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Old 02-05-2013, 11:04 PM
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organic fertilizer

I want to start doing organic fertilizer. Anyone know of and certificate programs in NH or online. Also any wholesale distributors in Nh or surrounding states.
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:28 PM
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Hi Dub's,
Your best bet is to "Google" it. Then you will get a good starting point on your requirements for your certificate and dealers in your area.

Or ask in the "local region" (I'm sure it's called something like that) here on Lawnsite. That way you might find a few people who had to go through what you're wanting to do. And if they know you're not in their city, they might help you.
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OMRI is the term to search. Keep in mind the life cycle of the plant in question matters.
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I want to start doing organic fertilizer. Anyone know of and certificate programs in NH or online. Also any wholesale distributors in Nh or surrounding states.
I'm happy to help you (I also live in Dublin NH!).

We're a distributor of North Country Organics. Our offerings can be found here; http://www.compostwerks.com/ammendme...rtilizers.html
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Natural Technologies Inc. is a supplier in your state. Beesafelawns.com
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