Carson City, NV, October 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- A spokesman for Home and Garden America today stated that the results of the research into the needs of Doomsday Preppers, to determine which combination of heirloom organic seeds would be the most beneficial for a person who has survived a disaster and now must rely on the foods they can grow on their own. The spokesman also said that the time it took to assemble this information was much quicker than the company had anticipated, because of the large amount of health information they were able to find on the Internet.
"We originally began this research a few months back and were quite a ways along on it at the time of our prior release, so we were not expecting to fully complete the study for a month or more. It was surprising that we were able to complete it in ten days from that time. We were still somewhat cautious about estimating the time it would take to complete it. Our intention, all along, was to provide the results of our study as a public service to people who might not be well enough informed of their food needs if the only food source they could get was from their own garden," he explained.
"Our current heirloom seed kit was intended to be a supplement to the other seeds that most people commonly buy in bulk quantities. Corn, beans and peas, along with a few herbs and fruits, are often bought apart from an heirloom vegetable seed bank. During our research we found that a high percentage of people didn't realize that they would need some protein to supplement our 50 Varieties Heirloom Seeds Pack and that's what sparked this study to see what should be put into a full blown heirloom organics seed vault," he continued.
Emily B, a customer stated: "Exactly what I wanted... I am storing these seeds in case of emergency in the future. I have confidence that I will be able to grow fresh produce year after year when needed using these seeds. I am very happy with my investment."
The full list of seeds can be found on the Home and Garden America website, along with the research into their packaging materials that are designed to deliver the best results for the long term storage of the seeds.
Chuck Harmon enjoys writing consumer information material on a wide range of products and his work in the gardening arena is no exception. His interest in plants and seeds came about from trying to find better tasting vegetables.