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Resources

We’re often asked where to buy high-quality organic seeds, or how to find specific products we mention in a post. Therefore, we thought it would be helpful to put together a list of our most commonly recommended resources.

Please note, we only link to high-quality organic or OMRI-listed products and those approved by agencies that carryout similiar regulations.

However, many of these links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything through them, we here at Dre Campbell Farm make a small commission at no cost to you that helps us keep this site running.

You can read our full disclosure on affiliate links here.

Where to Buy?

Browse organic seeds, fungicides, pesticides, insecticides, and tools from our preferred suppliers.

SeedsNow.com

SeedsNow is a family-owned and operated company that sells organic and heirloom seeds and more.

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EarthEasy.com

A company that sells products in categories of organic gardening, energy-efficiency, composting, and other areas of sustainable living.

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Arbico-Organics.com

Also a family business, Arbico Organics sells organic heirloom vegetable seeds and related gardening supplies and products.

What’s more, the products that we recommended (disease control, pest control, weed control, and grow supplies) are either organic or recognized by the agencies above.

Categories also include live beneficial insects as well as fly eliminators.

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DoMyOwn.com

A do-it-yourself pest control online retailer that sells organic and OMRI-listed products, among other things. The company was started by two brothers in 2004.

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Bestoutdor.com

This is a company that sells garden and lawn care products.

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Keep checking this page as we continue to add more useful resources.

What is OMRI?

OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) is a nonprofit organization that evaluates products and materials based on their suitability for handling, producing, and processing organic fibers and food.

The organization evaluates the component items in things like insecticides, fertilizers, bactericides, fungicides, and other such growing and processing aids.

Products that comply with the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) regulations are listed in the OMRI products list. The products will also display the seal on the label and in any advertising.

Other agencies that carry out similar regulations include WSDA (Washington State Department of Agriculture), and CFDA (California Department of Food and Agriculture).

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