The Direct Seeded Drill allows for direct rice sowing without the requirement for preparation or wet fields while maintaining plant-to-plant spacing in a row. Saves a great deal of time and labor. Direct seeding of rice is possible using either dry or wet (peregrinated) seeding. Drilling rice seeds into a fine seedbed at a depth of 2-4 cm can use for dry seeding. Leveled fields must first be watered before being harrowed for wet sowing (Puddling). A drum seeder serves to sow seeds that have germinated after the field is just been puddling for 12 to 24 hours (48 to 72 hours later). You can disseminate seeds for wet or dry seeding.