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|On Jan 21, 2010, MustafaMc Leland, MS wrote:
I had ordered San Marzano tomato seed, but the tomatoes were grape-sized instead of the expected plum-sized. The plants were also determinant while I was expecting them to be indeterminant. It seems they shipped the wrong seed.
On Jan 21, 2010, Ed Hume Seeds responded with:
"On Mar 26, 2010 1:46 PM, Ed Hume Seeds responded with:
We had responded directly to MustafaMc. He was correct, the grower had sent us the wrong seed. We pulled the seed from our line. And, replaced the seed for this customer."
|On Jun 28, 2009, WCarp Omak, WA wrote:
We planted some of their seeds (cucumbers-Straight Eight, I believe, lettuce-Red Sails, and parsley-Italian, Dark Green), this spring (2009) and had very poor germination for some reason. We are located in Eastern Washington.
On Jun 28, 2009, Ed Hume Seeds responded with:
"On Mar 26, 2010 1:51 PM, Ed Hume Seeds responded with:
We had responded to WCarp, replaced the seed and if my memory serves me right refunded his money. And, gave them a few ideas as to what may have caused the problems.
|On Aug 11, 2003, Qwaig wrote:
I had a lot of trouble using the back button on my browser when using their web site to purchase seeds. After making all my selections, I went to check out and the shopping cart was empty. It was a frustrating waste of time.
On Aug 11, 2003, Ed Hume Seeds responded with:
"On Mar 26, 2010 1:59 PM, Ed Hume Seeds responded with:
I do remember this order and we thought we had taken care of this gentleman's needs. If he did not get his packet of spinach it was a complete oversight on our part and I only wish he had let us know. All of our seeds are from the current crop, the freshest anyone can buy, they exceed State and National standards, so germination should not be a problem."