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The trend towards organic agriculture continues to be important as individuals strive to create a sustainable future.
For many years people have used diatomaceous earth for various purposes including external pest control and as a food filtering aid. However, is this substance a permitted substance for use in organic production?
The answer is “YES”. According to Canadian Organic Growers, Food Grade diatomaceous earth is considered a natural product and is contained on the Permitted Substances List for organic production.
Diatomaceous Earth is contained on the permitted substances lists for livestock production, crop production and processing. Permitted uses include
Natural plant protectant (natural insecticide)
Anti-caking agent in feed to a maximum of 2% if the total diet
External parasite control for livestock (achieved by dusting the animals and the litter or bedding area)
Food filtering aid or clarifying agent
Red Lake Diatomaceous Earth falls into the organic production category.
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We advise that you do your own research on the benefits of Diatomaceous Earth and make your own decisions. Choosing to use the product for uses other than what it is registered for is done solely at the risk of the end-user. We are not in the position to advise the use of our RLE products for any purpose other than what the product is registered for and what is indicated on the packaging.
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