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Kenneth, Deborah & Royce Blackledge

66435 270th Lane

Nevada, IA  50201

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Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability

We cannot guarantee that our garlic will perform up to your expectations.  Garlic growing is affected by many factors, including, but not limited to, soil conditions, climate and weather conditions, the amounts of weed and pest pressure, and the amount of care given to tending the crop in a timely fashion.  Before purchasing seed garlic, you should check to see if the varieties you are planning on planting are right for your climate; some garlic varieties do better in colder climates and some do better in warmer ones.

Although large diameters of garlic are more highly esteemed for planting and therefore cost more, any size diameter of garlic can be planted (as well as eaten), and, if the planting conditions are favorable, each succeeding generation of garlic bulbs will generally grow larger.  But garlic bulbs can also grow larger due to liberal fertilization, which isn’t necessarily good, and smaller sizes of garlic bulbs tend to keep longer, so emphasizing size alone probably isn’t the best criteria in evaluating garlic bulbs.  Garlic, like other plants, tend to adapt to the locale in which they’re grown over a period of years, so putting aside a portion of your harvest for fall planting each year will likely, over the long term, give you garlic more specifically adapted to your particular growing conditions.

If, however, you are unhappy with our garlic size or quality upon receipt of order, you may return it within 30 days of receiving it, and we will refund the cost of the garlic and shipping expense.  We will not be responsible for garlic shipped in cold weather which arrives frozen (so best to order early in the fall!), or any damage the garlic receives after having been received or planted.

We sell our garlic until what we have available is depleted, so please order early to insure that you receive what you order (first-come, first-served basis).  Check our web site from mid-summer-on to see when pre-ordering begins and when the crops are actually harvested.


Black Cat Acres
66435 270 Ln
Nevada, IA 50201


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