5. Following tines, Seed drilling technic BOURGAULT, Seed drill discs

Sowing technique generally refers to everything that is used to place the seeds into the soil. There are different techniques used for this purpose: seeding discs which are usually used in combination with seeding tubes. The soil is slit by the disc and the seeds are placed in the slot. Openers are tines used to open the soil and deposit the seeds in it. In this case, tillage is not mandatory. It is also possible to place seeds and fertilizer separately from each other in one operation and by one tool. There are also seeding shares. These are made up of several parts and create a seed furrow in which the seeds are placed and then covered with soil. In some cases, there are also mixed forms of different seed placement systems , for example when working under difficult conditions.