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Compiled by David E. Yarborough, Extension Blueberry Specialist, University of Maine, Orono, ME. July 2006

Agrichemical and Fertilizer Suppliers in Maine
Cavendish Agri-Services, Inc.
825 Main Street
Presque Isle, ME 04769
Tel: 207-768-5791
Fax: 207-764-7550
Contacts: Jerry Dow, cell: 207-227-0909
Otis Stevens, cell: 207-694-0210
Website: www.cavagri.com
Crop Production Services
71 Commercial Street
Lewiston, ME 04240
Tel: 207-795-6640
Fax: 207-795-6704
Contact: Alvin Winslow
Website: www.cpsagu.com
Fedco Seeds (organic supplier)
PO Box 520
Waterville, ME 04903
Tel: 207-873-7333
Email: questions@fedcoseeds.com
Website: www.fedcoseeds.com

Facility open to public Wed & Fri 9-3. Organic pest control, including OMRI approved; soil amendments; organic fertilizers, including MOFGA approved

Griffin Greenhouse & Nursery Supplies
50 West Gray Road
Gray, ME 04039
Tel: 207-657-5442
1-800-888-0054
Fax:  207-657-5439
Contacts:
Duncan Bryant, email: dbryant@griffinmail.com
Mark Rawnsley, email: mrawnsley@griffinmail.com
Website: www.griffins.com
Maine Potato Growers, Inc.
12 Grange Street
Houlton, ME 04730
Tel: 207-532-2289 or 1-800-750-6836
Fax: 207-532-7927
Contact: Steve London, cell: 207-538-6250
Email: sjlondon@mfx.net or info@mpgco-op.com
Website: www.mpgco-op.com
Northeast Agricultural Sales, Inc.
Corporate Office/Showroom
205 East Street
Lyndonville, VT 05851
Tel: (800) 639-7094
Fax: (802) 626-3450 ORManufacturing Facility
36 North Road
Detroit, ME 04929
Tel: (800) 462-7672
Fax: (207) 487-6082
Email: neagsales@charterinternet.com
Website: www.neagsales.com
Paris Farmers Union
PO Box D
So. Paris, ME 04281
Tel: 207-743-8976 or 1-800-639-3603
Fax: 207-743-8564
Contact: Milton Sinclair, cell: 743-1291
Email: pfu@parisfarmersunion.net
Website: www.parisfarmersunion.net
 

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