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seeders for no till mulch?

 
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Does there exist such a thing? Do I have to invent one? All the walk - behind seeders I've seen are all designed to make a groove in tilled soil which would totally not work in my seaweed mulch (would just be dragging seaweed) I need something like a wheel with spikes with holes in the ends of the spikes to roll over my mulch and poke in seeds at intervals.
 
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You described a waterwheel planter. There are versions out there and DIY plans based on barrels or sewer pipe or...

I also have been looking for an affordable market garden scale no-till planter. with no luck.
 
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