May. 23, 2016
Agrinos, a leading biological crop input provider committed to improving the productivity and sustainability of agriculture, is pleased to announce iNvigorate®, B Sure®and Agrinos 5-0-0 have received Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) certification. OMRI is widely recognized as the leading independent source of verification that products meet U.S. National Organic Standards requirements.
“The OMRI certifications are very important for Agrinos customers who are growing to meet organic standards in response to increasing consumer demand for organic products in the U.S.,” said Bruce Odens, Vice President, North American Business, Agrinos. “We are very excited to bring the benefits of iNvigorate, B Sure and Agrinos 5-0-0 to organic growers seeking to enhance the health, productivity and value of their crops.”
Odens added that iNvigorate, B Sure and Agrinos 5-0-0 were all developed under Agrinos’ patented High Yield Technology (HYT) platform, and are also sold under the brand names HYT® A, HYT® B and HYT® C in some U.S. states.
Agrinos Biological Crop Inputs
iNvigorate is a liquid microbial product produced by a unique fermentation process of naturally occurring soil microbes. Its proprietary microbial blend contains a diverse array of microbial families that together serve to rejuvenate the soil, improve nutrient availability and increase crop productivity.
B Sure is a unique nutrient blend of carbon, true protein, free amino acids and essential metabolic micro-nutrients, which combine to naturally stimulate critical plant metabolic functions. In addition it offers a nutritional boost to protect and support plant health and vigor during critical stages of crop development or periods of environmental stress. B Sure is compatible with and fits very well within standard foliar spray programs.
Agrinos 5-0-0 is a nutrient-rich powder derived from organic, biologically extracted chitin and other crucial plant nutrients. When applied to the soil, Agrinos 5-0-0 creates a more robust soil microbial environment and interacts with the crop to increase productivity through faster establishment and higher nutrient uptake.