Oregon Mineral Technologies’ homogenous deposit of mineralized clay, known as OR-GRO contains over forty minerals. Our deposit is located in the Cascade Mountain Range, and contains 40 million tons of proven reserves with probable amounts into the hundreds of millions on tons. This unique silicone compound becomes extremely soluble when applied to soil, and its unique compound absorbs minerals and nutrients and turns them into plant available forms, making OR-GRO an excellent soil amendment.
Geologists have determined that our clay deposit was formed millions of years ago from volcanic activity, and what was previously rock, became our non-carcinogenic, bluish clay, known as K Rectorite. If you would like to learn more about our clay, or contact for research studies, please visit our research page for more information, and contact for extensive files on information. If you are a University, please visit the contact page for information with regards to performing a field research study.
Clay is a commodity, and each variation of it has a unique composition of elements. OR-GRO has identified over 40 minerals. Over 98% of the contents of OR-GRO are: silicon, aluminum, iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, manganese, sulfur, and phosphate. The remaining percent are minor trace elements. For more information on the clay with regards to research, please contact us via the research page, or email us.
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