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Post by kevin8715 on Sept 23, 2016 9:19:59 GMT -5

Has anyone gotten seeds from this seed shop? They have some Tom Wagner varieties that have disease tolerance and at decent prices. I want to grow some tomatoes overwinter in a greenhouse to get crossed seed to grow out in the spring.

Post by kevin8715 on Sept 23, 2016 9:33:49 GMT -5

Post by nicollas on Sept 24, 2016 6:00:55 GMT -5

Post by paquebot on Sept 30, 2016 23:46:23 GMT -5

Good grief! I read most of that Tomatoville thread and still happy that I’ve never been a part of it.

Only thing that I don’t like about Food Mind is the prices. But then, maybe I’m too stuck on my own $2.00 which has not changed in 10 years.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for Tom Wagner to open shop again. Without a lot of help, ain’t going to happen. His breeding projects are more important. I will admit that I’d love to get seeds from those which he’s posted on Facebook the past couple months.

Good Mind Seeds « Prev 1 Next » Post by kevin8715 on Sept 23, 2016 9:19:59 GMT -5 Has anyone gotten seeds from this seed shop? They have some Tom Wagner varieties that

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None of the seeds here are genetically modified, nor have they been in contact with any fossil derived synthetic chemicals. These seeds are very important to me because they are among the seeds that carry with them the potential for human life for future generations.

Those who wish to receive the native persons’ discount, please send me an email with your name and phone number, with a time that is best to get ahold of you. I fully endorse free seed to native agriculture projects for groups and individuals.

Catalog None of the seeds here are genetically modified, nor have they been in contact with any fossil derived synthetic chemicals. These seeds are very important to me because they are among the