Owning Property in Spain - Page 2 - Spanish (Spanish) - International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums

Owning Property in Spain - Page 2 - Spanish (Spanish) - International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums

Owning Property in Spain - Page 2 - Spanish (Spanish) - International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums

Originally Posted by GoldDustWomen

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As he passed a dilapidated building, an old school, he entered, assembled, how he did! And it was decided to resist peacefully. I am here here. a chronological jump until the previous week, in the first link you can see the situation.

Sorry, I have not looked into that of yet. I'm more worried about buying my real estate right now. I can deal with a small seed venture at first and will look into legal business. As of now, I'm looking for Hydroponic Wholesaler's out of UK to supply Hydro store in Cadiz or close to Cadiz. If I find or hear anything. I'll make sure to post the info. I'm going to be meeting with a couple of Big Seed companies once I get there and finding out the true about the business. My store will stock the best sell's for walkin sale's only. No internet sale's at all. I should be able to know more than once I talk to a few Big Wig's over there. Sorry, I wish I could help you, but I'll know more early 2007. I might even be there by this Dec. Will see what happens in the next few months. Good luck on your quest and if your ever over there. I'll be posting info to my store once it opens. Then I'll ask any member to stop in and say high. Well, I'll post any info I can find, but I doubt it will be later.
Take care

Good luck with your project, this is what I heard, license to make seeds even in Holland (biggest company) are all revoked cause breeding is now forbidden in Holland.So all the biggest company you talked to and think they produced in other country, it is not correct.

Most produced their seeds locally underground now, in Spain and Swiss, maybe Portugal I guess since it is ok there too.
as far as doing business with these big company I think small passionated breeders can do a better job,

I, if I move to Spain I will be introducing a nice variey from the Mendocino village where I spent 7 years. if you are cought, some will tolerate 8 plants for your own use, some will think 4 is too much.
That is what I heard.

Last edited by Mendocino; 04-08-2006 at .