Seed down

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(Bot.) the soft hairs on certain seeds, as cotton seed.

See also: Seed

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Something grew where we put the seed down. And to top it off, we actually killed some does out of it.
"I'll be completely up front with him and say, 'Look, I know that I can get the same exact seed down the road for cheaper, and no hard feelings if you can't match that price, but I'll give you the chance to match it right now,'" he said.
1 seed down the stretch, it did improve to 25-1 this season when leading at the break.
The machinery that ensures uninterrupted pinpoint accuracy for placing corn seeds in the ground relies on a dry lubricant such as talc or graphite to ensure smooth travel of the seed down a delivery chute.
Encourage the kids to play elsewhere if they are wearing out the front lawn, and get some grass seed down if you need to freshen it up.
No one was asked or consulted, and putting grass seed down means any restoration will have this to deal with.
I haven't sown this plant in years but it never fails to seed down and wait its turn to play its part in the electric mixture of annuals and perennials.
* Broadcast Spreader: Used to disperse seed across your plot, a broadcast spreader is basically a hopper that gravity feeds seed down to a spinning wheel.