Carson City, NV – October 19, 2017 – In this day and age of uncertain calamities and looming nuclear threats, survival prepping becomes all the more crucial. But while preparedness is important, it’s not always affordable for everyone. Stocking on supplies, especially long-term survival food, can be quite expensive. Because of this, practical preppers are now desperate for ways to secure their survival food supply without breaking the bank.
For Home and Garden America, the solution is simple: get a survival seeds vault and plant a vegetable garden. A survival expert from the company says, “Growing your own produce is the most inexpensive way to guarantee your long-term food supply. A survival seeds vault is much cheaper than other survival food options, yet it can grow a continuous amount of nutritious food whenever you need it.”
In comparison to non-perishable food products, survival seeds are a lot more affordable and dependable. Canned foods are cheap but they have a very short shelf life, usually 1-3 years. Dehydrated foods are in the mid-range—they cost a bit more but they can only last up to 10 years. Freeze-dried foods can go for more than 25 years, but the prices can go up to thousands of dollars for a 1-year supply alone.
Another problem with non-perishables is their nutritional content. Canned foods are known to have preservatives, and the vitamins tend to wash out in the water only after a year. Some dehydrated foods also have preservatives, although their vitamins remain in the food instead of the water unlike canned items. Freeze-dried foods contain no preservatives but again, not everyone can afford them.
All things considered, homegrown produce is the best choice for preppers if budget and nutrition are determining factors. “You only need to invest in a quality survival seeds vault, then you can grow healthy vegetables, fruits and herbs to sustain your family’s needs. Whether you plant the seeds tomorrow or decades later, your food supply will always be guaranteed,” said the Home and Garden America expert.
Some people may wonder if they can really grow food continuously in a disaster or survival crisis. Most people think crops can only be planted in spring and summer, but the expert says that’s a huge misconception.
“With some garden planning, any prepper can grow crops in the fall and winter seasons as well. Cool-season crops like cabbage, green onions, kale, lettuce, swiss chard, peas, radishes, turnips, spinach and other leafy greens can be cultivated in the colder months. Gardening all year round is very doable, and it gives preppers a regular food source to count on,” the expert remarked.
To ensure a fresh and unlimited supply of seeds every year, the expert recommends saving the seeds from each harvest. This way, running out of seeds will never be an issue. He further advised preppers to learn how to fish and hunt for game so they can add protein to their diet.
Having access to a bountiful veggie garden and hunted meats will enable prepper families to thrive in any survival situation. For more info on how to get the best survival seeds vault for survival gardening, preppers can visit the Home and Garden America website.
About Home and Garden America
Home and Garden America is the gardening division of the Charles C Harmon Co LLC. The heirloom company offers a survival seeds vault that produces acres of life-sustaining food to feed families through any disaster and beyond.
Company Name: Home and Garden America
Contact Person: Chuck Harmon
City: Carson City
Country: United States