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St. Gabriel Organics

By: Myles Henderson Email
By: Myles Henderson Email

July 7, 2009

The business of organic and natural products is a $1.5 billion industry and a local company is leading the way in the field of organic products for your lawn, garden, and home.

Since 1973 St. Gabriel Organics has had one goal, to make products that protect the environment, families, and pets. Their line of organic lawn and garden, pest control, and household products are truly green and used worldwide. Ted Reuter, Director of St. Gabriel Organics says, "We have devised products that are completely organic and they put nature back into balance, the way things used to be. They don't harm nature, they don't kill unwanted bugs, and they are good for the environment."

These organic products don't use the toxic petrol chemicals typically found in pest controls that can be very harmful, especially to pets and children. Reuter adds, "The petrol chemical pesticides and herbicides are now being blamed by every environmental group in the U.S. for everything from Parkinson disease to autistic children."

At St. Gabriel Organics in Orange County, they not only manufacture and ship out some of the greatest organic products for your home and yard, they also design it. There is a laboratory inside to really break down the science behind these products. In the lab scientist work to develop new products and study the effectiveness of products like the popular milky spore to get rid of grubs. "It has two great aspects, it's long lasting, 15 to 20 years, and it's absolutely safe. You could have it on your breakfast cereal and suffer no harmful effect from it.

"So for those of you who think organics may work a little slower or aren't quiet as good, I'm here to tell you that's wrong, they work." says Midge Dreelin, St. Gabriel Organics marketing department.

For more information about St. Gabriel Organics products visit http://www.stgl.us/


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