Home and Garden America's "50 Varieties of Heirloom Organic Seeds" Now Available Online
Carson City, NV, September 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- As the sale of organic foods and the practice of organic farming increases, the need for suitable seeds has also increased. In light of this upsurge in demand, Home and Garden America recently launched a pack of 100% heirloom organic vegetable garden survival seeds consisting of 50 different varieties of seeds.
With a total of 9,500 seeds and a germination rate of over 85%, the package of seeds is said to be suitable for persons wanting to start their own vegetable garden or want to build their own survival seed vault. Based on the germination rate, it is expected that the seeds can produce over 8,000 healthy vegetable plants that are capable of bringing forth many fresh, organic vegetables. As it relates to starting a Doomsday survival seed bank, the seeds are sold in a foil-laminated, moisture proof and re-sealable package that is said to possibly keep the seeds fresh for decades. To reinforce this, the seeds are double packaged in individual plastic packets.
With concerns in recent times about GMO (genetically modified) foods and their possible health risks, persons concerned about their health have been seeking more organically grown products in order to supplement their diets with vegetables which are considered to be healthier. As a result, farmers and other persons who keep vegetable gardens have been demanding more non-hybrid, non-GMO heirloom vegetable garden seeds in order to increase production. The ongoing increase in the prices of food products, including vegetables, has also caused more persons to invest in their own vegetable to reduce the cost of buying the popular food items. The package of seeds from Home and Garden America were put forward with these concerns in mind and presents another option to persons seeking to boost their seed stock or grow their own vegetables. The 50 varieties of heirloom organic vegetable seeds include popular vegetables from cabbages and celeries to turnips and tomatoes.
Now available to online shoppers, customers who may be interested in these seeds can access them on the popular website, Amazon. The seeds are said to come with a 100% satisfaction lifetime guarantee.