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HAGA Preparedness Expert Reveals Why a Survival Seeds Vault is Critical for Survival

Incline Village, NV, February 01, 2015 --( One of Home and Garden America's top preparedness experts recently gave an interview about various survival gardening techniques. He also stressed the importance of planting a survival garden and having a survival seeds vault ready for emergency situations.

"Preparedness is the key to survival. You need to cover everything from your survival tools to your food supply. Having an emergency kit is not enough; you'll also need a reliable survival seeds vault so you can provide a boundless supply of homegrown food for your family during these tough times," the HAGA expert explained.

The unexpected calamities that have recently affected different parts of the world have prompted the need for proper emergency preparedness, especially when it comes to food.

"Food will always be one of the main issues during a disaster. The food supply will be low and finding something to eat will be most challenging. But there's a way to secure your family's nutritional needs, and that is by growing a sustainable vegetable garden," said the expert.

Sustainability is an important aspect of preparedness. A household should be completely able to provide for itself in order to endure disastrous situations. Vegetable gardening, seed saving and canning should be part of every family's long-term survival plan.

"Sustainability is truly one efficient cycle. It begins by choosing the right survival seeds vault and planting different vegetable varieties in your backyard. When harvest time comes, simply select the best crops of the batch and save the seeds. This way, you'll always have your own seeds instead of buying new ones every growing season," he suggested.

"Consider canning your harvested crops as well to further preserve your food, and remember to reuse your vegetable scraps as organic compost so you can avoid waste. Repeat the cycle and you'll soon be living a more sustainable lifestyle that will protect your family in the long run," he further advised.

More details are available on Home and Garden America's official website.

Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various products, and his knowledge in the field of survival gardening is no exception. He works on his vegetable garden and survival seeds vault collection during his free time.
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