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Where to get Duborskian Rice

 
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Hello,

I've been searching for Duborskian Rice seeds but I can't find them in Europe.
I would love to have these seeds, I can pay you for them if you'd like!

I'm testing all kinds of grains in my garden, I have golden giant amaranth, kamut, perennial rye, but I cant find Duborskian Rice >
If you have these you make this 14 year old kid really happy
 
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Fedco Seeds is the best source at this time. They can be found online. They are a major seed company in Maine, USA.
The original source for Duborskian Rice is Sourcepoint Seeds in Hotchkiss, Colorado. A much smaller company but might be worth a try.
Either way you are probably running short on time for this growning season, as they need to be started in flats for 6 weeks, and then 3-4 months of warm, dry weather to mature.
Good luck in your pursuits!
 
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I can't buy them from Fedco seeds because they only send to America.

I wanted them for the next year, in the case that the seed law in Europe will continue that only licensed seeds from large argo companies are legal.

Greetings Matis
 
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Did you find any?
 
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Matis,
I have some Duborskian rice seeds. Not a lot but, I do have enough to send you a sample. I have grown it for a few years.

I planted some seeds in the garden and some seeds in seedling trays on Sunday. I also planted out some of the plants I wintered over under lights in the basement about 2 weeks ago.

I saw your request for seeds when I was Googling "Duborskian rice". I was looking for how it is spelled in Russian but, I got sidetracked when I saw your seed request.

Please, let me know if you still need a sample. I'd be glad to help.

Gene Tyle (AKA Doug Sutton)
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