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Hi Carlos,

Your seeds arrived today, they look good and I will get them planted as soon as possible. Thank you very much!
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Many thanks Solko. I just added some new rare species and varieties.

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PM sent

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thanks Guadua, replied.

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #29 on: January 27, 2018, 09:38:21 AM »
New rare jabo added.

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C

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #30 on: February 02, 2018, 06:34:11 PM »
Hi dreamfrutas I sent you a PM, did you already shipped my seeds? Thanks

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #31 on: February 03, 2018, 04:38:56 PM »
anybody else receive seeds yet?

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #32 on: February 03, 2018, 09:11:49 PM »
anybody else receive seeds yet?
When did you order?

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #33 on: February 04, 2018, 06:33:59 AM »
Hi

Good question about the date of the post.

Brazilian post offices have been terribly slow and confused since November, they are implementing new systems and working with a small staff of staff.

Even internal orders that took two useful, to be delivered are taking up to five days.

So the ideal is to follow the tracking and see how they are following the packages.







anybody else receive seeds yet?
When did you order?
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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #34 on: February 04, 2018, 06:38:11 AM »
What a mess the Brasilin post!!!

By the way, I neither receive any answer from Dreamfrutas about my seeds!

Is he still alive here?

Thanks

Giampaolo


Hi

Good question about the date of the post.

Brazilian post offices have been terribly slow and confused since November, they are implementing new systems and working with a small staff of staff.

Even internal orders that took two useful, to be delivered are taking up to five days.

So the ideal is to follow the tracking and see how they are following the packages.







anybody else receive seeds yet?
When did you order?

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #35 on: February 04, 2018, 06:50:27 AM »
Hi

Good question about the date of the post.

Brazilian post offices have been terribly slow and confused since November, they are implementing new systems and working with a small staff of staff.

Even internal orders that took two useful, to be delivered are taking up to five days.

So the ideal is to follow the tracking and see how they are following the packages.

Ohh that's the answer for some of my packages purchased in November 2017. Some have been in IBAMA for 1 month and reached my country in 2 months. Some are still in Brazil after 3 months.

Hope they will improve after implementing the new system. But another question is when?

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #36 on: February 04, 2018, 07:38:31 AM »
What a mess the Brasilin post!!!

By the way, I neither receive any answer from Dreamfrutas about my seeds!

Is he still alive here?

Thanks

Giampaolo


Hi

Good question about the date of the post.

Brazilian post offices have been terribly slow and confused since November, they are implementing new systems and working with a small staff of staff.

Even internal orders that took two useful, to be delivered are taking up to five days.

So the ideal is to follow the tracking and see how they are following the packages.




Giampaolo and Sytanta

I'm not saying anything about the seller, I'm just saying that since November the post office in Brazil is undergoing a series of operational and structural changes, frankly, I do not believe it improves anything, today Brazil is impregnated with idiot political ideologies, both left and right, in fact with the growing nationalism that we are seeing here, I even fear that in the near future, they will not even let seeds of the country leave, the famous policies of national security, protection of biodiversity and other crap .. .


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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #37 on: February 04, 2018, 07:49:06 AM »
Giampaolo and Sytanta

I'm not saying anything about the seller, I'm just saying that since November the post office in Brazil is undergoing a series of operational and structural changes, frankly, I do not believe it improves anything, today Brazil is impregnated with idiot political ideologies, both left and right, in fact with the growing nationalism that we are seeing here, I even fear that in the near future, they will not even let seeds of the country leave, the famous policies of national security, protection of biodiversity and other crap .. .

Thanks Alexandre for the info! If your fear becomes a reality in the near future and with the current deforestation rate, many species will vanish even before being known about. One hope is other countries which share some of Brazil's biodiversity won't follow Brazil's policies.

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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #38 on: February 04, 2018, 08:08:50 AM »
Hi

This idea generates conflict of ideas, I do not think we need to send seeds abroad to maintain our biodiversity, we ourselves have competence for this and we are already doing it here in Brazil. I agree to send as a business, just to publicize, disclose the species ultimately helps preserve. As foreigners speak, we Brazilians are destroying the world, as if they had not cleared their forests before us!

Unfortunately deforestation exists worldwide, is a disease, this in Brazil, the rest of the Amazon, Asia, Africa, etc., I would like to know if you in Vietnam are sending seeds of its great biodiversity, for us Brazilians preserve? While your forest turns to immense coffee plantations in Conilon? I've never heard anything about Vietnamite seeds being donated or sold to maintain biodiversity.

Seeds and tropical plants are a profitable business, they are sources of medicines, food, phytotherapics, woods, etc. I do not believe in these good intentions of preservation, but as I said at the beginning, it's just my opinion and no reason for conflict!

I will stop the posts so as not to mess up the page of the seller, which in advance I apologize for posting on your page!
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Re: RARE JABUTICABA BRANCA VINHO GIGANTE DA ESALQ - very limited quantities
« Reply #39 on: February 04, 2018, 10:18:53 AM »
Hi Alexandre,

If I pissed you off with my opinion, I sorry for that. To be clear and short, here's what I meant:

- I wanted to say that Brazilians were destroying the jungle and/or similar but no other countries did: absolutely NO

- I wanted to say that you and Brazilian friends were not able to maintain Brazilian biodiversity: absolutely NO

- I wanted to say that as a fruit lovers and collectors, being not able to get exotic species from Brazil was a very sad news, was that I shall look for other countries with easier exporting rules

And sorry sir Carlos for messing up your post. I just wanted to express my experience in purchasing seeds, not pissing people off.

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Re: Nothing more available
« Reply #41 on: February 17, 2018, 07:46:45 PM »
I got my seeds finally. I doubt they will sprout.

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Re: Nothing more available
« Reply #42 on: February 17, 2018, 08:45:01 PM »
I got my seeds finally. I doubt they will sprout.
Not with that attitude  ;)

 

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