Occasionally male plants appear when customers have ordered feminised seeds.
This is a rare occurrence but we need to know about it so we can feed back to suppliers, and replace the faulty seeds. It is normally due to issues within the feminisation process.
We recommend all clients with male plants, who are growing legally, check their order before letting us know. A few clients have ordered ‘regular’ seeds and then complained to us.
When contacting us please make sure you provide the following:
• Order number
• Number of male plants
• Details on Environment
• Clear photos
We will can then process your enquiry efficiently.