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Seed company moving to Schoharie County

D. Landreth will mark its 230th year in business

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An historic company that sells seeds for landscaping and gardening will mark its 230th consecutive year in business from a fitting location in 2014 — the Schoharie County village of Sharon Springs. The Pennsylvania-based D. Landreth Seed Co. is moving into the former Thunder Custom building on U.S. Route 20 while storing some products at the former Guilford Mills facility in Cobleskill. Though the company has been based in Pennsylvania, owner Barbara Melera said her ...


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JIMOCONNOR
January 2, 2014
3:25 p.m.

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This is wonderful. Sharon Springs is a beautiful village populated by many bright energized folks.

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