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Old March 21, 2018   #1
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Default Jack Seeds

Cannot find the original post/thread about it here.But curiosity as usual made me do it.Not for the maters,but the corn selection fits nice married to my new STAINLESS STEEL WHISKEY STILL.State dependent laws allow home brewing up to....in my case 4 gallons.Now time to harvest some of my Black Strap Mollasas Cane for my own rum.Been to China,their seed production,greenhouse and agricultural systems are quite advanced.They gots to feed a whole bunch of people.

http://track-chinapost.com/
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Old March 21, 2018   #2
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Isn't Jack Seeds one of the companies that sell photo-shopped multicolored tomatoes, strawberries and roses?
I would not spend any penny on such a vendor..

PS. There are also legit Chinese seeds available on-line, I have bought some veggies as well.
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Old March 21, 2018   #3
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This is the thread you are referring to

Also, I agree with Narnian - No way would I spend money with this vendor. I'd buy on Ebay or Amazon well before I'd ever buy from Jack's
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I came across this website again through some google search. How they are allowed to operate, I don't understand...
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Old June 30, 2018   #5
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Cannot find the original post/thread about it here.But curiosity as usual made me do it.Not for the maters,but the corn selection fits nice married to my new STAINLESS STEEL WHISKEY STILL.State dependent laws allow home brewing up to....in my case 4 gallons.Now time to harvest some of my Black Strap Mollasas Cane for my own rum.Been to China,their seed production,greenhouse and agricultural systems are quite advanced.They gots to feed a whole bunch of people.

http://track-chinapost.com/
Great! Bring some to the swap this year. I would love to taste it!
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Still breaking federal law.
Just saying.

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Still breaking federal law.
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https://www.ttb.gov/forms/f511074.pdf

I gots mine.Every state now allow,a myriad of rules.
Per state.Alaska is wide open from what I have heard.Fyi
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https://www.ttb.gov/forms/f511074.pdf

I gots mine.Every state now allow,a myriad of rules.
Per state.Alaska is wide open from what I have heard.Fyi
Really?
It has been awhile since I was on the site.
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