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Emergency Survival Garden Vegetable Seeds Non-gmo Heirloom Seed Bank Pack Set For Sale

Emergency  Survival Garden Vegetable Seeds Non-gmo Heirloom Seed Bank  Pack  Set


2013 Harvest seeds for 2014
HAND MADE IN THE USA
All of our seed are from the most recent harvest and are hand packaged and labeled from fresh seed in August 2013. All seeds are from the USA, mostly from California, with a few from Oregon, and Arizona. This is very labor intensive process and each order takes over two hours to put together and does not include the labor involved in growing and harvesting seed. This little project is mostly about making heirloom non - gmo seeds available to people who might not have access to them at a very reasonable price. I have put together a set that I would be happy to buy at this price with the variety and seeds offered.Anyone interested in a survival garden wants seed to store or plant and vegetables to grow that will make your stored food taste better. Think of it as an organic vitamin and flavor garden . Why buy seeds that you don't want and will never eat. We have selected the most popular and useful seeds and combined them into one package. We have selected the most complete variety for nutrition, ease of growth and most popular variety ranging from garden staples, flavor enhancers, spices and teas....
  • Know that your family will have food during a crisis.
  • Enough seeds to plant 3/4 of an acre!
  • Non-Hybrid Survival Seeds produce true to variety seeds to replant for future harvests.
  • Optimum water content to increase storage life.
  • Double water tight packaging.
  • 5 yr. minimum shelf life, up to 10 yrs. if frozen.
  • Pro Invidia seeds are 100% GMO free!
  • Makes a great addition to your long term food storage.
Unlike other survival seed packages, we sell a complete line of seeds that you want to eat , will add flavor to your stored food, and provide essential vitamins and minerals.In addition to the nutrients, we selected the most diverse group designed to span all 4 growing seasons and provide nutrition and health and the ability to grow food crops regardless of season and even crops that are frost resistant .Broccoli Seeds - 'Early Fall Rapini' 100 seeds

Broccoli Seeds - 'Waltham 29' 100 seeds

Eggplant Seeds - 'Black Beauty' 100 seeds

Sweet Pepper Seeds - 'California Wonder ' 25 seeds

Hot Pepper Seeds - 'Cayenne Long' 25 seeds

Open Pollinated Tomato Seeds - 'Rutgers' 50 seeds

Open Pollinated Tomato Seeds - 'Small Red Cherry' 50 seeds

Open Pollinated Tomato Seeds - 'Large Red Cherry' 50 seeds

Radish Seeds - 'Champion' 100 seeds

Slicing Cucumber Seeds - 'Straight Eight' 20 seeds

Herb Seeds - 'Genovese Basil' 100 seeds

Herb Seeds - 'Chives' 100 seeds

Herb Seeds - 'Leisure Coriander' (Cilantro) 25 seeds

Herb Seeds - 'Caraway' 100 seeds

Melon Seeds - 'Delicious 51' 25 seeds

Carrot Seeds - 'Imperator 58' 100 seeds

Leaf Lettuce Seeds - 'Iceberg' 100 seeds

Turnip Seeds - 'Purple Top White Globe' 100 seeds

Watermelon Seeds - 'Jubilee' 10 seeds

Okra Seeds - 'Clemson Spineless' 20 seeds

Mustard Seeds - 'Florida Broadleaf' 100 seeds

Cauliflower Seeds - 'Snowball Y Improved' 100 seeds

Pumpkin Seeds - 'Small Sugar' 10 seedsOnion Seeds - 'Red 25 Seeds

Squash Seeds- Prolific 10 Seeds















We will include the quantity listed above as a minimum, most likely it will be much more for most of the smaller seeds, as each item is based on a measure after verifying minimum requirement. All seed are from most recent harvest and were packaged from fresh seed in OCTOBER a vegetable garden is not hard, but without careful planning and proper follow through, your garden may perform poorly.

Soil Preparation

Soils should not be prepared for planting when too wet or too dry. If soil sticks to your shoes or shovel, it is too wet. Press a small amount of soil in your hand. When the moisture is right, the soil crumbles and breaks into small clumps. If it is too wet, it stays molded in a ball.

Have your soil tested for the amount of fertilizer or manure to apply before planting. A routine soil test gives information on any lime requirement, phosphorous and potassium needs and estimated nitrogen requirements. For information on soil testing, call your local county extension educator.

Rake or harrow the planting area immediately after tilling or spading. A firm, fine seedbed is best, particularly for small-seeded crops, but packing the soil too much could promote crusting of the soil surface and damage emerging seedlings. Tilling the soil in late fall facilitates earlier spring planting.

Planting Early Crops Cool Season Crops

You can sow early "cool-season" crops such as lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and onions immediately after preparing your garden plot. Mark the rows by stretching a string tightly across the area where you want a furrow. Use the corner edge of a long piece of angle iron or aluminum to establish a furrow with a uniform depth. The use of a hoe handle or shovel may create a furrow with variable depths and result in non-uniform emergence, particularly with small seed vegetable crops.You can usually sow sandy soils a little deeper than clay soils.

Warm Season Crops

Wait until danger of frost is past (mid-to-late May) before transplanting tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, and similar "warm season" crops.

Tender Crops

Cucumbers, pumpkins and watermelons can be seeded earlier by placing hot caps over the soil one week before planting. This warms the soil and helps those crops germinate more quickly. Keep the hot caps on until the plants emerge and are growing vigorously.

Starting Plants Inside

Warm season crops need a long growing season and usually will not mature if seeded directly in the garden. Cool season crops must mature before hot weather. It is necessary, then, either to start these crops early inside or to buy plants at a garden center or greenhouse. Start seeds in plastic trays or peat pots that are 3-4 inches deep. A good soil mixture contains two parts loam, one part sand, and one part organic matter. Thoroughly mix the soil in a wheelbarrow with a shovel and sift it through a ¼-inch mesh screen. Premixed soil mixtures are available at garden centers.

Fill the transplant tray or peat pots with the soil mixture and carefully firm the soil along the sides. After filling in the depressions, level the soil to about ¼ inch below the top. Firm the soil evenly. Sow the seed by making a ¼-½ inch hole using a dibble or pencil with a tape mark to keep the depth consistent. Sow 2-3 seeds in each tray cell or peat pot.

Start warm-season crops later than cool-season crops. Peppers and eggplant germinate slowly and should be started before tomatoes. Cover the seeds lightly with sand, screened soil, or vermiculite. Gently water the transplant trays using a fine screened waterer to prevent washing the seeds out of the soil. Cover the transplant tray or peat pots with clear plastic and keep in a warm room until germination. As soon as the seedlings appear, remove the plastic cover and keep the seedlings in full sunlight or directly under fluorescent lights. Once the seedlings emerge, thin to one plant and apply a starter fertilizer of 1½ tablespoons of 5-10-5 in 1 gallon of water. Apply approximately ¼ cup of the solution to each seedling every two weeks until transplanting. Rinse the seedlings with water after fertilizing to prevent leaf burn. "Hardening" transplants by shading them for a few days outside using either a lath house or shade cloth and slightly withholding water (but not to the point of wilting) will reduce plant growth delay after transplanting, otherwise known as "transplant shock."

Transplanting

Transplant in late afternoon or on a cool, cloudy, calm day. Water plants well before transplanting. Cut the soil between the plants with a knife so each plant can separate easily with a substantial root ball attached. Seedlings grown in separate containers can be transplanted without disturbing the roots. If seedlings are transplanted in peat pots, make sure the top edge of the peat pot is not exposed above the soil surface or the peat pot will act like a wick and rapidly draw the moisture from the root ball, stressing the plant.

Scrape the dry surface soil from the planting area. With a hand shovel, make a hole large enough to easily receive the root ball of the transplant. Firm the soil around the roots and water with the starter fertilizer solution. Apply ½ cup per plant at planting time.

Transplanted crops may be set out in the garden a week or two before it would otherwise be safe if hot caps are used. Remove the caps after the air temperatures get real warm during the day. If paper hot caps are used, punch ventilation holes in the tops. High temperatures within the hot cap can kill young plants.

Planting Dates and Distances for Garden Vegetables
Planting dates Planting distances (in inches)
Vegetable Start seed indoors Plant seed or plant outdoors Between rows, hand cultivated Between plants Depth of seeding (inches) Amount to order per 20 feet of row

"Packet" refers to average commercially-
packaged seed packet. Asparagus
April 15 - May 1
(crowns) 36 12 - 18 6 - 8 (crowns) 15 crowns Beans, snap (bush)
May 15 - July 1 18 - 24 3 - 4 1½ - 2 3 - 4 oz Beans, snap(pole)
May 15 - July 1 36 4 - 6 1½ - 2 2 - 3 oz Beans, dry shell
May 15 18 - 24 3 - 4 1½ 3 - 4 oz Beans, lima
May 15 - June 10 18 - 24 4 - 6 1½ 3 - 4 oz Beets
April 15 - July 1 12 - 18 2 - 4 ½ - 1 1 packet Broccoli March 1 - 15 April 15 or June 1 24 - 30 24 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
9 plants Brussels sprouts March 1 - 15 April 15 or June 1 24 - 30 24 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
9 plants Cabbage, early March 1 - 15 April 1 - May 1 24 - 30 18 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
12 plants Cabbage, late April 15 - May 1 June 1 24 - 30 24 ¼ (seedbed) 1 packet or
9 plants Cabbage, Chinese
July 1 24 - 30 18 ½ 1 packet Carrots
April 15 - June 15 18 - 24 2 - 3 ¼ 1 packet Cauliflower March 1 - 15 April 15 or June 1 24 - 30 18 - 24 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
12 plants Celery Feb. 15 - March 1 May 15 18 - 24 8 1/8 (indoors) 1 packet or
24 plants Chard, Swiss
May 1 18 - 24 6 - 8 1 1 packet Collards
April 15 24 - 36 6 ¼ 1 packet Cucumbers
May 1 - June 15 48 - 60 12 between single plants;
36 between hills of three 1 1 packet Eggplant March 15 - April 1 June 1 24 - 30 24 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
9 plants Endive
April 15 18 - 24 8 - 12 ½ 1 packet Garlic
Oct. 1 - Nov. 1 18 - 24 4 - 6 3 - 4 1 lb of cloves Horseradish
April 15 - May 1 24 - 30 12 - 18 6 (roots) 18 roots Kale
April 15 - July 15 18 - 24 12 - 18 ½ 1 packet Kohlrabi
April 15 - June 1 or
Aug. 1 - 15 18 - 24 6 ½ 1 packet Lettuce, leaf
April 15 - June 1 or
Aug. 1 - 15 12 - 18 4 - 6 ¼ 1 packet Lettuce, head March 1 - 15 April 15 - May 1 18 - 24 12 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
18 plants Muskmelon
May 15 - June 1 60 - 72 18 1 1 packet Okra March 15 - April 1 June 1 24 - 36 12 - 15 ½ (indoors) 1 packet Onion seeds
April 15 12 - 24 2 ½ 1 packet Onion, transplants Feb. 1 - 15 April 15 12 - 24 2 - 3 ½ (indoors) 1 packet Onion, sets
April 15 12 - 24 2 - 3 1 - 2 ½ lb Parsley
April 15 - May 1 12 - 24 4 - 6 ¼ 1 packet Parsnips
May 1 - 15 18 - 24 3 - 4 ½ 1 packet Peas
April 10 - May 15 18 - 24 2 1½ 1 packet Pepper March 15 - April 1 June 1 24 - 36 18 - 24 ½ (indoors) 1 packet or
12 plants Potatoes, Irish
April 15 - June 1 24 - 30 12 - 18 4 (each piece) 3 lb seed potatoes Potatoes, sweet April 15 (roots) June 1 36 - 48 18 - 24
9 - 12 plants Pumpkin
May 10 - June 1 72 - 96 24 - 36 between single plants;
60 - 72 between hills of three 1 - 2 1 packet Radish
April 10 - June 1 or
Aug. 1 - 15 6 - 12 1 - 2 ½ 1 packet Rhubarb
April 15 - May 1 36 - 48 36 - 48
5 or 6 plants Rutabaga
May 15 - June 15 18 - 24 8 - 12 ½ 1 packet Spinach
April 15 or Aug. 1 - 15 12 - 18 3 - 4 ½ 1 packet Squash, summer
May 10 - June 1 24 - 36 24 - 36 1 1 packet Squash, winter
May 10 - June 1 72 - 96 24 - 36 between single plants;
60 - 72 between hills of three 1 1 packet Sweet corn
May 10 - July 1 30 12 1 - 2 1 packet Tomato April 1 - 15 May 15 - June 1 24 - 36 36 - 48 ¼ (indoors) 1 packet or
6 - 8 plants Turnip
April 15 or Aug. 1 15 - 18 3 - 4 ½ 1 packet Watermelon
May 15 - June 1 60 - 72 24 - 36 between single plants;
60 - 72 between hills of three ½ 1 packet

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