Knowingly selling, advertising or displaying damaged, misrepresented or mislabeled nursery stock prohibited
No person shall knowingly offer to sell, advertise or display nursery stock:
(1) That is dead, in a dying condition, seriously broken, desiccated, frozen or damaged by freezing, or materially damaged in any way.
(2) By any methods which have the capacity and tendency or effect of deceiving any purchaser or prospective purchaser as to the quantity, size, grade, kind, species, name, age, variety, maturity, condition, vigor, hardiness, number of times transplanted, growth ability, growth characteristics, rate of growth or time required before flowering or fruiting, price, origin or place where grown, or in any other material respect.
(3) That fails to meet the grade with which it is labeled.
(4) By making other false or fraudulent representations in connection with the sale of nursery stock. [1963 c.461 §20]
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