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Order Seeds 2013

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Organic Ginger, Turmeric, and Galangal Seed

Thank you for your interest in growing ginger, turmeric and galangal.

We ship organic ginger, turmeric and galangal seed pieces from the Big Island of Hawaii right to your door via FedEx 2 day Air. With these seed pieces you can grow beautiful crops to market from early fall to early winter and beyond!

Click on individual seed variety for more information. See our specific cultural information about each crop for instructions on growing. Following these instructions will  help you succeed with these crops.

Shipping will be calculated at checkout using our discount FedEx shipping rates calculator.

The crew at Puna Organics uses a calibrated digital scale to weigh smaller orders and a calibrated heavy weight scale on large orders. They strive hard to be sure that orders are accurate when they are shipped.

Canadian orders, please call or email with your order and shipping address. Shipping costs must be assessed individually. Shipments to other international destinations must be  done through email or over the phone. Thank you.

Thank you for your interest in ordering ginger, turmeric and galangal! Please sign up for the newsletter to hear about updates on cultural suggestions, recipes and when ordering is open for the 2013 season.

Info About OrderingJanuary 8th, 2013

Ordering is open for the 2013 season. Sign up for the newsletter (blue envelope to the right on any page of the website) to receive cultural updates through the season, recipes in the fall and an aler

Beneficial MicrobesDecember 20th, 2012

Ginger Yields Better with High Beneficial Soil Microbe Populations Use products like Actinovate, Contans, and Trichoderma to build these populations in a soil that is not robust in beneficial micro or

Vacuum SealingNovember 9th, 2012

I just got a great email from Ramsey, an adventurous and really good ginger grower, who shared a tip for storage that I want to extend to all of you: He uses a vacuum sealed bag to store his baby ging

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