Heirloom/Organic/Open Pollinated Seed Suppliers List

GMO FREE SEED – South Africa


DeltasaadMaize Bred to suit all kinds of Climates in SA, for Commercial & smaller Crops:(100% uncontaminated, gmo-free)Contact Willie VisserMarketing Managerhttp://www.deltasaad.co.za/Phone: 083 260 5224(gm-free Soy will be ready for 2014 growing season)


Living SeedsHeirloom, Herb, Open -Pollinated Vegie Seeds & Everything you need for your Organic Garden:http://www.livingseeds.co.za/https://www.facebook.com/pages/Livingseedscoza/163994836987193https://twitter.com/Living_seedsLivingseeds Heirloom Seeds (Pty) LtdP.O.Box 1421Henley-on-Klip1962Monday to Friday 08h00 – 16h00Telephone: 071 911 5159Fax: 086 624 4773Email: sean@livingseeds.co.za


Organic seeds available to order from Emma Kelly:Inbox your orders to: https://www.facebook.com/token.celeFor complete List, please Email: emn8ing@gmail.comList of seeds – changing as the seasons all the time:Maize: White, Popping, Sweetcorn.Maize (limited): Rainbow Inca, Blue, Bloody Red.Greens: Spinach (Sea Bolt), Swiss Chard, Rainbow Spinach etc.Beans: Red Speckled Kidney, White, Ouma Sarie, Purple, Bountiful Stringless, Painted Lady Runner etc.Peas: Pigeon, Cow, Sugar Pod, Sugar Daddy, Chick & Blue Podded.Lettuce: Gourmet Mix, Mesculin Mix, Butterhead, Oak Leaf, Amish Deer Tongue etc.Tomatoes: Mexican Yellow, Ox Heart, Florade, Yellow Pear, Purple Dragon, Cherry etc.<p> Cucumber: African Horned, Crystal Apple, Poona Keera, Long Slender etc.</p>Many others, incl. squash, sunflowers, rooted veggies, aubergine, brassicas, cabbage, peppers, fruits, herbs & grains.


UKUVUNA Optimized Sustainable Projects(A Zulu word for Abundant Harvest)All seeds are free of GMOs & organically grown. Please contact us for a list of Summer & Winter Vegetables & Crops at Ukuvuna for sale.John Nzira, DirectorTel: +27 (83) 665 3356johnnzira@gmail.comurbanfrmng@gmail.com50 Pretorius Rd, President Park, Midrand, 1685Visit our website for all our Services & Products:www.urbanfarming.yolasite.comPO Box 6032, Halfway House, 1685


So Delicious with VanessaHeirloom seed & garden gadgets. All seeds are organic, heirloom & open-pollinated varieties grown by specialized farmers who do not support GMOs. We are vehemently anti-GMO & have gone to great lengths to import only pure heirloom seed.Contact Vanessa: grow@sowdelicious.co.zaFb: https://www.facebook.com/gourmetgardenerWebsite: http://www.sowdelicious.co.za


Hart NurseryFamily owned Organic Retail Nursery. Non-GM Seed, organic vegie & herb plants, accessories, organic fertilisers, botanical/ organic insecticides as well as advice & assistance. Volcanic Rock Dust which comprises 72 minerals & trace elements to promote healthy plant growth. Use of old fashioned methods eg. vinegar, castor oil, honey & cinnamon powder to promote an environmentally friendly & cost effective approach to gardening.Gary & Pam Hart: Just by going organic, we now breed chameleons, frogs, lizards etc. We have also recorded 72 of the 139 species of birds in our nursery.https://www.facebook.com/hartnurserycapetownWebsite: http://www.hartnursery.co.zaPhone: +27 21 703 8689Email: hartnursery@mweb.co.zaAddress: 350 Ottery Rd, Ottery, Cape Town.


Mahlathini Organic Seed


Basilhof Farm


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Apply to Join the Agri Investment Group

Firstly, this is not a massive investment fund. This is my personal initiative and is funded by me, I already fund all the costs related to Ethical Suppliers and Open Education Centre. This initiative is really for the poorest of the poor who have practically nothing and need a helping hand to get somewhere.  

I used to be a chicken and pecan nut farmer a few years ago and had to quit because of family issues with the property. So yes, I have experience in farming, as well as an education site for farmers, Open Education Centre

From a little seed we can grow big things. Nature has all the means by which we can grow our money and farming is a way to do this while at the same time providing food for families and communities. 

I will buy most of the starter stock eg seeds and chicks, saplings, and so on. Watering costs will not be covered but we will try reduce water consumption as far as possible with the use of mulch and other methods to keep costs down. 

You will need to fetch the stock from the supplier if I cannot have it delivered, prepare the earth, sow the seed, water/irrigate and generally manage all day to day operations. If you are in Pretoria I will assist with the manual labour.

For the chicken farm you will need to construct a simple roosting perch from sticks and a simple hut with a basic door which can close at night. This can all be done with wood and salvaged materials. No floor needed, sand floors are best and I will explain why later. Eggs need to be collected daily and a small percentage of the eggs need to be marked and  left in their clutches in the hope that broody hens will hatch them out. We are trying to breed broodiness back in as this is in accordance with natural and humane principles. 

Once the operation turns profitable and I have recouped 200% of my total investment I will withdraw.

Remember – this is NOT a get rich quick scheme, this is only for individuals who share the same principles of ethical, eco friendly and humane farming. Profits will only start coming in after a few months, sometimes even up to a year or two, it all depends on what we are farming. 

Think about ways that you can “pay it forward”, eg seed donations etc, because this principle is extremely important. 

If all this excites you and you want to be part of the group please continue the application process below. I know it is long and tedious but I really want to get to know you a little better as we will be working closely together and I want to make sure we are a good fit :) 

If you would like to help fund the initiative please contact info@ethicalsuppliers.co.za or 071 484 5295. 

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