Shipping & Returns
General Shipping Information
- All orders are processed Monday - Thursday, and we do not ship on the weekends. Any orders placed on Friday - Sunday are processed on Monday.
- All orders ship out within 2 business days. If there are any exceptions, we will reach out to you within 24 hours of placing your order.
- All orders are sent standard 2-6 business day delivery via UPS Ground.
- Products ship via UPS and we do not accept PO BOX addresses for delivery on those orders.
Order delays may occur when inclement weather is impacting our farm due to its location, our shipping carriers, or our vendors.
Local Pick Up
Currently, we do not offer local pick up. If you are located close to Cedar Key, Florida, our local nursery Barnhill Landscapes carries our Stinkwater® products. For more information, visit their site: www.barnhilllandscapes.com
6850 NW 100th Street
Chiefland, FL 32626
If you are interested in purchasing Stinkwater® in larger quantities, or are looking to carry Stinkwater® products in your store, please reach out to us via our Contact Us page with the details of your inquiry.
We do not accept any returns. Any items you purchased that you received flawed or defective, please email us right away at email@example.com. We will need photographs and documentation of the issue and will work to resolve promptly.
How Do We Use Stinkwater®?
When using Stink Water Nutrient Water, rest assured there’s no risk of burning roots like many fertilizers. It can be used in its full strength or diluted – it’s entirely up to you! Aside from promoting growth, it can be added to an irrigation system which would dilute the nutrient water while still providing a constant influx of much-needed minerals to your plants and soil.
It is intended to be sprayed either on plants or directly into the soil before replanting, which we now know how vital silt water can be for infertile land.
We recommend applying Stinkwater® to the soil in the late afternoon to minimize the effects of evaporation. Doing this will also allow the roots absorb more of the nutrient water into the evening hours.