Heirloom Non Hybrid Seeds
Food Banks Experiencing Food Shortages
banks are usually equipped to deal with low-income
families but are simply not
prepared for the number of middle class families
that have started to ask for help.
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increasing FOOD prices and a turbulent and uncertain
economy, food banks across the country are running out
As more and more families, “working families”, ask for
help, food banks are not receiving enough donations
to replenish their supplies. One of the largest food
banks in the United States, St. Mary’s Food Bank in
Arizona, experienced a food shortage in September as
shelves emptied faster than they could supply.
In Indiana, the Kokomo Salvation Army
food pantry had to temporarily close because of
In California, the Richmond Salvation Amy food bank
reported a severe food shortage because of the sudden
surge in families needing assistance.
With the winter months drawing near,
food banks are attempting to stock up in order to prepare
for the increasing number of mouths to feed. In the
past, food banks have survived on donations but with
the slowing economy, people are struggling to provide
for their own needs. Thus the donations have dramatically
decreased and food banks across the nation are pleading
with people to donate whatever they can.
What will it be like when communities
can’t help out their hungry neighbor? What will happen
when families can’t provide enough food for their children,
their loved ones or even themselves? d with a difficult
time before us, take notice and begin preparing your
own family for possible survival food shortages. Start
stocking up with the essentials such as water and long
term dehydrated emergency survival foods.
Daily cites evidence that government agencies
are stockpiling huge amounts of food
up the pantry," says Manu Daftary, one of Wall Street's
top investors and the manager of the Quaker Strategic
mutual fund. Wall Street Journal
Grocery store PRICES
are rising FASTER than any time in U.S. history
Ready To Take Control Of Your Own Food Supply?
Could you and your family get off
the grid and survive in a panic? Do you have enough
seeds to plant a survival garden and feed your family?
Do you have the right kind of seeds to plant? If
you’re answering no to these questions, you need
to stop wherever you are and ask yourself… “What
would I do if the grocery stores closed?” The answer
sadly is that you’d probably go hungry.
You Should Do Right Now…
need to have the peace of mind knowing that if things
were to get scary, that you and your family could
still eat. Having enough non-hybrid seeds to plant
an acre or two could be the difference between life
and death. With our new “Survival Seed Bank,” growing
your own survival food becomes easy.
Remember, our hand-picked seeds are
not genetically modified in any
way. You simply save some of your harvest seeds
from year one and have more than enough to plant
in year two. You’ll never need to buy seeds again!
You just can’t do that with man-made hybrid seeds.
NOT ordinary seeds…
They have been
chosen for their truly extraordinary germination
Each seed pack is individually packaged for maximum
shelf life. We carefully dry each seed to the precise
level of allowable moisture which “locks in” hardiness
and maintains extremely long shelf life. Then, each
seed package is sealed in a special foil packet
with a very expensive desiccant designed to keep
seeds fresh for 20 years at 70 degrees. However,
if you freeze your “seed bank” you could increase
the shelf life by five times or more beyond that.
The Survival Seed Bank produces
thousands of pounds of nutrient-dense food for pennies
Seed Bank has a total of 22 varieties of OPEN POLLINATED
Also included are detailed growing instructions
for each variety which includes helpful information
on harvesting of seed stock for the following year
in a survival situation. This is obviously very
important because failing to collect seeds properly
at harvest time could mean starvation.
packs are then vacuumed packed and
placed in a special waterproof (practically indestructible)
container we call a Seed Bank. We believe that this
type of storage container is the absolute best way
to store seeds for the long term. Yep, it costs
a little more, but if you do have to store seeds
for the long haul, it’s pretty darn important that
they will not only have high germination rates,
but grow into lush, productive crops when you need
Now you can grow all
the survival food you will ever need
anywhere in the country with a kit that contains
a special seed bank of hard to find, open pollinated…
super seeds, grown by small, fiercely independent
New Survival Seed Bank
Lets You Plant
A Full Acre Crisis Garden!
New “Survival Seed
Bank” Produces Thousands
Of Pounds Of Nutrient-Dense Food For Pennies
Enough Food To Feed Friends And Family For Life!
Here is a sample of the 22 varieties in your Survival
any Vegetable Below for a FULL Selection and Ordering
Scarlet Nantez Carrot
– Cylindrical roots are 7" long by 1½" wide. Bright
reddish-orange flesh, fine grained, nearly coreless,
great flavor, sweet and brittle. Good as baby carrots.
Good for storage, freezing and for juice. Variety
chosen for its extremely high anti-oxidant constituents.
Widely adapted, highly selected, uniform strain.
65-70 days. 1,050 seeds per Seed Bank.
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage - First
grown in the U.S. by Francis Brill of Jersey City,
New Jersey in 1840. The earliest market variety
we offer. Conical, solid, tightly folded heads are
10-15" tall by 5-7" in diameter and weigh 3-4 pounds.
Be careful not to plant too close together. 60-75
days from transplant.
300 seeds per Seed Bank.
Druzba Tomato - Bulgarian heirloom first
offered by SSE member Carolyn Male. Translates as
“friendship.” Round 4” fruits are slightly flattened.
Heavy set of smooth red fruits. Good flavor, sweet
but tart. Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.
200 seeds per Seed Bank.
Giant Nobel Spinach -Large, smooth leaves.
Vigorous plant. Plant spreads up to 25 inches. Reliable
producer. 45-50 days. 400 seeds per Seed Bank.
Schoon's Hard Shell Melon - Introduced
in 1947 by F. H. Woodruff and Sons of Milford, Connecticut.
Very hard shell, great shipper. Almost round 6½"
fruits weigh 5-8 pounds. Thick apricot-colored flesh,
sweet and highly flavored. Excellent for home and
market gardens, keeps well. 88-95 days. 175 seeds
per Seed Bank.
Solutions From Science is trying to get the word
out before the food crisis becomes too apparent
to the general public and there is a run on these
seed banks. they have decided to sell the
Survival Seed Bank at a discounted price to our
customers who use this website to order.
For the general
public, the price is $297.00 - No discounts!
online from this site and
we ship you everything for just
That's less than half of what everyone else will
have to pay when the Survival Seed Bank hits the
street. SFS is making this "extra" discounted offer
because our customers deserve “first dibs” on something
this important. You're saving $149.00 off
the full price
But wait... There's
No seriously, order
today and you will also receive
81-page manual called *Survival Gardening
It’s designed to help anyone (beginner or expert),
cultivate a highly productive crisis garden. Written
by a survivalist and a master gardener, it describes
in detail, each step of the way, taking you by the
hand from planting your seeds to cultivating to
gathering and storing your seeds for the next growing
season. The 81-page manual is absolutely free as
an e-book to anyone that purchases a Survival Seed
seeds represent original strains of open-pollination,
non-genetically modified, top quality heirloom seed stock.
Most of these seeds date back 100 years or more, and have
been favorites for generations. Unlike hybrid GMO seeds
that are sterile and lack nutrition, our heirloom seeds
allow you to save offspring seed for next year's planting.
Knowing you'll be able to grow ample food for years to come
will become critically important in a world of hungry people.
Heirloom Vegetable Seeds
Our '4Ever Heirloom
includes a carefully chosen selection
of 20 varieties, favored for their ease of growing, high
production, disease resistance and tolerance. The nutritional
value represented in these varieties will ensure a well-balanced,
healthy diet for your family, and the collection provides
enough seeds for years of healthy food for your family!
The collection includes: Tomato, Lettuce,
Spinach, Radish, Carrots, Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage,
Cucumber, Cauliflower, Peas, Black Bean, Melons And More!
Perennial Fruits & Vegetables
Until now, it's
been nearly impossible
to plant such a garden because of
the great effort required to collect these native plant
seeds. But today, 4everSeeds is proud to offer you an amazing
collection of rare native perennial wild fruit and vegetable
Our collection was specially
developed for its year-round food harvesting potential.
Not only will these varieties grow in many different environments
like woods, fields, wetlands, high altitudes, etc. (only
three must be planted in a wet area), they'll provide nutritional
value year-round. Even in the dead of winter, some varieties
can be harvested and enjoyed.
And best of all, these wild
foods will bring a tremendous new range of tastes,
textures, and aromas to your family's table. Our Field &
Forest Guide includes more than 175 recipes for preparing
your 24 wild food varieties. These pure native foods will
jazz-up your Ready Reserve Long Term Storage Foods and provide
extremely important nutritive and medicinal value, to boot.
The collection includes:
Black Hawthorn, Burdock, Camas, Cattail, Chickory, Elderberry,
Fireweed, Huckleberry, Salsify, Sorrel, Sweet Briar Rose,
Wild Rice And More!
Superior Quality for Considered Planning
Means a Significant Sense of Family Security