Incline Village, NV, March 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Earlier today, a spokesperson for Home and Garden America (HAGA) shared some of the company's preparation plans for the upcoming growing season. HAGA's strategies will focus on increasing its non-hybrid survival seed kit supply in order to meet the rising demand of its gardening consumers.
"Spring is a very popular time for people to start their growing season. There has been a relevant surge in the number of home gardeners since last year, so we're anticipating more orders to come this March. We want to be fully equipped to satisfy our customers' needs so we've been gearing up our non-hybrid survival seed kit stock especially for springtime," the spokesperson stated.
Early spring gardening is another practical reason behind Home and Garden America's decision to increase its inventory. Some organic gardeners like to start planting even before spring kicks in and purchase non-hybrid survival seeds as early as January. HAGA has also taken this factor into account to estimate the demand.
"Many of our customers actually germinate our survival seeds indoors beforehand so they can easily transplant them when spring arrives. In fact, we've been getting lots of orders since the New Year began and have received positive feedback on the high germination rate of our seeds," said the spokesperson.
Here's what some Amazon customers had to say about HAGA's germination rate:
"What an awesome deal! All of the survival seeds are neatly packaged and well-labeled. I won't be planting most of the seeds until the new growing season but I grew some of the cold crop varieties last fall and the germination rate is remarkable! I'm also pleased by the excellent selection of non-hybrid seeds and the number of seeds included in every survival seed kit. Highly recommended!"
"Great selection. We got almost 100% germination on the 13 heirloom non-hybrid varieties we have tried so far. Perfect for spring gardening."
"High quality, awesome variety and superb value. The survival seeds germinated well and I love all of the non-hybrid vegetable varieties. HAGA's survival seed kit gives great value for the amount you get, plus the quality and customer service are exceptional."
As of today, Home and Garden America continues to prepare its survival seed kit supply and provide the best possible customer service. The company also plans to release two more seed packs during the spring and summer months to offer even more choices to its valued customers.
More information is available on Amazon.com.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various topics, and his expert knowledge in survival gardening is no exception. He keeps a non-hybrid survival seed kit for emergency situations.