ASAP Products LLC Receives Coveted OMRI Listing for ASAP Plant Minerals™

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ASAP Products LLC, the manufacturer of ASAP Plant Minerals™ a macro and micro mineral organic soil amendment, announced today that the company has received official listing by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI).

ASAP Products LLC, the manufacturer of ASAP Plant Minerals™ a macro and micro mineral organic soil amendment, announced today that the company has received official notification that ASAP Plant Minerals™ is now listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), according to Ms. Pamela McKenzie, CEO.

"This is excellent news and an important validation that our newly developed product safely delivers our mineral soil re-builder to the global organic farming industry. Because the organic gardening and growing communities will only use products that have passed the extensive review of OMRI, and are shown to be OMRI Listed®, we can now help to advance the green revolution with ASAP Plant Minerals™", McKenzie added.

For those not familiar with OMRI, the organic community recognizes OMRI clearance of products for use in all organic agricultural applications for all crop types. OMRI is a national nonprofit organization that determines which products are allowed for use in organic production and processing. OMRI Listed® products are used on certified organic farms.

From its Austin, Texas headquarters, ASAP researchers formulate and produce ASAP Plant Minerals™ to create rich bio-diverse soils that increase the mineral and vitamin content of organic food. The company aims to promote global, sustainable agriculture and to help end the cycle of destructive agriculture from toxic chemical and factory farming.

ASAP Plant Minerals™ provides these mineral nutrients in a unique way by providing them to the plants and micro organisms at the ionic size, saving plant energy and encouraging root growth to gather more nutrients. Bigger roots means bigger shoots.

In the words of one of our satisfied customers in Austin, "I can't believe it! My pecan tree hadn't produced any pecans in 26 years and now the tree is so loaded nut clusters and some of the nuts are 3 inches long."

"We are so excited to bring this product to the organic farming movement."

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