To certify a product as suitable for its use in organic farming is not easy nor is it limited to a declaration of intent on the natural, organic or sustainable matter and fact, it requires verification by accreditation organizations, which the country can stand alone or be managed by the government.
These accreditations require a number of conditions on the production, storage, manufacturing, packaging and distribution of products to be certified as Bio, organic or green. Although they vary from one country to another, they generally coincide in that they cannot incorporate genetically modified organisms nor chemically synthesized elements either, and they must fulfil a series of periodic inspections and maintain a quality control of their production process.
In the case of the products that Futureco Bioscience provides, recently, five of its products have been certified as suitable for use in organic farming: Th deficiency correctors Defender Cu and Defender Algae; the bioestimulant Algaliv; the soil conditioner Vigoral Mol, and the botanical extract Bestcure.
These products have been authorized as inputs suitable for organic farming by the German accreditation administration BCS Öko-Garantie, after a rigorous verification process to set the international standards in the USA, Europe and Japan NOP 7 CFR Part. 205, EC 889/2008 and JAS/MAFF, a qualitative step forward of the company in promoting the advancement of green agriculture.