The Treasury is recommended for thirty adults wishing to supplement their diet with fresh, nutritious, truly organic produce.
Be sure to specify whether you wish to purchase a Northern Bank (Zones 3-6) or a Southern Bank (Zones 7-12). If you are unsure which growing zone you are in, click here to view the USDA Growing Zone Chart.
Click here to see a list of varieties you may expect to find in your Liberty Seed Bank.
|Seed Type||Heirloom, non-hybrid, non-GMO|
|Storage Container||Ammo Box|
|Number of Adults||30 Adults|
|Varieties Included||Over 70|
|Books Included||5 Books|
|Nutrients Included||10 Ten oz Packs|
Enough seed is provided for a year-round garden for at least thirty adult units, along with an excess to hold in reserve in case a particular crop does not do well. (Figure a small child or elderly person as half an adult unit; a teenage boy might be one and a half units.) Communal groups looking at their seed bank as a food safety net in the event of an economic collapse or societal disruption should consider purchasing an additional bank. This will provide a more substantial cushion in the event of a crop failure.
The Treasury comes with a laminated Texas Ready Mittleider Gardening Chart; copies of The Vegetable Gardener's Bible, The Mittleider Gardening Course, Seed to Seed, The Backyard Homestead and The Complete Book of Home Preserving; and ten 10 oz Texas Ready/Mittleider Trace Element Nutrient Packs!
This seeds, nutrients and information included in this bank provide just about everything you'll need to turn your homestead into a small-scale farm. The books will teach you how to maximize your harvest and properly save your seed for the next growing season. Diligently follow the techniques and recommendations in these training manuals and you'll be well on your way to living a lifestyle of true self-sustainability.
This monster bank will literally plant acres of food. It is ideal for church and community gardens, or for persons wishing to lay up a store of "seed money" for barter.
Also included are the following five books: