GMO-Free Seeds in South Africa

If you would like to grow your own food that is free from genetically modified organisms,  we have listed a few companies that offer heirloom GMO-Free Seeds in South Africa.


Maize Bred to suit all kinds of Climates in SA, for Commercial & smaller Crops:

(100% uncontaminated, gmo-free)

Contact Willie Visser

Marketing Manager

Phone: 083 260 5224

(gm-free Soy will be ready for 2014 growing season)



Heirloom, Herb, Open -Pollinated Vegie Seeds & Everything you need for your Organic Garden:

Livingseeds Heirloom Seeds (Pty) Ltd

P.O.Box 1421



Monday to Friday 08h00 – 16h00

Telephone: 071 911 5159

Fax: 086 624 4773



Organic seeds

Available to order from Emma Kelly:

Inbox your orders to:

For complete List, please Email:

List of seeds – changing as the seasons all the time:

Maize: White, Popping, Sweetcorn.

Maize (limited): Rainbow Inca, Blue, Bloody Red.

Greens: Spinach (Sea Bolt), Swiss Chard, Rainbow Spinach etc.

Beans: Red Speckled Kidney, White, Ouma Sarie, Purple, Bountiful Stringless, Painted Lady Runner etc.

Peas: Pigeon, Cow, Sugar Pod, Sugar Daddy, Chick & Blue Podded.

Lettuce: Gourmet Mix, Mesculin Mix, Butterhead, Oak Leaf, Amish Deer Tongue etc.

Tomatoes: Mexican Yellow, Ox Heart, Florade, Yellow Pear, Purple Dragon, Cherry etc.

Cucumber: African Horned, Crystal Apple, Poona Keera, Long Slender etc.

Many others, incl. squash, sunflowers, rooted veggies, aubergine, brassicas, cabbage, peppers, fruits, herbs & grains.


UKUVUNA Optimized Sustainable Projects

(A Zulu word for Abundant Harvest)

All seeds are free of GMOs & organically grown. Contact them for a list of Summer & Winter Vegetables & Crops at Ukuvuna for sale.

John Nzira, Director

Tel: +27 (83) 665 3356

50 Pretorius Rd, President Park, Midrand, 1685

Visit their website for all our Services & Products:

PO Box 6032, Halfway House, 1685


Sow Delicious

Heirloom seed & garden gadgets. All seeds are organic, heirloom & open-pollinated varieties grown by specialized farmers who do not support GMOs. They are vehemently anti-GMO & have gone to great lengths to import only pure heirloom seed.

Contact Vanessa:




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