I just had a seed order confiscated by customs. It is the first time that has happened to me. It was coming from Holland, so maybe that was part of the problem. In any event, it made me realize that nine years ago I started to get a USDA Small Lots of Seed permit to allow importation, but I never finished the process. Do any of you have such a permit? What has been your experience with the permit?
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John J. Knoll
Cooking, bbq, gardening
Born and raised in Eastern New Mexico. Relocated to Kansas in 1987, and have been growing New Mexico chile in the Kansas clay since then.
Buy my chile seeds! And be excellent to each other.
Favorite Hot Pepper
Favorite Hot Sauce
Heart Breaking Dawns 1854
Favorite BBQ Food
Favorite BBQ Sauce
Cowtown's Night of the Living
Chili... Beans or No Beans?
Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
3rd Place for Calvin's 2.0 in the Dried Peppers, Dry Spice Mix category in the 2010 Hot Pepper Awards; Grand Champion Shawnee County Dept. of Corrections BBQ contest 2007
Too numerous to mention!
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Almost anything except wilds. Hit me up and I'll tell you if I have it.
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