About us

Our history and mission

"Nord Organics” – high quality organic fertilizers with “Plant Probiotic”; “Agro Probiotic” and “Soil Probiotic” trademarks’, producer working in the field since 2007. Products are produced from Lithuanian sapropel and peat and are fully suitable for home users and agriculture professionals.

The main “Nord Organics” MISSION – to provide production to the market, which will help to create long term agriculture foundation and IMPROVE SOIL QUALITY. Also, by reducing production costs increase soil productivity, INCREASE HARVEST QUALITY and QUANTITY.

“Nord Organics” is aiming to spread the awareness of increasing agricultural problems, change attitude to workable soil and farm responsibly.

By understanding present problems and threats to agricultural, gardening, horticulture sectors we CLOSELY COOPERATE with SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRES, that directly participate in our product development and testing processes.

“Nord Organics” is a part of “Organikos Projektai” holding group. Groups main activity involves probiotic supply chain from the raw material extraction to the delivery for the Clients:

  • UAB “Organikos Gavyba” – resource extraction company, supplying production with natural raw materials.
  • UAB “Sensatis” – manufacturing company ensuring probiotic substances “Plant Probiotic”; “Agro Probiotic” and “Soil Probiotic” production and its logistics.
  • UAB “Nord Organics” – trade company with exclusive rights to sell “Plant Probiotic”; “Agro Probiotic” and “Soil Probiotic” trademark products.

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Cultivated fields are unsuitable for use because of erosion

~1000

Takes years to form 1 cm of cultivated soil

30

Every minute we lose football stadiums size of cultivated fields

We distribute our products

West Europe

Asia

Africa

We protect and respect nature

Soil conservation – a very important goal in today‘s society. It is estimated that 95% of the planet‘s food is produced in only 40% of fertile soil. For the record, this problem does not receive much attention. Due to the rapid growth of world population, it is unlikely that the amount of needed food will decrease. It may become very difficult to provide humankind with natural food production during the process of decreasing fertile areas.

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