How does a sedge disperse its seeds?
Sedge or Carex seeds can be dispersed either by wind or water.
Animals disperse seeds in various ways that include seeds with barbs that get stuck in their feathers or fur and are carried to new areas. They eat the fruit with the seeds and once through the digestive tract, seeds are dropped in other areas. Another way animals disperse seeds is by burying them for later and not retrieving them so they grow into new plants.
Windblown Seeds Also by crossbills and other finches eating and passing through their digestive system. Other animals also help disperse one tree seeds such as squirrels. Even we as humans help disperse theses seeds as we use the pine cones for the sweet pine smell used in burning the cones (minus the seeds). Also children disperse the seeds playing 'helicopters' with these particular seeds in Scottish playgrounds.
Water, wildlife, and wind are ways in which spinach seeds disperse. The aquatic plant which is known as water spinach is most likely to disperse by water since its air pocket-filled labyrinthine seeds can float and disperse with water currents. The terrestrial plant tends to disperse by wildlife and winds.