German Chamomile Seeds to Ecuador
Answered by: Inge Poot
Question from: Esteban Alvarez
Posted on: April 28, 2000

We would like to make an order of chamomile seeds. The catalogue number is S1680. For the first time and for testing purposes we need just one one kilogram can of seed. We would appreciate if you tell us the output per kilo/hectare of this seed. The shipping will be to Miami, Florida, but we would like to know if there is the possibility to ship to Quito, Ecuador, the place where the request came from.

For direct seeding German chamomile the recommendations vary from 1 to 4 kilogram of seed per hectare. Therefore one kilogram can sow up to one hectare of land.

We ship seed to all over the world. There would be a $15 shipping charge per kilogram of seed if the seed is shipped to Ecuador rather than to Florida. Some countries have special requirements for documents such as phytosanitary certificates. Any such documentation is charged at cost. You should also check with the local authorities on the import restrictions for seeds. If any import permit is required it is the responsibility of the customer to obtain one and provide us with a copy with the order. It is worth noting that shipments to the U.S. from our facility do not require phytosanitary certificates or import permits.

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