Secret To Buying Bulk Seeds – Non GMO Crops / Natural Farming Seeds!!

Here is a cool way to buy pounds of seeds for the same price as a pack of seeds. Perfect for natural farming techniques where you throw seeds and let crops g…

25 Responses to “Secret To Buying Bulk Seeds – Non GMO Crops / Natural Farming Seeds!!”

  1. But, aren’t some seeds preheated for pasturizing, which would prevent the
    seed from germinating. I tried to germinate Pepita seeds from the health
    food store and none of them would germinate. I found out later that they
    are heat treated before they hit the shelves.

  2. Actually, I just remembered something else. There are seeds that you can
    buy for sprouting, so I suppose they would not all be heat treated in that
    case. Some seeds are though.

  3. Good heads up about SASQUATCH THOSE ALIEN GENETIC CLONING LOSERS

  4. Linen is still used

  5. Looking forward to an update on this, did they all sprout? I’ll be heading
    to the health food store soon to get certain seeds in bulk for nitrogen
    fixing and biomass crops.

  6. To use for your guerrilla gardening purposes:

  7. “In the wake of a 12-year battle to keep Monsanto’s Genetically Engineered
    crops from contaminating the nation’s 25,000 organic farms and ranches,
    America’s organic consumers and producers are facing betrayal. A
    self-appointed cabal of the Organic Elite, spearheaded by WHOLE FOODS
    MARKET (owns the company you are talking about), Organic Valley, and
    Stonyfield Farm, has decided it’s time to surrender to Monsanto. Top
    executives from these companies have publicly admitted that they no longer
    oppose the mass commercialization of GE crops, such as Monsanto’s
    controversial Roundup Ready alfalfa, and are prepared to sit down and cut a
    deal for “coexistence” with Monsanto and USDA biotech cheerleader Tom
    Vilsack”. – See more at:
    http://www.thedailysheeple.com/usda-forces-whole-foods-to-accept-monsanto_052013#sthash.57b7BDv4.dpuf
    

  8. Jason Colclazier Reply April 18, 2014 at 4:12 am

    Wow you have 8 types of seeds! sure those will do great for you, till your
    sick of them. I’ll put my 150 different varieties of veggies against yours
    and see who starves first. That’s a great way to get started. But why so
    many seeds? Are you planting a garden the size of a football field? I do
    give you credit, you did some research. Props there! But the best way to
    get bulk seed is to grow it yourself and save the seeds from your garden.
    Then you know what you have! Not downing you just insight

  9. great point jefferdaughter!! i really enjoyed your insight in this topic
    and sharing some uncommon since with us!! take care!

  10. thanks brother. i store mine in a closet. no room in my freezer but the
    basement would be a good idea though. take care my friend!

  11. Great info ~ do you suggest storing in a plastic bin in a cool dark place
    til can use? Or how are you storing them? Im waiting on my property
    purchase to finalize but am preparing stuff for the garden and greenhouse
    there. ;)

  12. Great idea! Thanks for sharing

  13. Paul VandenBosch Reply April 18, 2014 at 6:19 am

    good idea, thanks for the info

  14. If the species did not develop eating this food in this form – it might not
    support that species. (ie: Don’t feed dead cattle to cattle. Why? There is
    no template in nature for cattle or ruminants of any kind to eat carrion –
    aka dead animals.) When I doubt, I look to the patterns found in natural
    eco-systems. This might be useful to others, as well.

  15. Watch them chickens…

  16. thats great!! do you have any good flax bread recipes you could share with
    me? thanks for watching and all your support!

  17. ‘Not approved for agricultural purposes’… Not until the revolving door
    between Monsanto and govt starts spinning. Good vid

  18. It might be worth watching watch?v=aR9iz8d_Dj4 better to grow more starch
    foods.

  19. wow!! that is a real honor that you would post this on your facebook. i
    really have enjoyed your videos for a long time and i really appreciate
    your support! thanks brother!

  20. Would be nice to see a video of when you plant these :) great seed haul!

  21. Backyardhomesteader Reply April 18, 2014 at 10:52 am

    Yes but if you saved seeds you wouldn’t have to buy bulk, brother! Looks to
    me like you pissed your money away on bulk when you could have saved for
    free, just saying!

  22. SimplyIncredulous Reply April 18, 2014 at 11:18 am

    Great vid! I already have bird seed sunflowers and store-bought amaranth
    grain sprouting. :)

  23. How about beens section in common big bucks stores, such Wallmart? I
    usually buy normal cheapest brand beans and they sporout and grow just
    fine! And they cheaper than 2$ a lb.

  24. Where do you get these.Those bags of seeds are beautiful

  25. thanks, but i wanted to grow these seeds this year and it will cost just as
    much to buy a pack of these seeds as it would to buy a pound. it would be
    stupid of me to piss my money away for a couple seeds when i could get
    pounds for the same price. also i have a lot of space to work with and i
    have been looking for bulk quantity of seeds to plant. i want LARGE and
    NATURAL gardens this year becuase i have acres to plant brother. this video
    is about BUYING bulk seeds, not seed saving! Just saying