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Need a seed supplier that is based in or delivers to England, which stocks cover crop seeds

 
Benett Freeman
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I really like the selection that grow organic.com has of cover crop seeds, plus lots of useful information to help a gardener make the right choice of seed.

However, they don't appear to ship internationally, and I've come up against a dead end when googling for UK suppliers of similar seeds.

Tamar Organics have some, but they don't have inoculants to go with it, and I would like to use the inoculant to increase the chances of success for my experiments.

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks
 
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Maybe you could check out somebody like Game Cover
They seem to deal in 1 acre lots.
Be careful, as some of their seed is 'treated'.
 
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You can also look for cover crops at the market, especially the natural foods store. Many beans that are sold dry by the pound, for example, are viable seed and will both make organic matter and fix nitrogen for you. Some other soil improvers are sold for special purposes, like daikon radish seed, which is sold for sprouting but could also be planted -- and it's available through Amazon.co.uk.
 
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Thanks. I got some seeds of Amazon in the end. Hate to give them money but couldn't find another source.

I'm still stuck for soil inoculant though

Any ideas?
 
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These guys will ship overseas: http://www.bountifulgardens.org/Fungal-and-Bacterial-Inoculants/products/9/
 
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Thank you so much Jennifer.

Now it seems my last hurdle is the UK Customs.

Does anyone here have experience of importing soil inoculant from North America into the UK?

[EDIT: These are available on Amazon. Are they the same thing or are they in the wrong form for using in a slurry prior to planting seeds?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/search/ref=sr_gnr_fkmr1?rh=i%3Aoutdoor%2Ck%3Ainoculant&keywords=inoculant&ie=UTF8&qid=1398730738 ]
 
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