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A boss shitting out seed drops like these is a quick way of turning them worthless because they come into the game far faster than one can possibly use them.
I like the direction of dropping herb seeds instead of herbs themselves (and more drop tables should be this way), but without a better way of using up these seeds, it just creates more problems for the seeds themselves.
Reduce the bean price of the variant of instant growth potion that works on herbs (I forgot the name).