I have read the entirety of Fukuoka's "One Straw Revolution" (highly recommend) and in it he thoroughly explains how "do-nothing" is a HUGE figure of speech, but it's the title he deemed necessary to grab people's attention and convey in an instant the paradigm shift in thinking about agriculture that society needs to have; That we need to let nature do as much as possible, and do as CLOSE TO NOTHING as possible to nature.
Su Ba: Your accounts make it clear that we can't just copy Fukuoka's instructions in our own bioregions and mircobioregions. We have to take his PHILOSOPHY and apply it ingenuously to our home places and permaculture sites. Which may take trial, error, frustration, and loss, like it did for Fukuoka. We just have to think more broadly when that happens, and take DETAILED note of our lessons and accounts to locals, neighbors, and take on apprentices, knowing that our failures are carving the path to success of future permies in our area. (and make use of the regional permies forum on here of course!)
apply Crop Rotation principle to seed scattering
contact/create localized seed libraries for greater success in seed scattering