[Arisaema-l] Question about seed distribution in the US.

Eric Gouda E.J.Gouda at uu.nl
Mon Mar 12 17:30:43 CET 2012

Officially you need that permit, otherwise there is a chance seeds don't 
make it to your address.
You can apply for the permit elictronically and I don't think it takes 
too long to get it, so give it a try.

There is a link to permit information on the Arisaema-L page: 


Op 10-3-2012 12:00, arisaema-l-request at science.uu.nl schreef:
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> Eric, I'm a new member and am confused about seed dustribution. Does everyone in the US need to get an APHIS Small Seed Quantity Permit or is there a US member who has gotten the permit&  receives seed for further distribution to US members of the AEG? I'd really like to receive some arisaema ?seed this year but do not have a permit&  it's probably too late to get one now. In the past I have received palm seed from Tobias Spanner in Germany without a problem.?Earlier this year ?I ordered some arisaema seed from Great Britain which were shipped? but never received. Apparently they didn't get through customs!? Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks i n advance, Paul Schneider, Eastern Sun Studio&  Garden, Portland, TN

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