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Some months ago, people were asking about reseeding vacant inaccessible
lots with balloons filled with water and seeds.  Just recently I found a site
that gives information on how to do it with balls of red clay embedded with
seed.  The clay protects the seeds until there is enough rain to wash it
away and enough water for the seed to germinate.  Detailed information
as well as an article on an interview with Masanobu Fukuoka who
pioneered the use of the seedballs is at
http://www.seedballs.com .


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