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Growing Beans - dwarf, also French beans, Bush beans

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19 Nov 17 nathan ayienda (Australia - temperate climate)
I need samantha french bean seeds from usa
20 Nov 17 Mike (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
You probably can't import seeds from overseas for disease reasons.
22 Nov 17 Steve (Australia - temperate climate)
It seems you can in fact import Phaseolus spp. (excluding P. trilobus) — Grown in the United States of America — Certified seed sourced from California, Idaho or Washington into Australia. You must complete an application for Seeds for sowing. You can find import conditions for all types of things using the BICON database located here https://bicon.agriculture.gov.au/BiconWeb4.0/ Good luck :)

It seems you can in fact import Phaseolus spp. (excluding P. trilobus) — Grown in the United States of America — Certified seed sourced from California, Idaho or Washington into Australia. You must complete an application for Seeds for sowing. You can find import conditions for all types of things using the BICON database located here https://bicon.agriculture.gov.au/BiconWeb4.0/ Good luck :)

- Steve

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