Couldn't answer any questions about the strains I wanted to know about on their shelf.
To top it, I mentioned I was looking for C99 in seed or clone form and was told it wouldn't be a good choice for our area/pacific northwest. I laughed because I had been growing it here for years before I let the strain go to rotate in some new variety. I didn't mention this because he was still going on about how it was a horrible strain for around here. Saying if I did grow it, I would only get about 35% of the harvest that somebody would in southern California. He said the potency would be weaker too. He then (without skipping a beat) tried to push some strain on me that he again didn't really know anything about. "it's an Indica" and "it get's you really high" is all he had for me. SATIVA dominate. That's what I had been asking about.
Same method of sales has been used forever. Talk trash and lie about what the customer came in for if you don't have it. Then, sell them something you do have.
The information he was spewing was borderline retarded. I never talked about if I was growing indoors or out, but I have had great results with C99 both ways. I didn't buy anything and wouldn't go back either.