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Prepper Seed Vault Start Pack 24 Vegetable Garden Varieties Pack! Prepper seed Vault – Free shipping

24 Vegetable Garden Varieties Pack! Prepper seed Vault – Free shipping – $23.76

SURVIVAL GARDEN SEED CACHE ORGANIC 151 Heirloom Varieties! WITH $30 HERB PACK – $165.89

350+ Heirloom Vegetable Seed 7 Variety Garden Pack #1 Emergency Survival Non-GMO – $8.99

EMERGENCY GARDEN 20,000 Seeds 20 Variety HEIRLOOM NON-GMO VEGETABLE SEED PACK – $22.00

Herb Seeds Variety Pack, 10 Non GMO Herb Seed Mix for Herb Garden, Free Shipping – $13.95

13,500 Heirloom Seeds Bank Non GMO Survival Pack 31 Vegetables Emergency Garden – $42.99

24 Vegetable Garden Varieties Pack! Prepper Seed Vault – Free shipping For Homesteading

Check out these seed deals on Ebay.   Want to start a prepper seed vault but not sure where to begin?  These should get you started.

24 Vegetable Garden Varieties Pack! Prepper seed Vault – Free shipping – $16.63

SURVIVAL GARDEN SEED CACHE ORGANIC 151 Heirloom Varieties! WITH $30 HERB PACK – $165.89

Herb Seeds Variety Pack, 10 Non GMO Herb Seed Mix for Herb Garden, Free Shipping – $13.95

350+ Heirloom Vegetable Seed 7 Variety Garden Pack #1 Emergency Survival Non-GMO – $8.99

Garden Survival Seed Cache 42,000 Seed; 126 Heirloom Varieties+ $30 HERB PACK – $142.99

Survival Garden 15,000 Non GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Survival Garden 32 Pack – $40.29

Peaches & Cream Corn Seeds | Fresh Garden Seeds

101+ Indian Corn Seeds – EASIEST CORN TO GROW

*Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
*Sunlight: Partial Shade, Full Sun
*Type: Vegetable Seeds
*Vegetable Type: Corn
*Soil Type: Loam, Peat, Sand
*USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 3 (-40 to -30 °F)
*Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate

25 GLASS GEM CORN SEEDS HEIRLOOM 2021 ORGANIC ( U.S SELLER! NON-GMO!)

*Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
*Sunlight: Partial Shade, Full Sun
*Type: Vegetable Seeds
*Vegetable Type: Corn
*Soil Type: Loam, Peat, Sand
*USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 3 (-40 to -30 °F)
*Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate

15+Tendergreen Improved Green Bush Bean seeds Stringless Bean Heavy producer USA

Beans have been a staple of human diet for thousands of years.  If you are interested in gardening, there are few plants easier to grow than the humble bean.

Green Bush Bean seeds Stringless Bean Heavy producer


Features
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Common Name: Bean
Type: Vegetable Seeds

Jackson Wonder Lima Bean Seed (Bush type)


Features
Type: Vegetable Seeds
Common Name: Bean

Cowpea Bean Seeds | Heirloom Non-GMO Variety


Features
Type: Vegetable Seeds
Aspect: East-facing
Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Peat, Sand
Common Name: Bean
Climate: Dry, Sub-tropical, Temperate, Tropical
Sunlight: Full Sun
Watering: Medium
Vegetable Type: Bean
Season of Interest: Summer
USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 5 (-20 to -10 °F)

Stockpiling Seeds For a Doomsday / SHTF Event

Doomsday Survivalist Seed Stockpile

Interested in stockpiling survivalist seeds for a doomsday / SHTF event? Then you have arrived at the right place. This article will cover various aspects of stockpiling survivalist seeds for doomsday.

The purpose of this article about stockpiling survivalist seeds is to help the first time seed buyer. If someone has never bought their first seed, this article is to help that person make an informed decision.

Heirloom / open pollinated – Bear true to form. Meaning, if the seeds are saved and planted, the resulting plant will be just like the parent.

Hybrid Seeds – Cross pollinated between two related plants. The seeds can be saved from the cross pollinated plant, but the child may or may not be like the parents. Saved seeds from hybrids may or may not be like the parents, may be sterile… chances are will not bear true to form.

There is a misconception that stockpiling hybrid seeds are bad. Hybrids can sometimes be more drought, pest and disease resistant than their parents. It is perfectly fine to stockpile hybrid seeds, just realize saving the seeds is a gamble.

GMO Seeds – Modified on the genetic level. For example, some scientist may take a gene from a puffer fish and splice it into a corn seed. The corn plant would then produce a toxin which would kill bugs.

Stockpiling Seeds For Doomsday / SHTF – YouTube

Growing Period

Reviewing Your SHTF Seed Stockpile

Snap beans for a shtf survival garden

Spring is just a couple of months away. As the warm weather gets closer, some of us are going to be putting seeds in the ground in 6 – 7 weeks.

Over the next few weeks the local feed and fertilizer stores will start getting their shipments in. As the stores start to get their seeds in, now is a good time to review your seed stockpile.

Last year my wife and I planted 1/4 acre of corn and peas. But due to the drought, nothing came up. This year I plan on planting a garden a little smaller and a little closer to home so I can get a water hose to the plants. This year I need to replace the seeds that we pout out last year.

When stockpiling seeds for a home garden, and especially for a long term SHTF survival situation, its important to have seeds that will provide a balanced diet.

Unless you have access to livestock or land to go hunting on, one of the most important types of seeds that you can stockpile is pinto beans. Pinto beans are a good source of protein. Its such a good source of protein, vegans use pinto beans as a replacement for meat.

Projects for 2012

snap beans survivalist garden

Some random thoughts about projects I want to work on during 2012.

Build a portable chicken coop
Plant a summer garden
Look into building a rabbit pen
Stockpile more seeds

The chicken coop I am looking at building is going to be 4 feet wide, 4 feet tall and 10 feet long. The unit is is going to have a coop on top of the pen, with maybe 4 – 6 boxes for laying hens. No roosters, all the chickens will be for will be eggs. Plucking chickens is a pain, it would be a lot easier and productive to harvest the eggs, and that is what my wife and I am planning on doing.

Growing Squash and Zucchini In a Survivalist Garden

zucchini survivalist garden

Squash and Zucchini – Squash and Zucchini belong to the same family, and they have the same fertilizer requirements, so lets talk about them at the same time.

One of the benefits of Squash and Zucchini – they can be eaten raw. So you do not have to use precious fuel cooking Squash or Zucchini. For for the namesake of sanitation, lets cook your food to kill any bacteria on it.

Fertilizer – use a well balanced fertilizer such as 13-13-13. Your going to need nitrogen for leaf production and pot ash for the Squash or Zucchini to form.

On the plant there is a female and a male pod. Pollination usually occurs early in the morning while its still cool and the honey bees are out. The bee has to go from the flower on the male pod, to the female flower.

If you want to save the seeds from your squash or zucchini plants, do not plant the two species close to each other. The two types of plants will cross pollinate and the resulting seed will be a hybrid.

Stockpiling SHTF Survival Garden Seeds

snap beans potatoes survival garden

Every survivalist should have seeds stockpiled for a survival garden. The first questions is, why would anyone need a “survival garden?” During extended wide spread disasters, food production and shipments might get disrupted. Most grocery stores only have a few days worth of supplies in their warehouse. When the panic buying kicks in, those stocks could be wiped out in a matter of hours.

In the days before a hurricane makes landfall, local grocery stores are cleaned out. There is no reason to think the same thing will not happen if there is an outbreak of some kind of new disease, or some kind of other world wide event.

During outbreaks of the plague in the middle ages, starvation was a serious issue. As farmers were dying off, and the merchants died off, there was nobody to raise the food or ship it to the cities. People who live in an urban environment, and who depend on the grocery store for their food – they especially need to take home gardening very seriously.

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