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Seed Programs International

Interested in receiving seeds from SPI for your international humanitarian work? We provide seeds for about 25 types of worldwide-common horticultural vegetables, many featuring both open-pollinated and hybrid choices. SPI offers no GMO seed. We select seed varieties that have wide adaptation to stress conditions such as disease, heat, and limited soil fertility. Our seed collection is tested to maintain germination at 80-85% or higher at least once a year. We recommend simple germination testing upon receipt and/or after any further storage period. The seed catalog and order form linked below, as well as this website, will provide answers to other frequently-asked questions.

Please contact us with any questions. Thank you!

Seed Catalog

Seed Catalog

Learn more about the vegetable varieties offered....

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Seed Order Form

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Seed Programs International

PO Box 9163
Asheville, NC 28815


Seed Programs Canada (Affiliate)

Registered Charity No. 839858107RR0001
Lombardy, ON

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Seed Programs International (SPI)

Seed Programs InternationalSeed Programs International (SPI) is a non-profit, tax exempt, non-governmental humanitarian organization.

We work thorough other humanitarian organizations, church groups, service clubs and individual donors, to provide quality seed to impoverished communities in developing countries enabling them to grow some of their own food. In addition to seed, SPI provides critical seed expertise and experience operating seed based self help programs.”

SPI is operated by individuals with over 50 years seed industry experience plus over 20 years experience in vegetable research and production. We also have 15 years experience operating programs that have successfully shipped seed to over 70 countries on five continents. SPI has shipped enough seed to plant over 1,000,000 vegetable gardens, providing more than 20 kinds of vegetables that are rich in vitamins and minerals often missing in people’s diets.