
Processing Agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Nonsynthetic Nonagricultural
205.105(c)
Ivermectin
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock Health Care
Synthetic
CAS #70288–86–7. Prohibited in slaughter stock. May only be used in emergency treatment for dairy and breeder stock when organic system plan-approved preventive management does not prevent infestation. Milk or milk products from a treated animal cannot be represented as organic, either as "100% organic" or as contributing organic ingredients in a "95% organic" or "made with organic" product for 90 days following treatment. In breeder stock, treatment cannot occur during the last third of gestation if the progeny will be sold as organic and must not be used during the lactation period of breeding stock. Synthetic parasiticides must not be administered on a routine basis.
As… medical treatments… Parasiticides
Kainit
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
A mined mineral of high solubility. Also spelled kainite. Must be applied in a manner that minimizes chloride accumulation in the soil. See also POTASSIUM CHLORIDE (KCL).
205.203(d)(3) & 205.602(e)
Kaolin
Allowed
Processing Non-agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Nonsynthetic Nonagricultural
205.605(a)
Kaolin Clay
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock Feed Ingredients, Livestock Health Care
Nonsynthetic
May not be used to stimulate growth or production. May not be fed in amounts above those needed for adequate nutrition and health maintenance for the species at its specific stage in life. See also MINERALS listings.
205.237(a) & 205.238(a)(2)
Kaolin Pectin
Prohibited
Livestock Health Care
Synthetic
See also KAOLIN CLAY, PECTIN listings.
205.105(a) & 205.238(c)(1)
Kelp
Allowed
Livestock Feed Ingredients
Nonsynthetic
Must be organic. See also AQUATIC PLANT PRODUCTS. See Glossary for definition of "kelp."
205.237(a)
Kelp
Allowed with Restrictions
Processing Non-agricultural Ingredients and Processing Aids
Agricultural
May be used only as a thickener and dietary supplement as defined at 21 CFR Section 172.365. Kelp usage level is restricted to a maximum iodine intake as indicated (see FDA regulation at (http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/cfr_2008/aprqtr/pdf/21cfr172.365.pdf). Nonorganic kelp may be used in processed products labeled as ‘Made with Organic [specified ingredients]’ provided that the kelp is not produced or handled with the use of sewage sludge, genetic engineering, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or ionizing radiation. Nonorganic kelp may also be used in or on processed products labeled as ‘organic’ only when the certifier determines that the ingredient is not commercially available in an organic form and that it meets the requirements of 205.301(b) and 205.301(f). Includes algae, kombu, nori, seaweed, and other types of kelp. See also ALGAE, ALGAL EXTRACTS, and NORI. See Glossary for definition of "kelp."
Kelp Meal
Allowed
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments, Crop Management Tools and Production Aids
Nonsynthetic
205.203(c)(3) Uncomposted plant materials.
Kelp – unprocessed
Allowed
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
See Glossary for definition of "kelp."
205.203(c)(3) Uncomposted plant materials.
Kieserite
Allowed
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
A mineral, common in marine evaporites, MgSO4H2O. Monoclinic. See also MINED MINERALS – UNPROCESSED.
205.203(d)(2) A mined substance of low solubility.
Killed Microbial Pesticides
Prohibited
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Nonsynthetic
Genetically modified organisms, and therefore prohibited.
205.105(e)
Kiln Dust
Prohibited
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments, Livestock Feed Ingredients
Synthetic
205.105(a)