Terms and Conditions

Order procedure:

All orders or requests must be emailed or faxed to us. We have attached an order form for your conven-

ience. No orders made telephonically will be accepted. You will be contacted by e-mail with information

confirming stock availability. You will then be able to decide whether you would like part of your order back-

logged for when availability occurs.

Seed availability:

All seeds are subject to availability. We operate with a “first order first served” policy. A reminder that you

may subscribe or request a current availability list. We encourage you to order seeds out of season or

seeds that are not in stock well in advance to avoid disappointment. These orders are subject to availability

of crop.

Prices:

Prices on the list are for quantities of 1000 or 1kg unless otherwise specified. Any order requirements of

smaller quantities will be negotiated. Depending on supply or demand, prices are subject to

change.

Minimum order:

There is no minimal order for those who reside in the RSA.

For export customers please see Payment advice.

Payment advice:

We accept bank deposits and internet transfers. For export customers we accept bank wires and PayPal.

However, all bank charges on orders valued less than 10 000ZAR will be to the expense of the customer.

These costs are estimated at about 7% of the total value.

Payment terms:

For large quantity orders, a down payment of 50% would be required.

Once orders have been dispatched an invoice will be issued to the customer and once payment is made

and confirmed the order will be sent.

Mail or shipping procedure and costs:

Postal or shipping costs are to be charged to the customer.

All local orders are posted normal mail or if requested with overnight couriers.

For export orders we make use of Express mail service or flight couriers (whichever suits the customer)

The customer assumes all responsibility of goods from the time of dispatch.

All tracking numbers or details will be passed on to the customer as soon as the information is available.

Foreign requirements charges:

It is the customers responsibility to meet all regulation requirements for their country.

Afro Indigenous is able to supply on request a Phytosanitary certificate and necessary permits required

issued by the department of agriculture. These charges, Phytosanitary certificate ($70.00/ document) will be

to the customers invoice.

Warranty and disclaimer

Afro Indigenous will not be held responsible for indirect loss or damage caused by a lack of germination.

Please inspect your product on arrival and report in writing within 7 days any problems you may find. Most

varieties are known to expect a 75% germination rate. Seed quantities  are compiled by careful measure of

weight or volume.Further to this each quantity receives 10% extra seed added.This is with the exeption of

rare and special seed. However should you have a problem with germination, we will gladly do what we can

to assist you after we are satisfied with our investigations.¬† Afro indigenous limits it’s liability to the purchase

price of the species in question.

Because shelf life varies on all seed it is important to store your seed correctly if you are not ready to plant.

We will gladly be on standby should any advise be required.

Afro Indigenous will not be held responsible for natural causes resulting in late dispatch. We endevour to

keep you informed of climatic and seasonal changes which may result in delay.