Ohio Approves Use of EcoMIGHT Weed and Grass Killer

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MIAMI: EcoMIGHT, a leading provider of naturally organic weed and pest control products, is now approved in Ohio.

Its flagship product, W.O.W., is a systemic weedkiller that has already been embraced by municipalities, schools, parks, golf courses and landscaping professionals around the country.

Cities and businesses in Ohio dedicated to the environment now have a non-toxic, effective alternative to conventional herbicides.

As a naturally organic weedkiller, EcoMIGHT's W.O.W. has been tested by many private and public organizations around the country. The Florida School Plant Management Association has certified EcoMIGHT, and many organizations, cities and businesses have already made the switch. Now, Ohio cities and businesses will be able to experience the effective and non-toxic benefits of EcoMIGHT themselves.

Skeptical Customers Surprised By Effectiveness
Although many environmentally conscious entities strive to do the right thing, they have been disappointed by the performance of many natural or organic alternatives to weed control.

DeSantis Landscapes, a leader in sustainable landscaping practices in Oregon, had some doubting employees when they began using EcoMIGHT.

Many of our old-school applicators were skeptical, said Joey Harrison, director of business development and marketing at DeSantis Landscapes. They just didn't think it would work. However, we were all blown away with how well EcoMIGHT performed.

Owner Dean DeSantis agreed, We've never seen this level of efficacy in an organic product.

Anthony Arriola, associate manager of facilities and grounds at Florida International University in Miami, had a similar experience. I can't stress enough how surprised I am at how well EcoMIGHT works, he said.

Buckeyes Now Have New Tool to Help Meet Sustainability Goals
Multiple cities, companies, and organizations in Ohio have set local and community sustainability goals. Sustainable Columbus is an initiative in the capital city while the city of Cleveland has an Office of Sustainability. Ohio State has established a Sustainability Institute. Thriving sustainability businesses such as The Chef's Garden, Naturepedic, and Design Energy illustrate the dedication Ohioans have toward a sustainable future.

With the approval of EcoMIGHT in Ohio, local Buckeyes will have a non-toxic, effective herbicide that's safe for people, animals and the environment to add to their toolbox. According to the U.S. EPA, EcoMIGHT is designated as minimum risk exempt, which means when used as directed, it poses little to no risk to human health or the environment.

Ohio businesses and municipalities striving for a sustainable future are invited to experience for themselves what other cities and companies around the country have already discovered it is possible to maintain beautiful landscapes safely, effectively and affordably with EcoMIGHT.
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