Preparedness Stuff

Heirloom non-hybrid garden seeds, sprouting seeds, water filters, KI03 potassium iodate, Pri fuel stabilizers, LED lights, rechargeable spotlights, flashlights, lanterns and soc locks should all be part of your survival gear.

Emergency Survival Preparedness Products

New Product H2OResQ - Emergency Water Storage Treatment Kit 

H20ResQ is a water treatment kit that you can use to treat the water you drink and store.

Emergency Lighting

Our mini pocket size 12 volt rechargeable spotlights (flashlights) are cleverly designed to recharge utilizing an automobiles cigarette lighter. A wall charger is also available for added convenience.

The most popular LED Lantern we know of is the Navigator SL 9100WLED. We like this one because it’s an emergency radio, it is very bright and durable, it burns for hours, can be charged through an outlet, a cigarette lighter, a USB port or even through its own solar panel. It utilizes a sealed rechargeable YB645 6 volt 4.5ah battery. We like the way this battery can be easily removed and another one can be charged in its place as a “back up” this gives one the option of a second or a third battery and allows for more burn time if there’s an emergency. Please order this lantern by phone until we’re able to list it on our web site.

Emergency Water Filtration System

This water filtration system is ideal for your family in the event of a culinary water disruption.

Non-Hybrid Garden Seeds

Non Hybrid Heirloom Garden Seeds for "crisis storage". This type of seed can be handed down from generation to generation, saved and preserved to plant the next year. It is recommended you protect yourself in the event of a forced genetically modified seed crisis.

Sprouting Seeds for your 1 Year Supply

The right blend of seeds is very important because there are some seeds that mature and sprout earlier than others. As a general rule the seeds are separated into at least two different seed groups “large and small”.  A list of seeds that could be included in a nutritional sprouting mix may contain combinations of the following seeds…Adzuki Beans, Mung Beans, Whole Green Peas, Wheat, Green Lentils, Red Lentils, Triticale, Fenugreek, Alfalfa, Clover, Radish, Broccoli and Diatomaceous Earth.

KIO3 - Potassium Iodate

If there's a "nuclear event," and you're down-wind, you need to take KIO3 or KI before the radioactive plume reaches you.

In radiological "events," huge amounts of radioactive iodine can be released into the atmosphere.

They know about that in Chernobyl.

Radioactive Iodine (131-I) released in such events can be absorbed by the thyroid. When radioactive iodine (the bad Iodine) gets into your thyroid gland, cancer can follow.

KIO3 essentially fills the thyroid with "good iodine," which blocks radioactive iodine - the very worst form of iodine - and keeps it from entering the thyroid gland.

Potassium Iodate blocks radioactive iodine from entering the thyroid gland. That's a medical fact. Filling the thyroid to the top with good Iodine is the one thing we know for certain can work.

That's why the government gives thyroid blocking potassium-iodine tabs - free - to people who live near nuclear power plants. Of course they only give out two or so tablets and even then it is only to people living within 10 miles (or less) of the power plant.

And that's why some call KIO3 anti-nuke pills, or anti-radiation pills.

If you don't have KIO3 or KI at the time of the event, then it's probably too late.

March 12th the day after Japan’s 9.0 earthquakes the scare of radiation spreading throughout the world drastically choked our KI03 supplies. Despite the countless run on (KI03) Potassium Iodate and the hundreds of backorders “we now have supplies” and we are back on track to ship unless of course we experience another radiation scare or unexpected nuclear disaster.

We admonish all to let this disaster exemplify a lesson of learning “to not wait”, but rather “get prepared” buy ahead of an emergency while the getting is good - long before the shelves near empty. Purchase KI03 supplies here: (KI03) Potassium Iodate

Sock Locking Rings

Preparing your socks so they will return makes the laundry task much easier. Matching and sorting socks becomes a breeze when you use our well designed sock locking rings, loc a soc, sock clip organizers. Our sock rings securely lock a pair of socks together and keep them matched for future use.

PRI-G and PRI-D Fuel Storage Stabilizer Treatment

PRI Fuel Stabilizers are designed to treat fuel for long and short term storage. This product is excellent for storage tanks, winterizing your motorized yard tools, stabilizing the fuel in idle cars, RV's, boats, trucks, heavy equipment and etc. Power Research Inc fuel treatment was precisely designed to "preserve" gasoline, diesel and kerosene fuel as well as "restore" the fuel to productive use.

Let's face it ~ Life is seldom predictable so let us be wise and prepare for the unpredictiable.

 

Reading the WARNING signs tells us DANGER is AHEAD

"IF YE ARE PREPARED YE SHALL NOT FEAR" (D&C 38:30)

 


 Non-Hybrid Garden Seeds

Dates for Starting Seeds Indoors

Based upon Mapleton, Utah County Climate at an elevation of 4700 feet.

Feb 1-14

(10–12 weeks before average frost free date) Celery, Onions, Leeks and Early Tomatoes

Feb 14-24

(6–10 weeks before frost free date) Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli

Feb 28-Mar 7

Eggplant, Peppers and Lettuce.

Mar 7-14

Tomatoes

April 4-1

(Plant indoors 3–4 weeks before setting out in the garden) Cucumbers, Squash and Melons.

May 1-7

Squash (For transplanting in pea patch after peas are harvested about June 15 to July 1).

April 25

Average Frost Free Date (Utah County) Mapleton, UT - Its elevation is 4,700 feet (1,400 m) above sea level. 

Dates to Plant in Garden

Based upon Mapleton, Utah County Climate at an elevation of 4700 feet.

Mar 14-28

Very Hard

Broccoli, Cabbage (105 days), Lettuce (Iceberg 82 days), Onions, Peas (62 days), Potatoes, Spinach (43 days), and Turnips.

Mar 28 - April 11

Hardy

Beet (60 days), Carrots (75 days), Chard (60 days), Mustard, Parsnips (105 days), and Radishes (30 days).

April 25-

Not Cold Hardy

Snap Beans (55 days), Okra, Soybean, Squash, Sweet Corn (85 days) Tomatoes, and Parsley (55-70 days).

May 2-

Require hot weather

Lima Beans, Eggplant, Peppers (65-75 days), Sweet potatoes, Cucumbers, and Melons (90 days).

May 24-

Medium heat tolerant good for summer plant

All Beans, Chards Soybean, Squash, and Sweet Corn.

July 1-

*After the peas are harvested

Hardy for late summer or fall planting

Beets, Collard (75 days), Kale (55 days), Lettuce (82 days), Mustard, Spinach (43 days), and Turnips.

 

 Fall Garden Crops

Beets (60 days), Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower (70 days), Sweet Corn (80 days), Cucumber (58 days), Parsnips (105 days), Rutabagas (90 days), Turnips (55 days), Green Onions, Carrots (75 days), Lettuce (82 days), Peas (62 days), Radishes (30 days), Spinach, and Swiss Chard.

       

Copyright Material 2012

Find Garden Seeds Here Non-Hybrid Garden Seeds 


  What is Emergency Preparedness?

 Emergency Preparedness is being physically and spiritually prepared for the short term and long term challenges that we may face. Its true no one completely knows what the future will hold and therefore it is wise to prepare for a possible disaster that might befall us. It doesn't mean we have to invest thousands of dollars to obtain luxury - what we're after is survival. Consider the recent disasters that have occurred in the US in the last few years. In some situations, having emergency supplies would have saved lives and in many instances it would have kept people more comfortable while waiting for help.

We should plan for what is needed should a catastrophe shut down our basic utilities for a few days, a few weeks or even longer. Even though it's highly uncomfortable, a person can go without food for a short time - but can go without water for only a few days without causing severe and possibly permanent damage - even death. It is even harder on children, the elderly and persons with health problems.

If your electricity were to go out would you have a clean water source if the available water was contaminated?

Do you know what to do if a nuclear reactor in your area had a melt down? 

What about a famine in the land would you have seeds to grow your own garden? 

What if this happens? What if that happens?

Again, "If ye are prepared ye shall not fear." Are you prepared?
 

All Natural Solutions, LLC. 1480 North 300 West, Mapleton, UT 84664
Phone: (801) 489 3471 Fax: (413) 487 8405. Email: vancebandg@juno.com

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