ABOUT ROW 7
Row 7 is based in New York State, with operations in the Hudson Valley. Our office, warehouse and research farm are located on unceded land of the Lenape people.
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The name Row 7 is a nod to the seventh row of the periodic table. When scientists conceived the modern periodic table, they left blank spaces in the seventh row—placeholders for elements yet to be discovered. We hope to bring the same spirit of discovery to the food system, starting with its most basic element: seeds.
All of our seeds available for sale are certified organic according to USDA standards. We are committed to building the capacity for organic seed production in the U.S. and to developing new varieties that thrive in organic systems. Learn more about our seeds here.
No. Certified organic always means non-GMO, so the organic label speaks for itself! But it’s worth asking: why not GMO? We believe that the most flavorful and resilient plant varieties are best created by working with the full genetic heritage of a crop. We utilize time-proven techniques of cross-pollination and selection complemented by modern technology, but we draw a clear line at genetic engineering. It doesn’t advance the changes we seek in the food system, and it’s never produced anything truly delicious.
Seed is a crop, too, and where they are grown matters. Currently, all of our seeds are grown in the U.S. You can find out exactly where in the “Details” section of our product pages. Learn more about our seeds here.
Our team is always expanding. Please send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org for current openings
New York-based artist Leanne Shapton collaborated with the Row 7 team to create original artwork for the website and packets, inspired by our varieties. Please visit her website here.
ABOUT OUR SEEDS
Currently, our seeds are only available through our website. (So you’re in the right place!) If you have trouble processing your order online, please contact us and we will be happy to help.
Detailed growing instructions for our varieties can be found on our website’s product pages or under Grow, and our team is also on hand to offer veggie tech support. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with growing questions.
Answer: We support growers’ rights to save seed on their own farms, but you should consider whether the variety is open pollinated or a hybrid. Open-pollinated varieties are genetically stable and will reproduce true-to-type. Hybrid varieties are first-generation crosses and are not genetically stable. Should you choose to save seed and replant it, plants in the next generation will look different from one another—and from the F1 hybrid. For consistent results, growers should purchase new hybrid seed. (Or save seed and start a delicious breeding project of your own!) For companies interested in commercial production or breeding of our varieties, please contact us at email@example.com.
We recommend storing seeds someplace cool, dark and dry.
At this time, we only ship orders to the United States and Canada.
Please go to “Log In” and follow the prompts to sign up for a new account. Through your account, you can track shipments, view past orders, utilize credits and (if you want) receive nice, newsy emails from Row 7 every once in awhile.
You will be prompted to enter your discount code on the checkout page prior to processing your payment.
If you need to cancel or change an order, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Depending on the stage of fulfillment, cancellation may be considered a return.
We cannot accept orders for items that are out of stock, but please check back again next growing season.
We process and ship all potato orders after April 1st. Please note that we can only ship potatoes within the contiguous US.
“Backordered” indicates an item that is not currently available but that we expect to have in stock on or around the date listed. (Please note: This date is not guaranteed and may change due to circumstances outside of our control.) Backordered items can be ordered any time and will ship out as soon as we receive them. You will receive an email confirmation when your backordered item has shipped.
Shipping rates are mainly calculated by price. For the Upstate Abundance potato, however, shipping rates are calculated by weight.
For U.S. orders, shipping rates are as follows:
$0.01-$8.99 | $3.95
$9.00-$26.99 | $5.95
$69.00-$150 | $12.50
$150.01 and above | $145.00
Shipping rates for Upstate Abundance potatoes are as follows:
1- 4 lbs | $8.99
5-9 lbs | $10.99
10-19 lbs | $13.99
20-24 lbs | $23.00
25-49 lbs | $30.00
50-99 lbs | $77.00
100-150 lbs | $145.00
Shipping rates for Canadian orders are as follows:
$0.01-$70.00 | $13.95
$70.01 and above | $16.95
Import Duties and Taxes: Any order shipped to Canada is subject to import duties and taxes determined by the Canadian government based on the order value. In placing an order with us, you agree to cover these fees, which will be collected upon or before delivery.
You are important to us. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us. We will gladly accept returns and exchanges and only ask that items be returned to us unopened in their original packaging. Kindly note: all returns must be pre-authorized.
We’re sorry to hear that. Please contact us and we will happily replace the item or refund the full purchase price.
Authorized returns should be mailed to:
Row 7 Seed Company
11 Spring Street, Studio 2K
Newburgh, NY 12550
ABOUT OUR VEGETABLES
We currency offer Badger Flame beets, Upstate Abundance potatoes, Honeypatch squash, Koginut squash, Lodi squash, Midnight Roma tomatoes, Sweet Prince tomatoes, and Sweet Garleek. You can find out more about each variety here.
Our mission is to bring compostable, plant-based packaging to the produce aisle — so far, this includes the packaging for our potatoes, beets, and squash trays. You can find more information on each of our product pages.
Yes. All of our seeds are certified organic according to USDA standards. We are committed to building the capacity for organic production and to developing new varieties that thrive in organic systems.
No. Certified organic always means non-GMO, so the organic label speaks for itself! Genetic engineering doesn’t advance the changes we seek in the food system, and it’s never produced anything truly delicious.
We partner with regional organic farmers to support biodiversity above and below ground. The end goal? Unique vegetables grown for place, picked (and eaten) at the perfect moment. You can find more information on each of our product pages, where you can trace your veggies from seed to shelf.
You can find variety-specific storage recommendations to preserve flavor and quality on each of our product pages.
Looking for dinner inspiration? We’ve compiled some trusted techniques here; but you can also plug Row 7 vegetables into your favorite recipes.
Yes! Please stay tuned for additions to our veggie portfolio. We continue to work in the field and kitchen to develop and grow new and delicious varieties.