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jeepgirl

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People have asked what comes in each survival seed pack...

Only $17.95 with coupon code: doomsday31

Kit includes 30 individual packs of the following:
Blue Lake Bush Beans-30+​

Gold Crap Wax Beans-30+​

Detroit Red Beets-75+​

Green Sprouting Broccoli-250+​

Catskill Brussels Sprouts-250+​

Golden Acre Cabbage-250+​

Hales Best Cantaloupe-30+​

Red Core Carrots-1000+​

Bantam Sweet Corn-45+​

Boston Pickling Cucumber-35+​

Romaine Lettuce-1000+​

Clemson Spineless Okra-65+​

Evergreen Long Bunching Onion-500+​

Oregon Sugar Snap Peas-30+​

Jalapeño Hot Peppers-60+​

Keystone Giant Sweet Peppers-60+​

Sweet Banana Peppers-60+​

Hungarian Wax Yellow Hot Peppers-60+​

Sugar Pie Pumpkins-20+​

Long Standing Spinach-150+​

Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash-25+​

Black Zucchini Squash-20+​

Sugar Baby Watermelon-50+​

Beefsteak Tomato-out of stock​

Ace Tomato-150+​

Roma Tomato-150+​

Turnips-400+​

Pinto Beans-25+​

Parsnips-100+​

Eggplant-150+​

Brussel sprouts-250+​

Cauliflower-250+​

Radish- 150+​

5,000 Seeds in Total

***Each Kit only comes with 30 of these varieties so keep that in mind. We always substitute with something of equal value and type.​

 

LissyPrepper

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Hey Jeepgirl: I did some research and looks like I can't mix Heirloom seeds with my other seeds. If I buy some, my whole garden will need to be heirloom seeds. This may be a dumb question but will the heirloom seeds be affected if planted over the top of where the hybrid seeds were last year or do I need to plant in an entire different area?
 

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The problem with planting heirloom and hybrid together is cross-pollination which would ultimately alter the heirloom if you wish to save the seeds. I don't think it should be a problem considering you are tilling the dirt and adding new nutrients. I've always heard that you should move your garden each year but I don't really know on that. I'm looking up info now to see if I can find conclusive info but haven't found any about using the same dirt from last year.
 

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One good thing about the blue lake green beans is that they tend to do better in a drought situation than pole beans do.
 

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