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ORGANIC INPUT MATERIAL PROGRAM
The Fertilizing Materials Inspection Program (FMIP) is an industry funded program that ensures consumers receive fertilizing materials that meet the quality and quantity guaranteed on the product label. Investigators located throughout the state conduct routine sampling and inspections, respond to consumer complaints, and enforce the laws and regulations that govern the manufacturing and distribution of fertilizing materials in California. Environmental scientists and Research Analysts review product labels for misleading claims and compliance with the California Fertilizing Materials Law and Regulations.
The Organic Input Material (OIM) Program registers fertilizing materials to be used in organic crop and food production. The program is mandated by the Legislature and supported by the industry. Products claiming to be appropriate for use in organic production are verified to comply with the California Fertilizing Materials Law and Regulations and USDA National Organic Program Standards. Effective January 2012, OIMs distributed in California shall be registered with the FMIP.
Links to Resources
- FFLDRS Database [Apply for a fertilizing materials license and register OIMs]
- Registered Organic Input Materials (Updated 2/8/2017) [View a printable list of registered OIMs]
- Fertilizer Product Database [View the status of a product and heavy metals analysis]
- Inspector Information [Contact an Inspector]
- Fertilizing Materials Law and Regulations
- ISO 17065 Accreditation Notice
OIM Registration Overview
- CLICK HERE for OIM Renewal Documents
- OIM-0001 Organic Input Material Registration Application
- OIM-0002 Agreement Form (fillable PDF)
- OIM-0010 Method and Ingredient Declaration (fillable PDF)
- OIM-0013 Formula Sheet (fillable PDF)
- OIM-0030 Fee Schedule
- OIM-0031 Registration Update Form (fillable PDF)
- OIM-0049 Fertilizing Materials License Application
Registered organic input materials may reflect or bear the following logos. The logo must replicate the form and design referenced in Section 2300 (g) (1) of the California Code of Regulations. If used, it must be printed legibly and conspicuously.
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