Survival Seeds: Heirloom Non-Hybrid Vegetable Garden Seeds

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If you ever find yourself in an emergency situation, survival seeds are one option to help sustain your life. They offer you the opportunity to grow a large garden of produce, providing nourishment, freshness and variety. Depending on your specific needs, you can opt for just one can with an assortment of unaltered seeds or buy a family size kit, which could probably generate enough food to feed a small army.


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A company with more than 40 years in the gardening business, Augason Farms created cans of seeds that have a shelf life for as long as five years. According to fellow consumers, they have reasonable prices, probably because their cans of survival seeds are more basic than other brands.

For instance, in a single number ten size can of Vegetable Garden Seeds, you can expect as many as 13 individual fruits or vegetables, as opposed to three kinds of tomatoes, two types of squash and other multiples of the same item. In their smallest can, you might enjoy the bounty of cantaloupe, pepper, romaine lettuce, corn and carrot seeds, to name a few.

The variety in Augason Farms products, which has the potential to yield more than 2,000 pounds of vegetables and fruit, is sure to give your body the nourishment it needs in the event you have no other food source.


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Guardian Grains and Herbs

As much as you love your veggies, life would be boring with no whole grain breads or fresh herbs. It might take some time to get accustomed to growing grains or herbs but when you think of the smell and taste of a pizza topped with fresh basil or a rye-stuffed turkey covered in rosemary and thyme, it all seems worth it. Lucky for you, Guardian offers cans of herb and grain seeds to add to your survival assortment.

Gardening Tools

Growing your survival seeds may not be an easy task to take on, especially if your land or local climate is less than favorable. One option for getting started is to invest in a kitchen seed-sprouting tray from companies like Mountain Valley Seed. These trays make the growing process simpler and claim to also reduce sprouting time.

Once your seeds begin to sprout, you might transfer them to small window planters until they are hardy enough to survive the outdoors. This is especially helpful if you are a novice gardener or did not plan ahead and start growing prior to the emergency situation with which you are now facing.


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Another product you might find useful in planting your emergency garden is the Dial Seed Sower. This simple, inexpensive device allows you to sow many of your survival seeds quickly and without stopping to switch tools, as it adjusts to accommodate five different seed sizes.

Most reviewers found this item to be helpful, as it sorts the seeds instead of dropping them all in one place. The only complaint appeared to be that larger seeds, such as pumpkin, could not fit in the sower and it was difficult to use for those with arthritis or tremors.


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Survival heirloom seeds can literally be a lifesaver if you ever find yourself in a situation without access to food. The cans and kits do range widely in price, some of which you may or may not find affordable, but when it comes down to it, how do you put a price on your health and life?

You should also try to start your garden now instead of holding on to the seeds, as they do take time to grow and unless you have experience, it is unlikely for your first attempt to have much success. However, once you get it right, you can harvest your own seeds and have an endless supply off which you can survive.


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