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Contacts of Seed Banks Needed

 
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Hello all, I am from Pakistan and am new to permaculture. I would like to be informed of any seed banks that i can import a variety of plants from. I am having a hard time looking for seed sellers on the internet for things like comfrey or leguminous trees and I am not sure how reliable they might be. Any good seller in your experience? Please send link or contact details.

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Hi and welcome! Navdanya in India has supported local seed banks around the country, and might be friendly if you email the director, Vandana Shiva. Probably most suitable for your climate. But the import barriers would be daunting!!!

http://www.navdanya.org/
 
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