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- precision seeding, where seed is placed at a precise spacing and depth;
- hydroseeding, where a slurry of seed, mulch and water is sprayed over prepared ground in a uniform layer.
Seeds sown in this manner are distributed unevenly, which may result in overcrowding. This method may not ensure that all seeds are sown at the correct depth.
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