Originally Posted by suzook
Not knocking slig seeders, but compost on seed IMO is just as easy, and has better results than a slit seeder. His is it more labor intensive?
You don't have to install the topsoil. I could leave my chair right now grab my seeder and five bags of seed and seed an acre and be back in my chair five hours from now and make 3000 to 4000 dollars.
Like I say theres nothing wrong with the soil and seed methods but they are obviously more labor intensive than straight slit seeding.
There are also times where installing topsoil is absolutely necessary. I sub that out.