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Registration Services

Compliance across the United States, simplified

So your business is ready to start selling product in the United States (U.S.), but you're not sure how to make it happen. How is fertilizer regulated? How do you apply for a soil amendment license? What are the requirements for registration? Laws and regulations for fertilizer and soil amendment vary widely in each state making the registration process challenging and time-consuming to navigate. 

 

Verdant Regulatory can help. As a full-service registration agent with expert knowledge of each state's regulations, I work directly with state regulatory officials on your behalf to get the licenses and registrations your business needs to start selling fertilizer and soil amendment products. Trust Verdant Regulatory with the registration process from submission to approval and save your business valuable time and effort.

What's the total cost?

U.S. state registration fees vary per state and product type and are occasionally adjusted as new state regulatory laws are passed. Request a free estimate to find out the current total cost of consulting and registration fees to get your product registered.

FAQs

Which U.S. states regulate fertilizer?

All U.S. states, (except AK and HI), require a state-specific distributor license and/or product registration before allowing fertilizer sale and distribution. The type and cost of each state's registration requirements varies according to product specifications such as nutrient guarantees, labeled use (i.e. agriculture vs non-agriculture), or package size. 

Which U.S. states regulate soil amendment?

Soil amendment is exempt from registration in several U.S. states but the remaining states require a state-specific distributor license and/or product registration before allowing soil amendment sale and distribution. The type and cost of each state's registration requirements varies according to product specifications such as soil amending ingredient guarantees, labeled use (i.e. agriculture vs non-agriculture), or package size. 

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