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Survival Vegetable Seeds Non Hybrid No GMO Heirloom 2012 New

Survival Vegetable Seeds Non Hybrid No GMO Heirloom 2012 New

Survival Vegetable Seeds Non Hybrid No GMO Heirloom 2012 New

  • 23 Varieties Vegetable & fruit These seeds are fresh for the 2012 growing season
  • Enclosed in a Mylar Heat Sealed Resealable bag Instructions Are Included
  • These seeds produce new seeds every planting year for perpetual food
  • NON GMO NO PESTICIDES Total Non-Hybrid seeds
  • OVER 8,000 Happy Customers growing daily

Look around. Why has the price of food doubled in the last year? Why is it still rising? Supply and demand food supplies will eventually dry up, Non-Hybrid Non-GMO Vegetable Seed will SUSTAIN OUR FOOD NEEDS WHEN CANNED(expired), FREEZE DRIED(destroyed) and all other food sources are gone ! The New World Order and the Global Economy are here NOW!! The UN AGENDA 21 CALLS FOR Sustainable Development. GO GREEN !! THINK ABOUT IT BE PREPARED!! CAN GROW NEW GENERATIONS OF VEGETABLES THUS PROVIDING A NEVER ENDING FOOD SUPPLY. NON-HYBRID NON-GMO AAA QUALITY SEED Florida Home Grown LIFETIME MYLAR BAG SEEDS SEALED READY FOR STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INCLUDED TO HARVEST DRY AND RE-USE SEEDS SAVE MONEY ON YOUR FOOD BILL THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING TEST

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9 Comments/Reviews

  • Shuar says:

    Anyone have a recommendation or a company to avoid. I bought Burpee two years ago because they are local and it was a disaster.

    thank you!
    by “best” I mean the seeds are delivered in a timely manner and they germinate. Burpee seeds did not germinate well for me and it was not my technique.

  • BeLLaKiSSeS says:

    Are there any signs? Or does it just take a certain amount of time or what?

  • micheal moghrabi says:

    By the way, I live in central Oklahoma.

  • farshad says:

    they were kept dry there burpee seeds from the seed displays at such stores like Walmart the dates are 11/2010 they are broccoli tomatoes, pumpkins, lettuce, corn pepper cucumbers.

  • Tomi Shellhamer says:

    and onion? If marigolds are edible are their seeds edible as well?

  • joey says:

    … for soft wheat kernels,
    kidney beans,
    flax seed,
    vegetable protein,
    and gelatin.
    Thanks!

  • diabate ahmed says:

    I’m going to grow some green peppers and I want them to grow fast…So I’m going to use green light rooting hormone … would that make the peppers poisonous when they are ready to eat?

  • Elinor Sturgell says:

    WHEN TRYING TO PLANT A WEED SEED,WHAT DO I PERFER SAYING THE TYPE OF SEED IM GOING,IS IT ANY UP TOP ON MY QUESTION OR IS IT JUST CALLED A WEED SEED,OR SOMETHING ELSE

  • Amy Lemaster says:

    I’m looking for recommendations of easy to grow vegetable and fruit plants that will allow seeds to be collected and regrown next year.
    Do the seeds need to be heirloom seeds, open pollinating, or self pollinating?
    Any resources to get more information on steps I need to take?

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