[Arisaema-l] USA permits
tim at gingerwoodnursery.com
Wed Mar 18 18:41:46 CET 2015
If you mean a small lots seed import for USA, yes an individual person can get one. For your question on type of seed , write 'all applicable seed'. Do not list a few individual species or any other limiting description. You want to covered for any seeds you may ever want.
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> On Mar 18, 2015, at 10:14 AM, My Tong <electric.rice at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> I want to get a permit, but I'm confused if an individual not affiliated with an organization (as in the wording of the permit form) can still apply for a permit. Also, the form says to list the seeds to import, so we just write down those seeds we want in the exchange although we might not get them?
>> On Wednesday, March 18, 2015, Eric Gouda <E.J.Gouda at uu.nl> wrote:
>> Dear USA members,
>> There is a checkbox in the seed order form: " I have (or will) send a copy of my permit to accompany the seed (USA only)**"
>> ** If you check this box, we will wait for a copy of your permit, before sending any seed, be sure to send it as soon as possible, including the green/yellow label (you may send me more labels for next Seed Ex, then I'll keep a copy of your permit).
>> If you forget to do so and I do have your permit and labels, I will send the seeds with the label and permit, don't worry.
>> I do have valid permits of the following members: Hunter, Jacobs, Lange, Leedy, McDowell, Mackaness, Pesnell, Schneider (03/22/2015), Wilhoite
>> Others I do not have!
>> University Botanic Gardens
>> att. E.J. Gouda
>> Budapestlaan 17
>> 3584 CD Utrecht
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