Seeds may become more valuable than gold in an economic collapse...
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Survival Seed Vault Produces many of hundreds of pounds of food from 1 compact container, for years to come!
Feed your family and friends this year and into the future with 100% NON HYBRID Seeds. You MUST use non-hybrid seeds in order to save seeds from your crops for future planting.
Now you can grow your Survival Garden for bountiful harvest anywhere in the country. Chosen for varieties that will grow in all zones.
We need to wake up now! If even half of the reports out on the world’s food supply are right, we’ve got real problems and they are coming to our town. Here are some articles I just found:
WorldNet Daily cites strong evidence that some government agencies are stockpiling huge amounts of canned food.
Jim Randas, former U.S. Intelligence officer, appeared on ABC telling Americans to start stockpiling food.
Grocery store prices are rising faster than any time in U.S. history.
Worldwide grain stocks are dropping precipitously as bio-fuels consume inventories… and on and on and on.
What will your family eat when grocery store shelves are empty?
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Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
2. First, in the center of each mound, plant five or six corn kernels in a small circle.
Sarah's Three Sisters
3. After a week or two, when the corn has grown to be five inches or so, plant seven or eight pole beans in a circle about six inches away from the corn kernels.
4. A week later, at the edge of the mound about a foot away from the beans, plant seven or eight
5. When the plants begin to grow, you will need to weed out all but a few of the sturdiest of the corn plants from each mound. Also keep the sturdiest of the bean and squash plants and weed out the weaker ones.
6. As the corn and beans grow up, you want to make sure that the beans are supported by cornstalks, wrapping around the corn. The squash will crawl out between the mounds, around the corn and beans.
The beans will help add nitrogen to the soil which is needed for the corn and the squash acts as a weed barrier and helps conserve moisture.
Be sure to plant your heirloom seeds from your Survival Seed Vault during this process so you can save your seeds for next year.
Enjoy your harvest!!!
Sunday, May 31, 2009
1. Nutritional Security – Seed varieties are being bred for many, many reasons. Typically for disease and pest resistance, look, transportability and other commercial criteria. Nutritional content is simply not one of the primary or typical criteria of the “hybridization” movement. Profit is. Unfortunately, as a consumer of produce you have no way of knowing whether your hybrid produce has high, medium or low nutritional content unless you take more accountability for the source. That means know your farmers or grow your own food! When you grow open pollinated (non-hybrid) varieties you are growing original strains with much higher nutritional content than varieties that have been bred for color, storability, portability, etc.
2. Food Supply Security – The economic crisis facing the United States and the world may come to a head in the food supply system. What are the real threats to food supply from the current economic crisis?
* If the economic downturn becomes inflationary, the cost of real goods, like groceries could skyrocket. It might become unmanageable very quickly, with cost of items like a loaf of bread going to $100 in paper money. It sounds unbelievable but this has actually happened countless times throughout the world and the signs of its potential abound now.
* Any reasonably concerned head of family or community would benefit form the simple insurance of non-hybrid seeds. The more the better. Savable, re-plantable seeds are simply a requirement in food security for the individual, family and community. This is no time for little packets of seeds. For a true sense of security in your food supply, ensure that you, your family and community have plenty of non-hybrid- seeds available for use and also for storage.
“2009 Money Printing Risks Igniting Hyper-inflationary Spiral”
3. Lower Cost of Living – In difficult times, one of the best ways to reduce your cost of living is growing your own food. In WWII 1940’s, America’s 20 Million “Victory Gardens” produced the same amount of food as the entire commercial farming industry! The economic crisis of 2009 may demand the return of home gardening as a way to endure and thrive in tough economic times. Saving your own seeds from your personal harvest is not only an immediate way to save money on next year’s produce, it’s the best long-term plan for economic security by lowering your cost of living immediately and permanently.
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Saturday, May 30, 2009
Natural disasters of any kind could come my way and wipe my garden out leaving me with nothing. No food and no seeds. It just pays to have a back up plan (or seeds). It's just the way of a prepper.
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Friday, May 29, 2009
Whether for personal, family or group use, or for investment-grade seeds,
ask yourself these things first:
1. How Fresh Are My Seeds?
Do you know? You should. Is your seed supplier able to provide fresh seed when you order? Heirloom Organics supplies ONLY seeds from the most recent crops available. We ship large volumes, we package to order and our seeds stocks are constantly rotated to ensure that your seeds are the freshest possible and will deliver the longest shelf-life possible. Some of our “competitors” are still selling seeds from stocks that are 3-5 years old. The only way you can know is to insist that your seed supplier provide seed “lot information”, along with “germination rates and test dates”. If your seed supplier does not provide this information you should be concerned that your seeds are not fresh. Heirloom Organics provides seed lot, germination and test information for EVERY variety, in EVERY seed pack we sell.
2. Am I Truly getting the most seed for my money?
This year size matters! You need to get the largest amount of seed for the smallest amount of money you can, period. You need to buy from the largest, most reputable seed supplier who can deliver fresh, properly processed, wholesale priced seed directly to you. No middlemen, no resellers, no joke. This is not a casual gardening year. This year your investment in seeds could be the most important investment you make and you need to make sure you get the most for your money. Heirloom Organics is the largest supplier of exclusively non-hybrid seeds in North America. We deliver the freshest seed with the lowest price, properly processed and straight to your door with no middlemen.
3. Are my seeds packaged for long-term storage? Truly? How do I know? Who says?
The United States Dept. of Agriculture has been researching the long term storage of seeds for decades at their Seed Bank Facility (now known as NCGRP) in Ft. Collins Colorado http://www.ars.usda.gov/Main/docs.htm?docid=17922 . The USDA has indicated that 2 factors are most important in the preservation of seed viability (germination rate) over time: Temperature and moisture content. Many “survival” seed suppliers confuse the methods for storing food (which is inactive) with the methods for storing seeds (which are alive). For example, “canning” or vacuum-packing seeds in order to reduce oxygen is great for preserving food yet can actually destroy seeds. It IS NOT RECOMMENDED that you remove oxygen from seed storage. IT IS RECOMMENDED that you reduce the moisture content of the seeds prior to sealing them for storage. This will increase the shelf-life up to many years beyond their “normal” shelf-life. Heirloom Organics is the ONLY seed supplier that has studied and implemented these long-term storage methods. We call this method Seed Archiving. If you are purchasing seeds for your self, family, group or for investment, your “return” is the germination rate (what percentage of seeds sprout and become plants). The lower the germination rate the lower your “return” on this investment. Be sure you are making the right investment choice. Choose Archival Seeds.
4. Is my seed purchase going to truly fit my needs?
How well is your set of non-hybrid seeds going to fit your needs? Some non-hybrid seed suppliers provide 1 or 2 “canned” sets of seeds with no concern for growing zones, ease of use, local environment, or group situation. Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs are specifically designed for use within the most common environmental and social conditions. Whether you are a single person in the city, a family in the suburbs or a church group in the country, Heirloom Organics Seed Packs are designed with your needs in mind.
5. Am I going to receive assistance in planning, planting, tending and harvesting my garden? How is that?
We publish the LARGEST ORGANIC GROWING GUIDE ON THE INTERNET. Fully searchable, complete with information on preparation, seed propagation, transplanting, maintaining, harvesting and seed-saving. You will have free, 24/7 year-round access to this remarkable resource. Free to ALL our customers.
6. What kind of guarantee does my seed supplier give? Truly?
Here is the list of guarantees from Heirloom Organics.
- Satisfaction Guarantee – If for any reason, you are not 100% satisfied with our seed packs, Heirloom Organics will return your money. Period.
- Shipment Guarantee – Heirloom Organics guarantees we will ship your order in the time we quote. Period.
- True Seed Guarantee – Heirloom Organics guarantees we will provide the seed we specify, with full disclosure of seed lot#, germination rate and test data. Every time.
- Archival Guarantee – We guarantee that each seed has been processed to reduce moisture content prior to sealing, rendering an “archival” quality seed, with longer shelf-life.
- Integrity Guarantee – We guarantee that Heirloom Organics operates with the utmost attention to integrity in business.
7. If Seeds become short (difficult to get) and rise dramatically in value, will I have an outlet for selling mine? (This will probably happen)
If the economic downturn continues and turns to hyper-inflation, goods will become far more valuable than money itself. This has happened many times all over the world. In these extreme circumstances basic necessities such as food, and seeds become the most valuable goods available. As money declines in value these things rise right along with gold, other precious metals and other basic commodities. Vegetable garden seeds, being a concentrated food-source, are perhaps the MOST valuable commodity of all in such conditions. Certainly the most compact value one can think of! For most of 2008, gold was valued between $700 and $900 an ounce. If paper money “tanks” and hard goods become king, seed will dominate the landscape. and.....who knows, maybe seeds will reach hundreds of dollars an ounce. Heirloom Organics is preparing for just this sort of occurrence with the Open Seed Exchange (OSX), an online trading system for high-value seeds in a hyper-inflationary economy. In short, if you buy seeds from Heirloom Organics now, you will have access to the trading system once it becomes necessary and available and will be able to trade seeds for cash or other commodities. We are sorry, OSX is available ONLY to owners of Heirloom Organics non-hybrid seeds in unopened archival packaging. Since we can only guarantee seeds we know, we can only provide this trading platform to those who own the seeds we know.
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Wednesday, May 27, 2009
What will your family eat when grocery store shelves are empty?
Don't wait to find out then !!!! Get your Survival Seed Vault TODAY and ensure your families survival before, during and after the economic collapse !!!!
Grow food for pennies per pound and save the seed too !!! Heirloom seeds will provide you with a lifetime of food and security !!!
Monday, May 25, 2009
Beans: Contender Bush, Approx. 136
Beet: Early Wonder, Approx 320
Broccoli: Green Sprouting, Approx. 1,000
Cabbage: Copenhagen Market, Approx. 2,000
Carrots: Scarlet Nantes, Approx. 2,400
Corn: Trucker's Favorite, Approx. 250
Cucumber: Marketeer, Approx. 256
Lettuce: Black Seeded Simpson, Approx. 5,600
Lettuce: Paris Island Romaine, Approx. 2,800
Melon: Iroquois, Approx. 120
Oats: Drummond, Approx. 4,400
Peas: Alaska, Approx. 180
Radish: Cherry Belle, Approx. 650
Spinach: Noble Giant, Approx. 625
Squash: Grey Zucchini, Approx. 60
Squash: Yellow Crookneck, Approx. 60
Swiss Chard: Fordhook, Approx. 187
Tomato: Large Red Cherry, Approx. 1,250
Tomato: Beefsteak, Approx. 1,250
Turnips: Purple Top White Globe, Approx. 4,430
Watermelon: Sugar Baby, Approx. 25
Wheat: Soft White, Approx. 2,400
These seed counts are all approximate but pretty close to the advertised count. They many vary just a little either way due to weight.