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Green Dragon Roach Kill Added to OMRI Product Listing

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Green Dragon Roach Kill has attained OMRI Listing, manufacturer Green Dragon Pest Solutions reports.

| June 3, 2010

MACON, Ga. – Green Dragon Roach Kill has attained OMRI Listing, manufacturer Green Dragon Pest Solutions reports. Green Dragon Roach Kill is insects’ natural enemy, controlling roaches, ants and silverfish and it also complies with USDA organic standards.

Founded over a decade ago, the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) provides organic certifiers, growers, manufacturers, and suppliers with an independent review of products to ensure quality in organic production, handling, and processing. 

“OMRI’s seal of approval will enable Green Dragon Roach Kill to become the gold standard for environmentally friendly insecticide products,” said Jay Mullis, president of Green Dragon Pest Solutions.

For more information visit www.gdpsinc.com.

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