Incline Village, NV, April 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America's official Amazon Community Q&A Board has been generating plenty of buzz since it was publicly opened. Many prospective shoppers post their product inquiries on the board, and regular customers of HAGA’s premium vegetable seeds are often seen actively joining in the discussions.
The strong participation of HAGA's customers has helped transform the Q&A board into a wonderful community for organic gardeners, survival preppers, and seed lovers to meet.
"Even though I personally respond to the inquiries on the board, it amazes me that our customers are always happy to answer questions from their fellow gardeners and preppers who are interested in buying our heirloom seeds. What's even more impressive is that they're not just merely responding to the questions but actually giving honest and useful advice to others. Because of this, many potential buyers are easily able to learn more about our products and make an informed decision before placing their seed orders," said Chuck Harmon, Founder and CEO of Home and Garden America.
"Our customers are also eager to share their own gardening and seed saving tips, which can be extremely valuable for beginners. I'm really glad we've developed a helpful little community on Amazon because gardening is always better when shared with others," he continued.
The most frequently-asked questions on the HAGA community board often revolve around seed storage. People want to know the best way to store the seeds so they can last for years.
"If they are properly stored and frozen, the seeds can easily go for decades. To make an effective vault for the seeds, just get an empty pickle or spaghetti jar. These glass jars possess special lids that will reseal themselves even after they've been opened," one HAGA customer advises.
"Remember to keep the seeds in a cool, dark place. You can also collect the best seeds from the ones you grow and reuse them year after year for an unlimited seed supply," another helpful customer added.
Seed shoppers are free to check out HAGA's discussion board on Amazon.com. There are now over 50 answered questions that should prove useful to anyone who's interested in organic, non-GMO seeds.
More details are available on the company's official Q&A section.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on several topics, and his expert knowledge in vegetable gardening is no exception. He advocates using heirloom vegetable seeds to grow the safest and best-tasting produce.