Incline Village, NV, April 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America, a seed company that sells organic non-hybrid seeds on Amazon.com, has made its Q&A board available to the public. The said discussion board is the perfect place for customers and other potential shoppers to ask questions directly to the company regarding its seed products.
Home and Garden America's CEO and Founder, Chuck Harmon, responds to the questions himself so that customers can get the answers they need and make an informed decision before buying.
"Amazon's free Q&A feature is really a helpful device that helps us communicate better with our clientele. Through it, we're able to talk more about our products and address any inquiries our customers may have. In fact, I encourage everyone to ask about our organic seed packs. I'd be happy to answer them," said Harmon.
As of now, Harmon has personally addressed 51 customer questions on the Amazon discussion board. People wonder most about the type, variety, quantity, and shelf life of the seeds. They also want to know if the seeds can grow in a particular hardiness zone.
Another popular question is how to properly keep the seeds for long-term storage. This is very interesting to customers especially since many of them buy the seeds for survival purposes. Here's what Harmon had to say on the subject:
"You can store the seeds right in the laminated foil bag if you prefer, but the most ideal container is a resealable glass jar. Mason jars, spaghetti jars, pickle jars or any other jar with a self-sealing lid will do. Simply place the seed packets into a jar and store them in a cool, dark and dry environment. If you're going for long-term storage, then freezing the seeds will deliver the most effective results."
The practical tips from Home and Garden America's CEO himself have been helpful to many customers. Thanks to the Q&A board, the company is able to share solid advice with the Amazon community.
"Customer service is very important to us, that's why we're using the discussion board to our advantage. We're looking forward to more inquiries from our clientele so that we can assist them in any way we can," Harmon concluded.
More information is available on Home and Garden America's official Q&A board.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on several topics, and his knowledge in organic gardening is no exception. He only plants non-hybrid seeds to ensure top-quality vegetables.