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Seeds and none electric tools

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posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 02:49 AM
In recent days we have seen debate raised on various threads about self sufficient in food, produced without electricity, and people seeking certain types of seed to grow food with, i did some digging and found these two offerings

Lehman's Non-electric Spring 2009 just out

Seeds of Change Organic, heirloom, hard to find varieties
Respects NR

posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 10:03 AM
I ordered my seeds last year from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange and was very happy with them. They are in the mid-Atlantic, so whatever they grow, I should be able to grow as well.

From their page:

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange is a wonderful source for heirloom seeds and other open-pollinated (non-hybrid) seeds with an emphasis on vegetables, flowers, and herbs that grow well in the Mid-Atlantic region. We support seed saving and traditional seed breeding. Seed savers and breeders are to thank for our rich selection and we will do whatever we can to support our customers and associates to carry on this noble tradition.

I also ordered some seeds from Baker Creek, but I've heard people complain that their seeds don't germinate well. But I didn't have any problems.

posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 11:01 AM
reply to post by Northern Raider

Been buying through Lemans for years now. Excellant source of products and reading materials. Anyone looking to get off of the grid or simply become more self sufficient would have a hard time finding a better source.

One note however, the Aladdin lamps they sell in their magazine are rather expensive and very difficult to keep from burning up the wick, I would advise looking for different lamps.

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