Organic, Minimum Risk And Least Toxic Products For Managing Landscapes and Pests
Use these links - Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), EPA’s 25(b) minimum risk pesticides, Beyond Pesticides Products Compatible with Organic Landscape Management, and more - to identify and source appropriate fertilizers and amendments, including least toxic control products to be used if needed in an organic land management program after cultural, mechanical, and biological methods have been prioritized.
Active Ingredients Eligible for Minimum Risk Pesticide Products
Inert Ingredients Eligible for FIFRA 25(b) Pesticide Products
Beyond Pesticides Products Compatible With Organic Landscape Management
Products compatible with Montgomery County, Maryland's Pesticide Law
Organic products that comply with Portland, Maine's pesticide ordinance
NOFA Standards for Organic Land Care, 6th Edition - The Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) Standards are the foundation of the NOFA Accreditation course in Organic Land Care. Preferred, allowed and prohibited substances are listed. Spanish
Organic Land Care Best Management Practices Manual - A guide to recommended practices and practices to avoid when conducting effective organic land care. Includes product recommendations.
Weed Control Alternatives
Use this list to suggest alternatives to herbicides like glyphosate, glufosinate, or diquat.
Organic & Minimum Risk Chemical Controls
Examples of non-selective products allowed in an organic program
AXXE organic herbicide
Finalsan BioSafe Weed Control
Weed Zap Natures Avenger
Phydura BurnOut Nature Thrive
Suppress EC H Hunter
Mirimichi Green Pro Weed Control
Least Toxic Alternatives To Glyphosate
Alternatives to Aquatic Herbicides
Fertilizer products can be found in the lists above.
Pest management products are sometimes needed in addition to exclusion, sanitation, trapping and other non-chemical measures.
Lists are for educational purposes and suggestions only, not an endorsement of a specific product or brand.