Step-by-step Process of Organic Certification.

Familiarize Yourself with Organic Farming Practices

Step 1

Should not use synthetic pesticides, use only organic inputs, crop rotation, composting, and sustainable soil.

Prepare your Farm for Organic Certification

Step 2

 Implement organic farming, record practices, inputs, seeds, pests, disease management for minimum 5 years.  

Choose a Certification Body

Step 3

 Research and choose "NPOP"-accredited organic certification body based on credibility, cost, and expertise in your agricultural sector.   

Application Submission

Step 4

 Contact chosen certification body, submit application with farm details, crops/products for certification, and documentation of organic farming practices.     

Inspection and Documentation Review

Step 5

 After receiving your application, the certification body will schedule an on-site farm inspection to assess compliance with organic standards.  

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Compliance Assessment

Step 6

 The certification body will assess inspection findings and documentation to determine if your farm meets organic certification requirements.  

Certification Decision

Step 7

 Upon completion of the evaluation, the certification body will communicate their decision. If approved, you'll receive an organic certification certificate.  

Compliance and Renewal

Step 8

Maintain organic farming with accurate records. Undergo regular inspections and apply for recertification before expiration.  

Labeling and Marketing

Step 9

 After organic certification, use the logo on products. Market them by emphasizing certification, health, and environmental benefits.  

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