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 What do you call the spreading of seeds from the original plant?

Answer The spreading of seed is referenced as shattering in grasses but dispersing is a general term for the spreading of seed. There are thousands of ways that seeds are dispersed by different species.
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What do you call the spreading of seeds from flowers?

NO! There is a chance that they may explode in the dishwasher.Myself, I washed them by hand and ended up with 8 stitches.
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Does seeds from friute you buy from stores have seeds you can plant?

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