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By bombsboy
Posts:  584
Joined:  Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:57 am
#43507
would i need a permit? do i have to do something special? i live in calif. and probably would not be shipping international. just mabye leaf cutings when i have the chance ( if anyone wants some)
if someone may, tell me how to pack the leaf cuttings a proper way.

thanks! 8-)
By PitcherPlanter
Posts:  369
Joined:  Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:02 am
#43511
bombsboy wrote:would i need a permit? do i have to do something special? i live in calif. and probably would not be shipping international. just mabye leaf cutings when i have the chance ( if anyone wants some)
if someone may, tell me how to pack the leaf cuttings a proper way.

thanks! 8-)
No you only need permits out of country unless it is seed or in a tissue culture!
By PitcherPlanter
Posts:  369
Joined:  Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:02 am
#43512
bombsboy wrote:would i need a permit? do i have to do something special? i live in calif. and probably would not be shipping international. just mabye leaf cutings when i have the chance ( if anyone wants some)
if someone may, tell me how to pack the leaf cuttings a proper way.

thanks! 8-)
I think for packing them you should keep humidity high...... u should aslo ask someone elese for more info
By tejan24
Posts:  431
Joined:  Tue Jun 09, 2009 1:48 am
#43522
Hi, you don't need a permit if your sipping in the us. I like so leave my pullings in DH2O for 1/2 hour. Then I wrap it in a moist paper towel, or LFM. I would put it in a small box or a padded envelope. Hope this helps good look.
By kittyklaws
Posts:  1644
Joined:  Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:13 am
#43686
Yea, tejan24 is right.
You can also wrap in moist paper towlettes then put in a ziploc bag so it won't dry out. Then just put it in the shipping box.
By PitcherPlanter
Posts:  369
Joined:  Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:02 am
#43808
I haave an idea! One if it is in a pot put a plastic cup over it and tape it on. You can also ship them in bare root by wraping a wet paper towel over the roots and putting it in a ziplock bag and put in a box stuffed with newspaper. Then just ship it!
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