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A link to EcoCert 2011 Permitted Substance List is here :
You will see Neem Oil is still refered to as an Insect Repellant.
Today, when you buy a product that's certified organic by Ecocert Canada, we guaranteed that production and marketing rules for organic agricultural products have been respected throughout the entire manufacturing process. Ecocert Canada does on-site inspections in order to guarantee that these standards are respected.
Active since 1995, we are solidly established in Quebec and operate in all provinces in Canada. The competence and rigour of our certification process is recognized by our ISO Guide 65 accreditation, issued by the CARTV.
Our partnership with Ecocert SA, a control organization working in Europe and operating in over 90 countries can give your products access to all markets.
Ecocert Canada is accredited according to ISO GUIDE 65 by the Conseil des appellations réservées et des termes valorisants (CARTV). This edition was reviewed.
A1. 4 PEST CONTROL ( page7 )
The use of the following generic substances is permitted for pest control in accordance with their compliance, as to their source and their use according to section 5 of the standards. Pests include mollusks, arthropods and nematodes. This list may contain products before they are officially approved by the PMRA.
Neem Oil – Insect Repellant
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