Definition of seed drill in English:

seed drill

noun

Farming
  • A machine that sows seeds in a row at regular intervals, especially one which also ploughs a furrow and covers the seed with soil.

    Seed drills were originally designed to be pulled by horses or other draught animals, but are now (in areas where agriculture is mechanized) typically pulled by tractors.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in The Gentleman's Magazine.