do we use seed bombs to replant forests?



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    Seed bombs are not publicly endorsed or used by any large corporation, but they could be in the very near future.  A South Korean designer recently created a new biodegradable prototype that could revolutionize large scale planting. 

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    Most forests are replanted through the labor intensive but effective process of planting tree seedlings. In the Pacific Northwest, for example, after a company has logged a specific site, a tree planting crew goes in and plants hundreds (or thousands depending on the size of logging site) saplings. In nature, the majority of seeds never make it to become a tree sapling, so by planting an actual tree a few years old, there is a higher probably of sucess. However, a seed bomb of sorts would probably mimic nature and nature’s patterns better than planting.

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