In an effort to keep the seeds they sell as pure as possible, owners of the Hudson Valley Seed Library pick their seeds mainly by hand. SurvivalSeeds4Patriots officials applaud this commitment to preserving agricultural diversity.
Sep 11, 2015 /prREACH/ -- Talk about going old school. Owners of the Hudson Valley Seed Library in Accord, N.Y., harvest their seeds the old fashioned way – by hand. They then sell only heirloom seeds or varieties naturally pollinated by the wind, insects or birds, according to a recent report from ABC News.
Officials at SurvivalSeeds4Patriots admire this commitment to preserving agricultural diversity. Believing that genetically-modified foods have not been studied thoroughly enough to evaluate their potential risks, they recommend that Americans use only open-pollinated, non-hybrid seeds in their gardens.
“There is still so much that is unknown about the long-term effects of genetically modified seeds and crops, and it’s scary what a high percentage of GMO crops this country has,” said Allen Baler, Partner at 4Patriots LLC.
With the Liberty Seed Vault, it is now possible for people to have their own stockpile of non-GMO vegetable seeds to use for planting, growing, harvesting, replanting and storing for the future.
The Liberty Seed Vault is an airtight metal storage container that includes more than 5,400 heirloom seeds from 22 varieties of vegetables, including broccoli, spinach, carrots, squash, corn, tomatoes, onions, beets and zucchini.
Each order is accompanied by four guides – “More Valuable Than Gold? Why You Need Survival Seeds;” “Survival Food Canning and Preserving;” “The Survival Garden Guide;” and “The Top 10 Items Sold Out After Crisis” – plus a 100 percent money-back guarantee.
“One of the best things about planting non-GMO seeds for growing and enjoying nutritious vegetables is that gardeners can use the seeds from the harvest for next year’s crops, so they never have to buy seeds again,” Baler said. “This strategy provides additional benefits because it allows people to be less affected by food shortages and increasing food prices.”
Of course, not everyone is able to grow a garden where they live. But following extreme weather events, including Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, many people have learned that putting together a stockpile of emergency food is a must.
Food4Patriots, the supplier of emergency food suitable for long-term storage, survival and emergency preparedness, offers a product line that includes 72-hour, one-week, four-week, three-month and one-year emergency food kits.
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