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Survival Seed Vault

Updated on April 4, 2012

There has been a large rise in the number of high energy earth event that has caused devastation worldwide. The number of hurricanes, tornados, tsunamis, and earthquakes seem to be on the rise. Do you and your family have a plan in case something happens? Have you gathered a survival kit with the essentials in case the need arises to use it? If, you have I bet you forgot one thing? Seeds.

The best thing that you can have in your long term survival pack is the ability to regenerate food. The best product that I have found that can help give you this ability when the time ever comes is the Survival Seed Vault. The survival seed vault has 20 different varieties of easy to grow vegetables. You technically could grow a whole acre of crops using the seeds in this survival seed vault.

The seed vault is the ultimate in the long term survival strategy. Not, only do you have the ability to plant up to twenty different fruits and vegetables. But, you have the ability to keep growing them after you have used all 20 because the new plants will continue to give you additional seeds.

The seeds come prepared for long term storage already. They are vacuum sealed, and placed into a metal container that is survivable up to a hundred years of dried storage or longer. So, for the ultimate in survival against the upcoming unknown make sure you have the ability for long term survival, as well.

Types of seeds in package

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

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