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New round for the FiBL-Input list 2019

Trade products can now be registered for the "Input list for organic agriculture in Germany 2019".

(Frankfurt/Main, April 16th, 2018) The Input list assists organic farmers, consultants and control bodies in their work, for all listed trade products are verified by experts of the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) regarding their suitability for the use in organic farming. The list provides clarity, which input products may be used in organic farming in Germany.

The new application forms are online. Manufacturers and distributors of input products for organic agriculture can now submit applications directly for the new print version of the Input list for evaluation. The deadline for new applications for the print version of the list is July 31th, 2018.

The submitted applications will also be evaluated regarding their conformity to the regulations of organic associations, such as Demeter Germany, Demeter International, ECOVIN Germany, Gaea Germany and Naturland Germany – with no additional costs for the applicants. The basis for the evaluation are the EU-Eco-Regulation and further criteria by FiBL. The conformity to the different standards is displayed in the online product search.

You can also submit applications for the EU Input list or for the Input list of Demeter International. Applications can be submitted all year round.

You are welcome to visit the English version of our website at Here you can also find application forms in English and further information.

You can submit applications for the areas of fertilisation, soils, plant protection, animal feed, cleaning- and disinfection agents and products for udder care and hygiene, products for the control of stable flies and ectoparasites, products for apiculture and products for the manufacturing of organic wine.

Further information


Jochen Leopold

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