- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
5 Year Shelf-Life | Almost 300,000 Seeds | Excellent Variety of Seed
• Take Care of Yourself and Your Family
There is enough heirloom seeds here to plant 7 full acre's worth of crops. • Add Variety and Nutrition to Your Diet
With 27 select varieties of seed and a wide array of nutrients and vitamins found in each one, you'll be able to get in all the essentials each day! • Feel Secure in Your Preparations
With the triple-sealed, airtight mylar pouches and solid exterior packaging, these seeds have up to a 5 year shelf-life! • Provide for Everyone's Future
Non-GMO, open pollinated seeds are not sterile and can be harvested from year to year. With an economy that seems to be dragging its feet when it comes to recovery and a long list of disasters that have struck in recent years, people have come to realize that they need to start being more self-reliant. And when you stop and think about all the disasters, conflicts, and economic crises that are happening all around the world right now, it's not a surprise that emergency preparedness is a major issue.
At The Ready Store, we try to do everything we can to make sure our customers are ready for anything life can throw at them. This includes selling emergency supplies, food, and water, and providing instructions on how to use these products. We are constantly trying to expand our stock of survival-related products so we can better serve you as a company. That's where SEEDSAFE - MegaGarden 7-Acres comes in.
The MegaGarden is meant to be your backup in almost any disaster or economic crisis. It's for those times when food is scarce or money is tight, or if you just want to learn how to be more self-reliant and live more organically. It contains a full 7 acre's worth of open-pollinated, non-GMO seeds that can be grown naturally. Open-pollination means that these seeds, unlike the hybrid seeds that most retailers sell, aren't sterile—you can harvest seeds from your crops and use them over and over again. So you aren't just buying enough seeds to fill a few acres for one year—you're buying a garden that can last beyond your lifetime.
And this isn't just a garden of very basic, bland foods. To prevent boredom and promote a balanced diet, our MegaGarden contains 27 different types of seeds, including tomatoes, lettuce, broccoli, watermelon, pumpkins, jalapeños, and many others. There are also different varieties of some of the produce, like the Rutgers tomatoes, which are good for slicing and the Cherry tomatoes (good for sauces or eating whole), or the different types of lettuce, squash, and beans In the end, you'll have a whole garden full of produce that can be used in thousands of different recipes!
Every one of these seeds has been dried carefully and placed in triple-sealed Mylar pouches so they will retain their nutrients and ability to produce food, but so they will also last many years in storage. The MegaGarden has almost 300,000 seeds, so you will have more than enough room to make some mistakes but ultimately produce a large harvest. This much food can be used to feed your family, generate extra income, trade for other goods, can and store for winter, and harvest more seeds from so you can do it all again the next year!
Due to its special packaging, the MegaGarden's heirloom seeds can last up to 5 years (although we have had customers tell us that they've used these seeds after 10 years of storage, and everything grew very well!), so all you have to do is purchase them once and then store the seeds away for the day when you really need them. And each of these Mylar pouches is snugly tucked into our food-grade 4-gallon plastic container for easy access and easy storage. It has a lid that, once you snap it on, it's not going anywhere—unless you tear the tab. In that case, the lid has a groove where it bends and gives you easy access to all your seeds.
Other companies sell emergency seeds that claim to have a long shelf-life but they only wrap their seeds in one layer of Mylar, or they say they have properly dried their heirloom seeds yet don't have the proper levels of moisture to keep the seeds alive. We make sure you know exactly what you're getting when you buy our product by putting a label with the packaging date and location, germination rate, weight, and purity of the seeds provided right on the triple-layered Mylar pouch. Each of these pouches can also be resealed with the sturdy zip-lock top, so it will be easy to re-store harvested seeds in these already-labeled pouches! SEEDSAFE - MegaGarden also comes with a planting guide, so you'll know exactly when and where to plant your seeds, plus 27 extra pre-labeled Mylar pouches so you'll be able to easily store away the seeds you harvest every year!
If you live in an inhospitable climate, or are worried about short season climates, you don't need to be. Many of these seed varieties were chosen in part because of their recommendation for their ability to adapt to different regions. So while the growth rate of the produce will vary, you will be able to provide food for you family in almost any climate. And since these seeds were also chosen because of their high germination rate, growing your garden will be even easier than you think. Finally, we chose these seeds because they have high nutrition density—this means that eating a variety of these seeds can keep you healthy and give you the vital nutrients you need every day.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Garden Heirloom Seeds (27 Packets | 4,166 grams):1.5 lb. (approx. 3,600 seeds) - SWEET CORN: Golden Bantam
0.125 lb. (approx. 18,000 seeds) - BROCCOLI: Waltham 29
0.25 lb. (approx. 32,000 seeds) - ONION: Utah Yellow Sweet Spanish
0.25 lb. (approx. 10,000 seeds) - SPINACH: Bloomsdale Long Standing
0.25 lb. (approx. 1,232 seeds) - WINTER SQUASH: Waltham Butternut
0.125 lb. (approx. 460 seeds) - ZUCCHINI SUMMER SQUASH: Black Beauty
0.25 lb. (approx. 10,000 seeds) - RADISH: Champion
1 oz. (approx. 10,000 seeds) - TOMATO: Rutgers
0.125 lb. (approx. 2,600 seeds) - SWISS CHARD: Lucullus
1.5 lb. (approx. 2,136 seeds) - PEA: Lincoln
0.25 lb. (approx. 4,800 seeds) - BEET: Detroit Dark Red
0.125 lb. (approx. 400 seeds) - PUMPKIN: Jack O'Lantern
0.125 lb. (approx. 14,000 seeds) - CABBAGE: Golden Acre
0.125 lb. (approx. 1,492 seeds) - WATERMELON: Crimson Sweet
0.125 lb. (approx. 2,000 seeds) - CANTALOUPE: Hale's Best Jumbo
0.125 lb. (approx. 32,000 seeds) - LETTUCE: Romaine
0.125 lb. (approx. 2,000 seeds) - CUCUMBER: Marketmore 76
0.25 lb.(approx. 76,000 seeds) - CARROT: Scarlet Nantes
0.125 lb. (approx. 8,000 seeds) - SWEET PEPPER: Yolo Wonder
0.125 lb. (approx. 8,000 seeds) - HOT PEPPER: Jalepeno
2 lb. (approx. 2,800 seeds) - POLE BEAN: Kentucky Wonder Brown
1 oz. (approx. 6,000 seeds) - EGGPLANT: Black Beauty
0.125 lb. (approx. 1,000 seeds) - OKRA: Clemson Spineless
2 lb. (approx. 2,100 seeds) - DRY BEAN: Black Eyed
1 oz. (approx. 10,000 seeds) - TOMATO: Roma (Non-Slicer)
0.125 lb. (approx. 32,000 seeds) - LEAF LETTUCE: Black Seeded Simpson
0.125 lb. (approx. 760 seeds) - SUMMER SQUASH: Crooked Neck
**- 8 Page Instruction Booklet
**- 27 Easy-to-Grow Vegetable Varieties
**- 27 E-Z Lock Reusable Triple-Layered Mylar Bags
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EK0042G Net Weight: 147 oz. (4.1 kg) Total Servings: Approx. 293,380 Seeds Shelf Life: 5 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 14" x 10" x 10" Allergen and Specialty: Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Low Sodium, Non-GMO, Pork Free, Shellfish Free, Soy Free, Tree-Nut Free, Vegetarian Food Type: Fruits, Vegetables Packaging: Mylar Pouch in Bucket Preservation: Dried Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Brand: SEEDSAFE Product Series: No
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & Ingredients
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