Is There An Easy Way To Plant Seeds Quickly Without The Digging Or Tilling?

Yes, there is! There are seeds on the market today that allow you to plant a garden without digging or tilling! A new breed of seed known as Drop & Grow SeedBallz are made of fertilizer, clay and are loaded with a variety of seeds. You simply drop the seedballz on the soil, water and watch them grow into clusters of beautiful flowers! We wanted to know just how true this is so we purchased a variety of packs. We were so happy with the results that we are now a distributor. These seeds not only worked but germinated more flowers than any other seeds on the market! Drop & Grow SeedBallz are hand made by People with disabilities and they are guaranteed to work or they will be replaced free! I just wish this was around when my Mother was gardening! Want more info.? Check them out at: http://www.touchofseasons.com/catalog.php?page=seed_plant
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On May 6, 2:29pm, Brooklyn1 <Gravesend1> wrote:

Memory Lane: Anybody remember Ruth (last name) from (olde tyme garden mag) -- talk about senior moments!!!! Her method of planting tomatoes was to drop ripe tomatoes on the ground and step on them.
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I just remembered her last name: Ruth Stout. And I think the Olde Tyme gardening mag might have been Organic Gardening? Anybody?
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On Sun, 6 May 2012 23:15:25 -0700 (PDT), Higgs Boson

She's one of the authors who advocated no-dig gardening. She wrote several books on the topic.
As to the OP's spam post, it's terribly easy to make your own seed clods. Can't imagine paying for ones made by someone else, even if they're underpaid disabled people.
There links to a variety of "Seed bomb" designs and recipes at <http://www.guerrillagardening.org/ggseedbombs.html (no affiliation)
Or an instructable: <http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-a-Seed-Bomb/
I rather suspect the spammer isn't selling seeds for heirloom vegetables.
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