Storing Seeds for Survival Covered by Absolute Rights

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There's few ways to ensure a quality food supply, but procuring, planting, and storing seeds will help.

Seeds for Life AbsoluteRights.com

Seeds for Life AbsoluteRights.com

There are no real statistics on how many different true varieties of plants have been lost, but estimates are in the thousands.

Storing seeds for open pollinated varieties is imperative for people that want to break a dependency upon the modern food supply system, and become independent. Storing seeds is imperative for heirloom varieties that could be lost forever, said a recent Absolute Rights article.

There are no real statistics on how many different true varieties of plants have been lost, but estimates are in the thousands.

Losing the local varieties of plants has resulted in more vulnerabilities to disease, pests and climate change, the article said. Open pollinated plants have adapted over decades and centuries to handle the environments they grow in, and now many of these plants are lost.

Each type of plant is different when it comes to how many plants must be grown in an area to preserve the desired qualities and traits of the original heirloom plant, said the article. When there are enough plants grown of a particular variety, then it will be easy to spot the genetic diversity, and choose plants that exhibit true qualities for saving seeds.

People that have experience with gardening will understand how to select the right plants to use as seed savers. Things can get complicated, but the article assured that the process is made fairly simple. Learning how to store seeds by keeping them dry and in a cool place is also a very important part of gardening, the article stated.

To add storing seeds to the list of important skills to learn in the near future, raise the chances of survival by obtaining Absolute Right’s new Special Report, “Seeds for Life.”

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