So detailed and thorough
So detailed and thorough
NCSU's Carnivore Nut
Original President of the CCPS & Co-Founder
better than the lack of response im getting now
He told me for my 'Ed' that "The shipping date (June) gives you a rough estimate when to await your plants." However, when I looked at the order form, I saw the date 07/ 2013. I asked him if that meant the shipping date was the 7th of June, but the date format was different and he told me that "7/13 means July" (not sure how this happened with a shipping date for June :/ ). Knowing that I would be gone most of July, I contacted him to have him ship on the next shipment in September instead of early/mid July. I hope this helps with getting everyone's orders sorted out, but then again I'm not entirely sure if my order was just an oddball that got its shipment moved to July or if everyone's shipment got moved to July for some reason :/ .
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well he has a june and july ship date that are two seperate imports. so hopefully im not still waiting in a month
Wistuba is notoriously bad at maintaining contact and communicating with customers, not to mention the very long wait. Can't say he is necessarily to be blamed though. Think of all the phytosanitary paperwork he has to go through and all the individual customers he is dealing with, on top of his field work...
That doesn't make it much less frustrating for the customers, but he does have an unprecedented variety of plants in his sales catalogue, so we buy from him. I have a pending order that is supposed to be shipped in July (ordered in April).
My Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...29#post1089429
such impatience! Used to be you would order and wait 6-12 months for a shipment from AW instead of 6 - 12 weeks.
did you also have to walk to school uphill both ways?
I am trying whatever possible, but there are only so many eMails, I am capable to answer. I am not a big company but a one-man operation (with a few helpers) and there is so much more work to do in the greenhouse, with tissue cultures, etc. than to answer many many e-mails. I regularly get 20-30 mails per day, so you might have a clue what this means after you had to stay in bed with fever for a week not being able to work at all. For this reason (fever and a very bad sinusitis during which I was not able to work much at all) I had to delay June shipment by a week - originally I had planned to ship one week earlier.
Anyway, as I am still in June-Schedule for the shipment, I do not really see much of a reason for complaints.
All the best
I'm amazed at just how many people wait until summer to place their orders for heat sensitive plants.
Last edited by mass; 06-24-2013 at 05:02 PM.