SOURCE: Organa Gardens

November 10, 2009 08:00 ET

Organa's OGS-E Gets Ready for Patent-Pending Application

QUEBEC--(Marketwire - November 10, 2009) - Organa Gardens International Inc. (OTCBB: OGNG) reports that the Company is in the process of applying for a world-wide patent for its vertical hydroponic farming system, Organa Gardens System - Enterprise (OGS-E).

The Management of Organa Gardens is in the final steps of determining the types of materials that will be used to mass produce the OGS-E units economically so that the units can be sold and used affordably by the general population who would like to grow their own food organically and efficiently.

In the November edition of Scientific American, Dickson Despommier, Columbia University professor of public health and microbiology, suggests that it will be less risky and more efficient to move farming indoors, as close as possible to population centers. In a tightly controlled environment, crops would not be subject to the pest, disease, moisture or temperature stresses that occur in the field. Because the "farms" would be in the heart of the population that consumes the produce, transport and fossil fuel used to deliver produce would be minimized. In the US, there is an estimated 30 per cent wastage during transport of certain foods that would also be eliminated. "The acknowledgement of Mr. Despommier regarding the merits of indoor farming is indeed encouraging for Organa," states Christopher Scheive, President of the Company.

The Company is also in discussions with businesses that will enhance the Organa Gardens Lifestyle. Details of these meetings will be disclosed when they are finalized.

About Organa Gardens International Inc.

Organa Gardens International Inc. has a vertical hydroponics farming system built to make the most efficient use of light, energy, water, land, temperature and production cycle while growing the highest quality and healthiest plants in an optimum, consistent environment unaffected by weather. The Organa Garden Systems-Enterprise (OGS-E) provides a means for food production and consumption change to global environmental and ecological sustainability through vertical hydroponics rotary farming.

/s/ Christopher Scheive
Christopher Scheive, President

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