posted on Aug, 4 2014 @ 08:20 PM
In Michigan, they have laws about selling seeds, like germination tests and a viability shelf life limit. Veggie seeds are a little stricter than
wildflower seeds, but certainly not out of reach for a start up business. Interstate would be different, but our state laws aren't a big deal and
either of those laws only apply to sales anyway.
Save seeds and trade with neighbors, friends or with a club.
I suspect that many Co-ops still have plenty of farm crop varieties that aren't GMO seeds for sale.
Try buying plants from a local greenhouse, talk to the owners about seed sources.
Not to mention there are tons of heirloom seeds available online today, far more than ten years ago.
Just follow the rules only where they apply, don't get the government involved unless it is necessary and most importantly, never ask for the
government's permission before hand.