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Synonyms for seedsman

a dealer in seeds

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Quality seedsmen Thompson & Morgan has been supplying seeds to gardeners around the globe since 1855.
Most seedsmen offer sets by color: white, yellow and red.
Unwins Seeds, of Cambridge, are the specialist seedsmen, especially if you want to grow them for exhibition.
So it's good to find that the seedsmen are encouraging us to start earlier and have selected a fantastic range of easy-to-grow, cut 'n' come again flower seeds.
Following additional field studies in California and Florida, USDA released Beta Ill seed to seedsmen and breeders for further trials in 1986.
The 2013 World Seed Congress, which will be held May 27 - 29, 2013 in Athens, Greece, is one of the preeminent gatherings of the world's leading agricultural seedsmen to exchange information on recent developments in seed trade and plant breeding; identify mutual concerns, enable strategic thinking and discussion on issues, and adopt common positions; meet customers and suppliers to negotiate business contracts.
Each of our Channel Seedsmen takes the time to get to know a customer's operation and have access to excellent management and agronomic resources to get answers for their customers.
So we've put together a special offer collection of varieties picked especially for their flavour by top seedsmen, Mr Fothergill's Seeds.
SEEDSMEN Thompson and Morgan have new salad crops in their range this year.
Now as a result of a partnership between seedsmen Thompson and Morgan and clematis expert Raymond J Evison, the first comprehensive full colour catalogue on clematis was launched at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Have you noticed, despite all the claims made by the seedsmen and nurseries, that petunias are one of the first to close up following heavy rain and aren't quick to bounce back?
Fortunately, 10 to 15 years ago, several seedsmen from England and New Zealand revived interest in the old varieties and have been reintroducing the aromatic ones.
In most cases this has been of little consequence to the seedsmen, for two reasons.
Seedsmen usually offer a blend of plants including legumes, such as clover, to fix nitrogen and deep-rooting plants to improve drainage
Gardens Alive Takes Over Thompson & Morgan Seedsmen II-76