Hey, it's Alec Deacon from BackyardLiberty.com... and I want to thank you for taking action to ensure your family's survival in a food crisis.
This page is created especially for Backyard Libety clients
The reason for this is that I have an urgent message that I want to share with you... about something extremely time sensitive that could give you and your family the ULTIMATE food independence in a crisis... and is so powerful, that it might soon be banned.
It's probably the fastest way to start your first aquaponics system with a bang... so you'll get healthy crops that aren't just loaded with vitamins... but are also packed with enough proteins, carbs and fiber... that will keep your family healthy in a crisis... and will also give you plenty of energy to burn for those labor-intensive tasks in a survival scenario.
But that's just the beginning. Because when you have this item that I'll expose in a few seconds... that will become more valuable than gold and silver in a disaster situation... you'll have the ultimate bartering currency at your disposal... because this is something that can help feed not just your family... but also your community... even if a massive collapse wipes out the entire food supply system.
I'm talking about having your very own "seed vault"... that will allow you to grow your own food when conventional farming is crippled.
During bad times, having the seeds that allow you to plant a crisis garden can mean the difference between barely surviving... and becoming one of the pillars of your community. Because when stores are closed and mass farming can no longer feed the world... being able to plant your garden could be the only way towards long term survival. Yet conventional seed packages hold a dark secret... that I'll share with you in a few moments.
Many veteran preppers have survival seeds at the top of their list of preps. But soon enough, these seeds might become an endangered item... and we could be forced to depend on corporations like Monsanto.
It's a dangerous trend started across the ocean, in Europe... where the EU is pushing for legislation to ban all unregistered seeds... paving the way towards controlling what you plant in your garden!
It's the first step towards having GMO foods from Monsanto or Dupont shoved down your kids' throats. And with so many Monsanto people filling key positions in US federal agencies... people are worried that seeds will soon start to get regulated here.
That GMOs are evil is a fact. They've been known to cause severe health issues... and recently, it's been reported that some lab-engineered tomatoes even carry human DNA.
But in their quest to ensure their kids don't have "Soylent Green" for dinner, many folks turn to hybrid seeds... not knowing that they're sabotaging their prepping efforts. Because very often, they discover in shock that they can't save the seeds they got from hybrid crops... and they're still as addicted to Big Agribusiness as they were last year.
No. If you want a seed bank that will allow you to save seeds from your crops... every single year... you need open-pollinated heirloom seeds.
Heirloom seeds aren't just a natural way to get seeds year after... but they're also nature's answer to fighting deadly crop diseases. Unlike conventional seeds, heirloom seeds are genetically diverse... and this means that when conventional crops are wiped out by a disease, like it happened during the Irish potato famine of 1840... heirloom crops can resist simply because they're genetically different.
Imagine being the only one with food in your garden... when everything else is destroyed!
Now... heirloom seeds are an amazing step forward from hybrid seeds... and that's why many companies use them in survival seed banks. But if you think all heirloom seeds were created equal, you're putting your family's food security at risk. Because your problems are only just started. First, there's the caloric value... or lack thereof. In a crisis, you need your garden to be packed with high protein, calorie-dense crops... that will give your family enough energy to do lots of manual labor. But some seed companies, in their quest to achieve low costs, are padding their "seed vaults" with a lot of filler that, other than some basic vitamins, provide almost zero energy.
On top of that, some heirloom seed packs have the bad habit of not sprouting. You invest $150 or more in your seed bank... only to realize that when you plant it, less than half of your seeds turn into plants.
We didn't want you to go through the frustration of using sub-par seeds. What's the use of having the best aquaponics in the world... if you don't also plant seeds you can rely on to feed your family in a crisis?
That's why we've created Backyard Liberty Seeds.
It's the ultimate "starter kit" for aquaponics... but also big enough to plant more than a half an acre "survival garden"!
We've picked 25 essential vegetables, legumes and grains that thrive in an aquaponics system. In total, you have 5,000 super-seeds! That's more than you'll ever need for aquaponics... and still plenty to start some square foot gardening, or to barter with your neighbors if you have to! When we selected the varieties, we had a few goals in mind.
First, we wanted our Backyard Liberty Seeds to provide you with a potent source of Protein, Carbohydrates and Dietary Fiber.
In a crisis, your family won't survive on lettuce. And the problem with most kits is, because they only have traditional vegetables, there's barely any sort of actual nutritional value when it comes to giving your family enough energy.
That's why we included at least 7 varieties... like Bush Beans, Squash, Oats, Rye and Barley... that pack as much protein and carbohydrates as we could find.
The remaining seeds were specifically chosen because of their high vitamin and nutrient intake. Your kids will get plenty of Vitamin C, A, D and E... along with the critical vitamin B complex... not to mention Iron, Calcium, Potassium and Copper from a pure organic source.
These seeds were selected to work great for growing seasons all over the United States, which means you have plenty of varieties you can plant not only in the spring, but also Summer, Fall AND winter.
To order one pack of Backyard Liberty Seeds, simply click the big button below and you'll be taken to our secure check-out page.
Here's a full list of what you're getting in each pack:
|Blue Lake Bush Beans are easy to grow and do not require staking or trellising. They're high in fiber, and Vitamins A, C and K, as well as minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, and potassium.|
|California Wonder Bell Pepper is the king of heirloom bell peppers and produces the largest open-pollinated peppers you can grow. They contain small amounts of the alkaloid compound capsaicin, which has anti-bacterial, anti-carcinogenic, analgesic and anti-diabetic properties.|
|The Boston Pickler Cucumber is particularly resistant to powdery and downy mildew, and it produces abundantly. They are delicious vegetables for beating the heat because of their high levels of potassium and can be easily pickled for winter.|
|Danvers Carrot:This delicious, vivid red-orange carrot is nearly coreless. They are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Carrots are extremely high in antioxidants, with excellent levels of beta carotene, vitamin A, and vitamin C.|
|The Red Russian variety of kale is tender and more mildly flavored. Kale is rich in numerous health-benefiting flavonoids such as lutein, zea-xanthin, and beta-carotene, and it has more vitamins than can be found in any other green leafy vegetable.|
|Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage - Cabbage contains powerful phyto-chemicals and anti-oxidants, making it a guardian against breast, colon, and prostate cancers. It also helps to reduce LDL or "bad cholesterol" levels in the blood.|
|Garden Beets are a high source of fiber, folates, vitamin C, carotenoids, B complex vitamins and potassium. This particular beet is good for greens. It's a fine bunching beet midseason and unexcelled for winter storage.|
|Lincoln Shell Sweet Pea. This is a winter loving plant that is resistant to frost, and one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Lincoln Shell is a fast growing variety that resists wilting in the heat. Sweet peas are a good source of protein, fiber and provide 8 different vitamins including vitamin A, B6, and K.|
|Lucullus Swiss Chard is an excellent source of minerals such as copper, calcium, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese and phosphorus. The vegetable has been found to prevent osteoporosis, iron deficiency, and vitamin A deficiency, and also offers protection from cardiovascular diseases and colon and prostate cancers.|
|Beefsteak tomatoes are a large, juicy flat fruit, delicious for eating fresh or for canning. They supply antioxidants (including lycopene) that are powerful fighters of cancers, including colon, prostate, breast, endometrial, lung, and pancreatic tumors.|
|French Breakfast Radish grow quickly and are slow to become pithy, allowing for a longer harvest time. Studies suggest that a substance in these radishes, called "sulforaphane", protects against prostate, breast, colon and ovarian cancers through cancer-cell growth inhibition as well as cytotoxic effects on existing cancer cells.|
|Green Sprouting Broccoli: This variety of broccoli has a tendency to give yields from side shoots past its first harvest and can handle light frost with no problem.|
|The Waltham Butternut Winter Squash requires about 110 days from planting to harvesting. Winter squash contains poly-phenolic anti-oxidants, 354% of the RDA of Vitamin A, excellent levels of the B complex vitamins, fiber, protein, and valuable amino acids.|
|The Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach is fast growing, as it only takes 45 days to maturity. Many call this a super food because of its cancer fighting components and abundant antioxidants.|
|Parade Bunching Onion. This high-quality variety grows quickly and easily. If you slice off about 1" above the root end, you can restart them by just placing them in soil. Onions contain allicin, a valuable compound that decreases blood pressure, reduces cholesterol and has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal effects.|
|Golden Bantam Sweet Corn. This is a warm weather crop and should be planted after the last frost. Corn supplies a good amount of protein, calcium and iron. Each plant will produce an average of two ears per stalk.|
|Hales Best Cantaloupe. This sweet, juicy, award-winning cantaloupe prolifically produces very large melons. It's an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and the B-complex vitamins.|
|Snowball Cauliflower can be used as a replacement for potatoes or grain side dishes like rice. It contains lots of vitamin C, as well as the B-complex vitamins, and is a good source of minerals such as manganese, copper, iron, calcium and potassium.|
|Black Beauty Zucchini are the most prolific zucchini variety. As long as you pick the fruits, it will continue to produce throughout the summer. Zucchini is a very good source of potassium, which can help to regulate heart rate and blood pressure by negating the effects of sodium.|
|Howden Pumpkin is a good choice for baking. Pumpkins are packed with vitamins such as thiamine, niacin, Vitamin B6, folate, iron, Vitamin A, C and E. As well, they are incredibly rich in flavonoid antioxidants such as leutin, xanthin, and carotenes|
|Hard Red Spring Wheat. Wheat is high in copper, zinc, iron and potassium. Planting a 10x10 plot will yield between 10-25 loaves of bread.|
|Barley: This high-yielding variety has been adapted for pearling, malting, or feed. The grain has a variety of purposes, such as feeding livestock, grinding the grains for flour, as well as making beer. It can help to stabilize blood sugar, making it valuable for diabetics.|
|Oats can be grown to feed both people and livestock, making this a valuable multipurpose crop. Since these oats do not have the protective shell of other types, they require far less processing after the harvest. They provide an excellent source of fiber, protein and carbohydrates. A 1/4 acre field will result in a yield of up to 10 bushels of oats.|
|Rye is the most hardy cereal grain and it provides a soil-nutritious winter cover crop. It is reasonably drought resistant and can still thrive in lower fertility soils. It is heart-healthy and loaded with antioxidants and phytonutrients.|
|Pinto beans are extremely drought tolerant. They are a delicious source of fiber, carbohydrates, iron, and high quality protein.|
We've selected these seeds to thrive in your aquaponics system. And since you've already invested in Backyard Liberty... now you can take another simple shortcut to achieving complete food independence.
It's been a challenge to keep the price of this package in everyone's range, because we've picked our seeds based on their high protein and energy content, and not on their cost.
But since your original purchase already covers some of our profit, we were able to slash the price as a way of thanking you for being part of the "Backyard Liberty" revolution.
So for a limited time, you can get the Backyard Liberty Seeds at the special price below.
But we don't know for how long we can keep selling the Backyard Liberty seeds at this heavily discounted price. So you've got to move fast.
To add the Backyard Liberty Seeds to your order, simply click the big button below
As with the Backyard Liberty program, you're backed by my no questions asked one year money back guarantee.
These seeds have to give you the healthiest, tastiest vegetables, legumes and grains you've ever had.
...or you'll get your money back. Plus... we guarantee that these seeds will sprout. While with some seed vaults you'd be lucky to get a 50% germination rate.... we guarantee that at least 90% of our seeds will turn into plants... or you pay nothing!
So go ahead, click the big button below get the Backyard Liberty seeds, and to get on the fast-track towards making your family self-sufficient for a long term crisis!