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March 13, 2012, 07:53:12 PM
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I have a surplus of mung beans and cilantro seeds (coriander).  Both are great for either planting or eating.  I can have just about any (legal) seed or plant mailed to your door, so just ask if you're looking for something to plant this spring.

Pricing:
Mung Bean: 0.25 BTC/2 oz, 16 oz available
Cilantro Seed: 0.5 BTC/50 g, 200 g available

Buyer will pay actual shipping costs.  For most seeds, shipping will be inexpensive, but for trees and shrubs it can be consequential.

Listed items can ship within 2 business days.  Special request may take up to 4 weeks.  Make sure you include a time limit with your request if you must plant in less than 4 weeks.

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March 14, 2012, 03:51:59 AM
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Hi I was just wondering if you would be able to sell Jackfruit seeds?
they look like this
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51b84cZC6SL.jpg
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I spent a month in Africa and ate these while walking down the road once.
tasted delicious, anyways I have a small greenhouse at my disposal so if its in stock I would love to buy some the sooner the better but I am not in a hurry.

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Hi I was just wondering if you would be able to sell Jackfruit seeds?
they look like this
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51b84cZC6SL.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/qrmzr8.jpg
I spent a month in Africa and ate these while walking down the road once.
tasted delicious, anyways I have a small greenhouse at my disposal so if its in stock I would love to buy some the sooner the better but I am not in a hurry.


I can get you Jackfruit seedlings, but not seeds.  Price would be 5 BTC per seedling.  Seedlings will grow into mature trees and will begin bearing fruit in 3-4 years.  You have to be patient with trees.  Shipping starts at 3 BTC for one and increases by 1 BTC for each additional seedling.  They can fit in a 1 gallon pot when delivered, but will probably outgrow that in the first year.  I don't know where you live, here is climate info: "The jackfruit is adapted only to humid tropical and near-tropical climates. It is sensitive to frost in its early life and cannot tolerate drought. If rainfall is deficient, the tree must be irrigated."

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March 18, 2012, 09:08:34 PM
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Bump.

I'd have thought with all the commune talk in Off topic/Society there would be more interest in people growing their own food.  I guess it's all just talk.  How can you guys expect to grow enough food to sustain yourselves if you haven't even raised a garden?

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