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a dealer in seeds

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They gave him false papers which named him as Georges Hirsoil, a deaf and dumb agricultural seedsman.
Tamara Boyer and Adam Seedsman have been appointed as joint Managing Directors of the Australia and New Zealand operation.
I got the idea from a seedsman who told me they use such hexagrams as abbreviations for their stock and that they occasionally make real words.
The Oregon Seed Growers League named him Seedsman of the Year in 1993.
Alongside the allotment was a seedsman and gardener's shop, which was part of a row of cottages.
Seedsman Colin Randall tells me there are 14 blight-resistant potatoes in the company's catalogue, including Oria, Valor, Sprey, Romano, Remarka, Sante, Appell, Amour and Druid.
Meanwhile rain has delayed spring crop onion drilling for up to four weeks according to seedsman Nickersan Zwaan.
John, who was UK Seedsman of the Year in 1998, said trying to time the linseed to flower after the opening of the Parliament was tricky.
As a lifelong seedsman and farmer, this venture brings customers of Prairie Brand a very strong value proposition of the latest technology, some of the industry's leading genetics, and our personal service.
Big hopes for Trend Racegoers were treated to several tight finishes and Bucking the trend displayed plenty of heart to beat Seedsman in the 2m41/2f novice hurdle.
He would have served a long apprenticeship in his profession, perhaps as a nurseryman, landscaper or seedsman.
Practice what a Channel Seedsman does, including taking "ownership" every ordering, planting, growing, harvesting, planning step of the way.
The company remains privately owned by George Ball, a third-generation seedsman, who serves as chairman of W.
Had George Crooke, seedsman and landlord of the Duck Inn, not gone out for a stroll in Tiddesley Wood, the world would have been a poorer, not to say less sweet, place.
the aspiring sweet corn gardener might ask the Albert Lea, Minnesota seedsman whose catalog carries some 20 sweet corn varieties for Midwestern gardens and farms.