- An unprecedented wealth of industry knowledge
- Innovative processes and technological solutions
- Customized products and services
Global Organics® is the leading provider of biological nutrients for sustainable and healthy soil, plant, animal and human bioactivity and development. We are differentiated by a commitment to creating sustainable solutions, with ionic minerals as our signature ingredient, for all facets of our company. Each individual involved with Global Organics® shares the same passion and determination to enhance our environment, by eliminating the dependence on chemical, synthetic and artificial products that affects the entire sustainability chain of our planet. In this effort, we strive to be an evolving life sciences company, in a constant process of innovation and discovery, finding solutions for every industry we provide for, we will not settle for short-term solutions like so many others in our industry. Combining over 40 years of expertise, proprietary and patented technologies, our in-house Integrated Life Science Research Center™, Global Organics™ offers:
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BioFlora® nurtures the partnership between crops and soil through biological solutions, which have been empirically proven to drive crop yield and quality in a sustainable and cost-efficient manner.
The Integrated Life Science Research Center’s vision is to become the first research team in the country dedicated to promoting the development of safe, sustainable practices, products, services and protocols through life sciences and engineering.
Mineral BioSciences® (MBS) provides brand-enriching solutions, by means of innovative methods and ionic minerals, containing nutritional attributes and biological health benefits.
Launch of the Phoenix Metropolitan Export Plan Global Organics® (GO) is honored that Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey Hoelzel has been invited to join a panel for the official launch...
Launch of “Year of Healthy Soil and Water” Initiative Global Organics® (GO) is honored to sponsor and attend the first Remediation Forum at Arizona State University’s (ASU) Biodesign Institute...