3 Benefits of Growing Non-GMO Seeds at Home, Shared by HAGA Expert

“100% non-gmo seeds for vegetable gardening”
Home and Garden America encourages gardeners to switch to non-gmo seeds in order to access to healthier foods, save more money and get an unlimited seed supply.

Carson City, NV – September 27, 2017 – Non-gmo vegetable gardens have become a lot more commonplace in American homes. It appears that health is the primary reason why many people strongly prefer non-gmo seeds for gardening. Since non-gmo seeds are all natural and not genetically modified in any way, the resulting crops are guaranteed fresh, nutritious and safe for families to eat.

Home and Garden America, a small family-owned seed business in Nevada, can attest to the effectiveness of non-gmo seeds. The family has been growing their own produce exclusively from heirloom non-gmo seeds so they can enjoy healthier foods while also avoiding the several health risks associated with genetically modified (GMO) crops.

To encourage other gardeners to switch to non-gmo gardening, Home and Garden America has recently shared the top 3 benefits of growing non-gmo seeds right at home.

The first benefit is none other than access to healthier foods. “GMOs are so prevalent these days—from breakfast cereals even to the coffee beans we brew. It would be easy to simply swear off these grocery items, but the reality is, GMOs are also present in the crops we eat every day,” says a representative from Home and Garden America.

“Everything from corn to zucchini have a genetically modified version. So if you’re not fully conscious about your food purchases, you could easily allow GMOs to enter your body. For us, the most effective way to have complete control over our food intake is to grow our own food organically using 100% non-gmo seeds. This way, we can be sure that our crops are natural, safe, pesticide-free and most importantly, GMO-free,” he continued.

Being able to save money is the second benefit to growing non-gmo seeds. Although organic produce is commercially available, they are often more expensive. Planting a non-gmo vegetable garden is seen as the cheaper option because are they homegrown.

“Good seeds, good soil and some gardening tools are really all you need to grow your own food. To save money on fertilizer, you can make your own compost, banana peel fertilizer, dried eggshells and the like as a more natural alternative instead of buying commercial products. Lots of DIY fertilizer tutorials can be found online, so the possibilities are endless. Another good thing about having your own garden is that you can grow specific fruit, vegetable and herb varieties that your family loves so that no food is wasted. A little effort is needed to grow and maintain the plants but the end results are rewarding,” said the representative.

An unlimited seed supply is the third benefit of using non-gmo seeds. Because these seeds are guaranteed safe and natural, they can be preserved and planted for the succeeding seasons. A popular sustainable practice is saving the seeds from this year’s harvest and using them next year instead of purchasing a new pack of seeds. By repeating this seed-saving method annually, an endless seed supply is achieved and money is also saved in the process.

Access to healthier foods, lesser costs and an unlimited seed supply are the three most important benefits that people can gain from non-gmo gardening. Interested readers can learn more about non-gmo seeds at www.homeandgardenamerica.com.

About Home and Garden America

Home and Garden America is the gardening division of the Charles C Harmon Co LLC. The small family-owned business provides heirloom non-gmo seeds for vegetable gardening and survival preparedness.

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Company Name: Home and Garden America
Contact Person: Chuck Harmon
Email: chuck@charlescharmon.com
Phone: 888-582-6650
City: Carson City
State: Nevada
Country: United States
Website: http://homeandgardenamerica.com