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Plants, Seeds and Planting Material For Sale


Members of the farming community and the general public can purchase plants (ornamental and orchard), seeds, seedlings and a variety of planting material at a reduced price from nurseries run by the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries.




What seeds are available for purchase?

Crops seeds include:

  • Corn
  • Pigeon peas
  • Ochro
  • Bodi
  • Hot pepper
  • Sorrel
  • Melongene
  • Hot pepper
  • Carailli
  • Seim Bean
  • Other Local Vegetables


Root Crop Planting Material:

  • Cassava
  • Sweet Potato

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Where can I purchase planting materials?

Planting materials can be purchased from the locations listed below, which are.  A same day service is provided, however, it is advisable to contact the relevant sales office in advance for large orders.


National Seed Bank
Chaguaramas Agricultural Development Programme
Macqueripe Road
Tucker Valley
Chaguaramas
Trinidad, West Indies
Tel: (868) 691-2846
Fax: (868) 691-2847   
Email: the nationalseedbank@gmail.com 
Open to the public 8:30 am to 12:00 noon, Monday to Friday, except public holidays


St. Augustine Nurseries
Farm Road
Curepe
Tel: (868) 662.2692/645-6552
Fax (868) 662-7515
Email: fpnurseries@gov.tt 
Trinidad, West Indies
Open to the public 8:30 am to 2:00 pm, Monday to Friday, except public holidays


La Reunion Propagation Station
Caroni Bank Road
Centeno
Trinidad, West Indies
Tel: (868) 642-4188 / 8200
Fax. (868) 646-2948
Email: lrpps@hotmail.com 
Open to the public 8:30 am to 2:00 pm, Monday to Friday, except public holidays


Marper Farm
St Isidore Road
Plum Mitan
Manzanilla
Tel: (868) 691-2846 
Fax: (868) 691-2847
Email: marperfarm@gov.tt@gmail.com 
Open to the public 8:30 am to 2:00 pm, Monday to Friday, except public holidays


For information on stock and pricing, please contact the Agricultural Services Division at Tel. (868) 645-6552 or visit the website of the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries by following the link below.

Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries

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