So, like a lot of people on here, I read Fukuoka's book. Also Sepp's book.
In there Sepp talks about just throwing the seeds out there, really thickly it looks like (http://www.permies.com/t/5559/permaculture/Sepp-Holzer-method-planting
I don't remember him talking specifically about his method in "Sepp Holzer's Permcaculture"). This is good, but I don't have a ton to spend on seeds...
Fukuoka talks about using seed balls with clay and soil.
So, I know he lives on the mountain, and gets clay from there, I live in Florida. I haven't found any clay around my house, yet.
But, until then, I do want to do seed balls, to increase my chances. So the function of the clay is to protect the seed until it gets wet, then it dissolves. That means I need something that will break down when it gets wet, and will keep the seed dry till then, or something like that.
I thought maybe a leaf, but that would take forever to break down, so no.
Maybe Spanish moss? Maybe a some old wood pulp?
I don't know, what do you guys think?