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Fukuoka method for single seeds?

 
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Single seed application seems like it would work so well.

I am thinking about doing it for trees, whichever will work best. I have procured many hedge apple seeds for a hedge row

. Dropping single-seeded clay balls with hedge seems like it would work fine.

But what about vegetables? Flowers? The general rule is to make an amount of seeds in proportion to the clay and compost material, but I have many types of plants, but fewer seeds of each.

I simply don't have the wherewithal to start the plants indoors. Dropping them on the ground with everything they need to start sprouting sounds more appealing to me.

Does anyone have experience with this? Thoughts? Comments?

Thank you.
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