What term is used to describe the scattering of seeds over a large area?
The scattering of seeds over a large area is called sowing. After sowing is the prunning process then harvesting comes after and is the last.
Dispersion.....Dispersal by humans used to be seen as a form of dispersal by animals. Humans may disperse seeds by many various means and some surprisingly high distances have been repeatedly measured.
This is called broadcast seeding. It can be done by hand strewing or by a mechanical spreader type seeder.
by meloncauli 10 years ago
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by Heidi 10 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 years ago
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by QudsiaP1 11 years ago
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