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Why preppers should stock survival seeds: Sure, you can hunt
meat for protein in a survival scenario, but millions of gun owners
across America will have the same idea. So what long term
protein source can you rely on? Your garden!

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The Survival Seed Vault includes:
  • Blue Lake Bean more than 150 seeds
  • California Wonder Pepper more than 70 seeds
  • Scarlet Nantes Carrot more than 800 seeds
  • Marketmore Cucumber more than 150 seeds
  • Parris Island Cos Romaine Lettuce more than 900 seeds
  • Golden Acre Cabbage more than 530 seeds
  • Detroit Dark Red Beet more than 260 seeds
  • Lincoln Shell Pea more than 100 seeds
  • Lucullus Swiss Chard more than 160 seeds
  • Beefsteak Tomato more than 180 seeds
  • Champion Radish more than 320 seeds
  • Green Sprouting Broccoli more than 500 seeds
  • Waltham Butternut Winter Squash more than 100 seeds
  • Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach more than 260 seeds
  • Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion more than 145 seeds
  • Golden Bantam Sweet Corn more than 250 seeds
  • Hales Best Cantaloupe more than 70 seeds
  • Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower more than 285 seeds
  • Black Beauty Zucchini more than 50 seeds
  • Crimson Sweet Watermelon more than 60 seeds

Grow your own!
Preparedness goes beyond what's in the pantry. Sure, you can
hunt meat for protein in a survival scenario, but millions of gun
owners across America will have the same idea. So what long
term protein source can you rely on? Your garden! Fresh foods
packed with phyto nutrients will help give your family an edge on

  • What to plant in your survival garden:
  • Grow tomatoes and cucumbers. These two crops yield the
    highest mass of food for your survival.
  • Try also growing your own potatoes, mushrooms and herbs?
    Amazon carries seed potatoes, mushroom kits, herb kits and
    so much more.
  • You can even grow your own oats.
  • Have fun growing pre-stratified thornless blackberries. Pre-
    stratified means the seeds have been wet stored for two
    months at approximately 3 degrees C to simulate their
    natural dormant stage and are ready to start germination
    when you receive them. Plants are grown in the northern
    climates for cold hardiness yet produce abundant fruit.
    Children absolutely go wild during picking, and these are

  • Sprout your own: Did you know your sprouting seeds need
    oxygen? Dormant seeds give off carbon dioxide: they need
    oxygen to sprout! Pour seeds out of their storage container
    once a year to give them an oxygen bath. When you're ready
    to sprout: rinse beans and seeds in a quart of distilled or
    purified drinking water (such as with a Big Berkey Water
    Filter), after draining the rinse water, soak them in a
    lukewarm bath of freshly filtered or distilled water to avoid
    fluoride, chlorine or salt-softeners. An ideal sprouting tray is
    the Victorio VKP1014 4-Tray Kitchen Seed Sprouter, pictured
    immediate right.There are nine good reasons to give
    sprouting a go!

Imagine growing food in your garden that you only have to plant
once in your life-time. A Secret Garden of Survival can be yours
when you know how to grow a camouflaged food- forest. Get
started planing a secret survival garden...
Preppers save seeds for the future!
Saving seeds makes sense, and preppers recognize this. Preppers
save open-pollinated seeds, also called Heirloom or survival
seeds. Preppers are just like their grandparents!

In wartime, people created victory gardens as a way to
supplement the enforced rationing. The government encouraged
canning. While the fashion of victory gardens had subsided,
people today are again awakening to the need to create survival
gardens and canning. In fact, preppers have a mantra: "Grow
food, not lawns!"

Get in with the organic trend and stay healthy. Savvy consumers
recognizing the imminent
dangers of GMO products on the market,
like corn, which is 96% GMO, and desperately want to preserve
seed for the future. The solution is survival seeds! Survival seeds
ensure you will have and abundant source of food when the
canned foods, dried foods, and freeze dried foods run out, and
when the hunt hasn't been very successful. Even in winter you can
sprout seeds to provide your family with nutrition.

Survival Seed Vault.
Triple sealed in the can, mylar and resealable bags inside the
mylar, the Survival Seed Vault provides the ultimate  "peas" of
mind. Pictured below, the Survival Seed Vault is the top selling
survival seed on Amazon. It includes 20 varieties of easy to grow
varieties for helping you create the ultimate victory garden. And
it's no wonder, because the vault is extensive.
Survival Garden Seeds
Saving seeds for preparedness and growing your own

Grow a secret survival garden!
Imagine growing food in your garden that you only have to plant
once in your life-time, such is the topic of a very popular book
called Secret Garden of Survival: How to grow a camouflaged food-
forest, pictured immediate right. A survival garden, popularized on
Doomsday Castle by National Geographic, takes up very little
space, and  can provide food for you and your family for the next
30 years!

Grow A Secret Survival Garden
A survival garden will grow five times more food per square foot
than traditional or commercial gardening. Best of all, you'll never
have to weed, never have to use fertilizers and never need

Human and animal predators will not find your living grocery store
as your secret survival garden will be disguised as overgrown
underbrush. Get started in one growing season!

Buy only Open-pollinated Seeds for Survival
Few people know this: most of seed sold today can never be used
to produce "true seeds" for the future! Back in the day, farmers
saved a portion of seed to plant the following year's crops. The
seeds were "open pollinated seeds" (naturally pollinated by
insects and the open wind).

Unfortunately, today's seeds are mostly hybrid, which means
pollination is artificial. Hybrid seeds are controlled by a cross of
two parent plants. Generally, hybrid seeds are sterile: they won't
reproduce well on their own. F1 Hybrids are first generation
hybrids and produce unstable varieties, and are normally fertile.

Taking hybrid to the next level is a genetically modified (GMO)
variety where gene splicing occurs: mixing different species. GMO
seed includes a "terminator" technology rendering them sterile.
This method has served our society to an extent. For a mass
production food system the benefits of GMO seeds are uniform
crops; however, the sterilization process mostly benefits big
business patent-holders (such as Monsanto) and its shareholders,
because anyone who wants to grow food must purchase seeds
annually. What's more, no one really knows the long term effects
of these seeds, and Monsanto won't provide scientists with
adequate research data.

In short, Monsanto maintains careful control over the seeds to the
extent of suing farmers for saving seed, particularly corn.
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