I think that would be a cool idea. Of course, it would mean I'd actually
have to start saving some of my seeds, but that would be good motivation to
do it! (Hubby has been telling me I should do this for a while now.)
I re-read this original post, and the truth is that we _are_! At least,
many of us are directly opposing $BigBusiness that would push special
purpose genetically modified seeds at us to lock growers into a specific
product line. Open-pollinated seeds that anybody can save and give away to
anybody else? Now, that's radical!
I gotta go re-read "Fahrenheit 451."
Gary Woods AKA K2AHC- PGP key on request, or at home.earthlink.net/~garygarlic
Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
I appreciate that non-biased review. I'm simply one guy with a small garden
like so many others here. Not trying to start any kind of revolution, not
trying to go against "the man", simply thinking that I have what I have, and
you guys have what you have. Nothing more, nothing less. Not selling
anything and not wanting to profit. Simply my feeble attempt to connect and
share. How bad can that be. Are we really at a point where everything is
I promise not to send anyone dandelion seeds. I know how to remove my
tomato seeds from the gelatinous mass, clean them and dry them for storage.
Not rocket surgery. Pepper seeds require even fewer mental attributes.
Seriously....is everyone that paranoid at this point? If so.....well??
The short story of the Texas law link: if you ain't selling, you aint
dealing, so the link is a moot point.
Now there are Fed laws which I strongly recommend more attention to
lots of info here on this English site( go figure)
http://theseedsite.co.uk/aphis.html . There are FAQs and links
on importing seeds to US such as the free permit application here:
included are the restricted plants and seeds, the how to do it legally
stuff. For small lots of seed:
8a, WA State. Looking for exotic herbs and veggies that woud/couldadapt.Real
Wasabi is one that comes to mind, black cumin, the purple de
milpatomatillo...got my Seed Savers Cat. too late for this year, interesting
varitals butstill want more exotics.
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