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Seed bombs offer a unique opportunity for large-scale restoration projects. Saving time and money by producing larger yields with fewer seeds. Restoration projects in Kenya have proved valuable in restoration efforts. Whereas scattering seeds pose a risk of being eaten, seeds within a seed bomb are protected from birds and squirrels. Seeds within the seed bomb are also designed to protect them from drying out or sprouting improperly. Once there is sufficient rain, the seed bomb breaks down and the seeds begin to sprout. However, it is a particularly dry spring, and the scattered seeds may try to germinate and grow in early summer, which could weaken their survival rate. Instead, the seeds in the seed bomb will patiently wait until the following spring, keeping their viability.
Wildflower seed bombs distributed in 2020
Seed bombs distributed since 2018
Large scale projects