seed down


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seed down

[′sēd ‚dau̇n]
(agriculture)
To sow seeds for grass or forage legumes.
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Her family has been growing these tomatoes since the 1880s; female family members pass the seed down from generation to generation.
I then water with a fine spray, which washes the seed down into the grit.
We'd planted part of a field under what we considered ideal conditions, with the seed down about half an inch.
These trees were likely sown by travelers who brought seed down the old stagecoach road from Castle Hot Springs.
I dug them out, filled the holes with compost, then put grass seed down.
If the ground is too wet to turn, just lay the seed down and cover with compost.
Now is the time to get some grass seed down if you need to freshen up your lawn.