A.P. Whaley Seed Company is committed to your satisfaction. We pride ourselves in offering only the highest quality seeds: those free of GMOs, noxious weeds and other invasive species, and produced by growers that are supportive of sustainable agricultural practices. Limitation of Liability: The sole remedy for loss or damages shall be limited to the purchase price of the seed. Shipping charges are not refundable. Under no circumstances will A. P. Whaley LLC be liable for consequential damages. All claims must be submitted to A. P. Whaley LLC in writing no more than 30 days from the date of purchase.
For wholesale pricing and availability, please contact our office at (608) 437-9081.
Watermelon Fruit Blotch Waiver
Watermelon Fruit Blotch Disease is a serious disease that can be introduced to plants through watermelon seeds, transplants, or spread from other hosts. The disease affects watermelon plants and fruits and can lead to lost fruit production and reduced yields. When plants are infected, the disease most affects watermelons grown in high humidity areas, such as Florida and parts of the Southeastern United States. The disease is generally of more importance to large-scale growers and it is industry practice for waiver notification on large watermelon seed orders.
While our seeds are not known to carry this disease, this notice serves the release of A. P. Whaley LLC liability due to any possibility of damages due to Watermelon Fruit Blotch Disease. We do not distribute or sell seeds that are known to harbor this disease, but due to testing limitations, we cannot 100% guarantee seeds are free of any pathogen. By purchasing seed watermelon seed from our company, you are releasing A. P. Whaley LLC from any liability for consequential damages related to Watermelon Fruit Blotch disease and are planting at your own risk and liability.
Watermelon seeds not accepted under this agreement may be returned to us within 30 days for a full refund as long as the package has not been opened.
Please contact us at email@example.com for any questions or concerns about watermelon fruit blotch disease.