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What to Expect
To apply for OMRI listing of your product, please first purchase an Application Kit. The kit includes:
- Checklist and Instructions
- All forms
- OMRI Policy Manual©
- OMRI Generic Materials List© with the OMRI Standards Manual© for review to U.S. National Organic Program (NOP)standards
- OMRI Canada Standards Manual© including the OMRI Canada Permitted Substances Categories (electronic copy only), for review to Canada Organic Regime (COR) standards.
There are five Application Kits to choose from under each of the standards that OMRI uses (U.S. NOP and COR). For new applications, a product can be reviewed for uses under one or more of the following Use Classes: Crop Product, Livestock Product, Processing Product or Pesticide Product. Certain products could qualify as Repackaged Products*, which require a simpler application process. You will choose one of these when you download your application materials from the website, or when you request your paper Application Kit. Below is a list of information that will be required for each application.
New Product Application
Repackaged Product* Application
*A Repackaged Product is a current OMRI Listed® product that is repackaged and marketed under a different product or company name. In order for a product to qualify as a Repackaged Product, a supplier must not be adding ingredients or changing the product in any way, and must either hold the original OMRI listing, be a sub-registrant (pesticide products only), or must purchase the OMRI Listed product directly from the OMRI Listed supplier or authorized distributor.
‡Per National Organic Program (NOP) Guidance 5012, all liquid fertilizers with over 3% nitrogen must undergo an onsite inspection before listing. Once listed, these products must undergo two inspections per year to maintain their listing. Please see the Review Cost Page or contact OMRI for more details.