US-Dadi Announces Signs Contract with China Academy of Science, Institute of Ecology

Daly City, CA, Oct. 23, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- US-Dadi Fertilizer Industry International, Inc. (OTCQB: USDF) has signed a contract with the Institute of Ecology, Shenyang, China, Academy of Science, to co-develop "Nursery Materials for Eco-Seedling of Rice".

The agreement was signed on June 29, 2014 during the Sino-Russian Expo that was held in Harbin, China.

In 2013, Heilongjiang province of China had 530 million cubic meters under cultivation. The demand for fertilized soil for rice seedlings has increased dramatically. Yet the available supply of fertilizer has seriously affected rice production.

To address those needs, US-Dadi began development and application testing of nursery materials for rice seedlings. After 5 months of development, US-Dadi has developed nursery materials which demonstrated obvious advantages for rice seedlings. It reduced pesticide application, reduced pollution and occurrences of diseases.

The nursery material under development consists of animal feces, crop straw and organic materials. A specific microbial fermentation preparation process is employed whose final outcome is US-Dadi's organic fertilizer.

The contract with the Institute of Ecology will benefit US-Dadi in development of new products and diversify its product lines.

About US-Dadi Fertilizer Industry International, Inc.: US-Dadi Fertilizer Industry International, Inc. is an international distributer of organic fertilizer, Malonghe Brand organic rice and farming equipment to the agricultural marketplace globally. Through a joint venture with Harbin Haixin Biological Fertilizer Co., Ltd, US-Dadi Fertilizer Industry International, Inc. distributes organic fertilizer from China to agricultural customers worldwide. More information can be found on the Company's website at:

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