A system of planting rice in which seeds, either pregerminated or dry, are broadcast or sown directly in the field, with either dryland or wetland preparation; no transplanting process is involved.
a method of revegetation in which seeds are sown directly on a restoration site.
A method of artificial regeneration whereby tree seeds are sown on the surface of a prepared site.
To sow seeds in the soil outdoors where they will sprout.
Artificial ly placing seed by hand, land machine or aircraft onto a germination surface.
the application of tree seed to a denuded area to regenerate it with commercially valuable species.
Planting straight into soil where the plant is to grow rather than germinating seeds indoors and transplanting.
A system that sows seed directly into the stubble of last season's crop. The soil is not tilled in the spring before planting. Crop residues remain on the soil surface, with at least 50% of the stubble upright and anchored.