[Market-farming] Anaheim chili - Pepper Gal

Barking Cat Farm barkingcatfarm at mindspring.com
Tue Nov 10 20:42:50 EST 2009

And Tomato Growers Supply does not indicate in their catalog which  
seeds are treated, as we unpleasantly discovered this year. However,  
you can ask to have your account with them marked as no treated seeds  
allowed. We'll see if that works this coming year if we re-order from  

Kim - Barking Cat Farm, Zone 7b where it finally stopped raining and  
we've had gorgeous weather for a whole week

On Nov 10, 2009, at 9:56 AM, Road's End Farm wrote:

> On Nov 10, 2009, at 8:06 AM, Robert Farr wrote:
>> For seeds, try J.L. Hudson - the very best collection of seeds, all  
>> used ethnobotanically, The Pepper Gal, Nichols -
> Pepper Gal sent me treated seed not labeled as such in 1999 -- I  
> only found out it was treated when I opened the package and saw the  
> dye on the seeds. (Even if you don't care whether the seed is  
> treated, that's a significant labeling problem as the info was, I  
> believe, legally required to be on the packets).
> Admittedly this was ten years ago and they may be behaving better  
> now. I don't think I've ordered from them since, so it may have been  
> an isolated problem rather than a common practice. They did have a  
> lot of varieties hard to find elsewhere, but they're in Florida and  
> I had trouble telling what might do well up north as their catalogue  
> descriptions didn't generally include such info. Again, that may  
> have changed, I haven't had a catalogue from them in some years.
> -- Rivka; Finger Lakes NY, Zone 5 mostly

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