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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    and the tap water there in Cali is probably hard as hell, i know Bella said his tapwater was 300-400 ppm in NoCal, cant imagine its much better anywhere else.
    California is a very large place with an area of 163,696 sq mi, 250 miles long and 770 miles long. Local water quality varies greatly. Here are some water quality numbers for California.
    Snowfall and Rainfall: 5 to 15 ppm
    Snowmelt and Rainfall Runoff in Watersheds: 50 to 100 ppm
    Sacramento River at the City of Sacramento: 120 ppm
    Groundwater Pumped from Granitic Alluvium: 200 to 400 ppm
    Groundwater Pumped from Sedimentary Alluvium 600 to 10,000 ppm
    Colorado River at Imperial Dam: 750 ppm
    Ocean Water: 35,000 ppm

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    I believe the "drought sale" plants are being sold by Lois (aka flytraplady5). She runs a wholesale CP nursery not far from and supplies many plants to Peter.

    The pots look familiar because the both buy them in bulk from http://www.mcconkeyco.com/page.aspx?nid=25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    I believe the "drought sale" plants are being sold by Lois (aka flytraplady5). She runs a wholesale CP nursery not far from and supplies many plants to Peter.

    The pots look familiar because the both buy them in bulk from http://www.mcconkeyco.com/page.aspx?nid=25
    You are probably right ... in one of the ads the seller mentions that she runs a wholesale nursery


    Oh -- and thanks for the link to the the pot supplier -- I have been looking for those
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    thats what ive been trying to talk about Neci but people are really caught up in the whole "drought sale" thing

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    Just because nobody has posted that they reported it doesn't mean they didn't report it.

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    The seeds are in the Czech Republic. Is that still against the cites regulations?
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    The Czech Republic and Thailand (the other seller) are both parties to the CITES treaty. As long as they have the permits and other paperwork to legally export CITES species then no problem. The recipient may or may not need permits to import CITES species - depends on the nation.

    If they are shipped to a nation/country that is not a party of the CITES treaty then no permits/paperwork is needed except whatever is necessary to export/import seeds or plants in the first place.
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