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|On Nov 10, 2012, pablopz1 Cuenca
Posted on October 30, 2012, updated November 10, 2012
On November 10th, 2012, pablopz1 changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
Well they have responded kindly and I have apologized explaining his reason. Now I just hope that the seeds come soon, then write another review
|On Mar 28, 2012, MlissCA Hayward, CA wrote:
I have ordered from TGS the last two years. They are a mixed bag.
|On Apr 13, 2010, gretzky99 Randall, IA wrote:
I have orderd from TGS in the past with no problems. However, this year I too have had horrible germination rates. Fortunately, I only ordered two packets, but so far neither has topped 25%. This is well below the usual standard I am used to from this company. Not sure what has happened, but it seems this is a common theme this year. I'll leave the rating as neutral because of my past success with them. If it had only been one packet, and if I hadn't seen that others were having the same problems, I probably would have still left it as positive.
|On Feb 19, 2008, stevejer Underwood, IA wrote:
I have ordered from Tomato Growers Supply for several years, but my most recent experience was sort of annoying. I ordered, among other things, a packet of Aji Dulce pepper seed and Neves Azorean Red tomato seed. I received two packets of the Azorean Red and no Aji Dulce. I called and was told that the pepper seed would be mailed to me. I asked if I should return the extra packet; the customer rep said yes. I returned it with a note of explanation but my pepper seed never did show up. Only one seed packet, but still it rankles, especially since the company's customer service number is not a toll-free number.
|On Apr 1, 1999, davelorentz wrote:
I haven't had too much luck with tomatoes due to blight, but heard about this place from a local garden shop & figured that if anybody would have some resistant varieties, they would. I had had no idea there were so many kinds of tomatoes until their catalog arrived. I went through & ordered the number of varieties I figured I would have room for - not only tomatoes, but also bell peppers and chilies - and they arrived in plenty of time before I needed to start them indoors. However, the seed envelopes had no spacing information on them. I tried to call them to ask for such info, but the line was perpetually busy that day, so I sent them a letter. To date they have not responded.It's getting close to the time for starting them, and I also have to plan my garden, so I tried to call them again today, with again longtime busy on both customer service and order lines. Finally I got through on their 800 number, only to find their horticulturalist out.The saga continues…