The act of scattering seeds, by the handful, across a large area. This process is typically used for seeding of lawns and wildflower gardens.
Scattering seed on the surface of the soil. Contrast with drill seeding, whereby the seed is placed in rows in the soil.
Process of scattering seed on the surface of the soil prior to natural or artificial means of covering the seed with soil.
Sowing across large areas by scattering seed mechanically or by hand.
Distribution of seed by a fan spreader or by hand spreading.
spreading a seed mixture evenly over harrowed ground and raking. Calcareous: refers to soils or an area with soils containing large amounts of calcium carbonate, usually derived from limestone sediment.
In agriculture and gardening, broadcast seeding is a method of seeding that involves scattering seed, by hand or mechanically, over a relatively large area. This is in contrast to precision seeding, where seed is placed at a precise spacing and depth.