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Started by Jane Akob in New and Exotic Varieties Jan 18. 0 Replies

Some flower seeds have patents on them.  Has anyone had to deal with this problem.  We would not like to be sued for giving away patent seeds.Continue

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How many varieties? Public Library Setting

Started by Brigid Ferkett in Tried and True Varieties. Last reply by Richmond Grows Jan 18. 1 Reply

Our team is trying to decide on how many varieties to have for the first year of our seed library.  We have funds to purchase the seeds, but some are interested in keeping it simple (10 varieties) in order to make it easy on our staff and patrons. I…Continue

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Some flower seeds have patents on them.  Has anyone had to deal with this problem.  We would not like to be sued for giving away patent seeds.See More
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How many varieties? Public Library Setting

Our team is trying to decide on how many varieties to have for the first year of our seed library.  We have funds to purchase the seeds, but some are interested in keeping it simple (10 varieties) in order to make it easy on our staff and patrons. I would like to include more (25 varieties) to attract a bigger variety of patrons, including more advanced gardeners, and sed savers who might want something unique.  So my question is, how did you decide how many different kinds of seeds to offer in the beginning of your seed library?See More
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