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surplus seed starts in quantity?

From: Delaware P.
Sent on: Thursday, March 28, 2013 9:26 AM
Greetings Permies,

My family is preparing to be permaculture gardening on a 1/2-acre plot 
this season at Historic Penn Farm in New Castle, DE.

Per our farming plan, the produce will foremost be used to make meals 
for homeless communities in Wilmington, DE and Philadelphia, PA.  Select 
specialty foods and culinary herbs will be made available for sale 
towards refunding input costs.

We do not have greenhouse access and are starting as many vegetable and 
herb seedlings as possible inside our home under lights.  I am sending 
out a request for sources or recommendations for vegetable and herb 
seedlings in quantity that can be bartered or bought at wholesale cost 
for supplementing what we are growing ourselves.  We import and sell 
medicinal herbs, teas, teaware and other specialty foods and goods from 
around the world that we would be happy to trade in barter.

Thanks in advance for any replies.
From, Maya Baruch
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