The innovative idea of a seed packet is that within the saturation substrate (growth environment) there are several kinds of seeds that all grow at different times each for a given purpose, namely:
Grass, flower and tree seeds.
These Grow quickly and form a network of roots that anchor the seed packet to the ground.
These avoid the seed packets being washed away and provides shade for the rest of the seeds retaining the water.
Flower seeds sprout next.
Their purpose is to create a bio-diverse micro-environment by attracting pollinators such as bees, and other animals that depend on flowers for food and shelter.
There a two kinds of tree seeds within the seed packet.
Small tree seeds: This are quick growing trees that sprout before the native slower growing trees, that provide shade for the native trees that grow later.
Native tree seeds: This grow slower that the native trees and repopulate the native forests. They are the main purpose of the seed packet.
The Carrier team provides fresh supplies of seed packets, and other supplies such as food, fuel creating a fluid workflow.
Are in charge of actual broadcasting, which can be by use of aircrafts, or catapults, that we have designed to broadcast seed packets with pin-point accuracy.
We have partnered with flight dogs drone service who will provide technical support using of drones to broadcast the seed packets. Want to know more about flight dogs…click here
We keep on improving the seed packets for optimal performance. We have had several generation of seed packet tests and have had success.
In the video, you can see three seed packets that made it through storms, cold and wind without any problems. The next generation of seed packets have been broadcasted as demonstrated in the video. We continuously run tests that give us more information that allow survival of the seed packets on any terrain and environment.