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Why Are Earth Augers Better Than a Shovel?

People prefer augers to shovels for a very simple reason: Augers make the job easier. For people struggling with arthritis, an auger places less strain on the hands than a shovel or trowel. Plus, because earth augers dig quick, precise holes, gardeners and landscapers with large planting jobs ahead of them find that the work […]

5 Auger Maintenance Tips to Make It Last

Most gardeners know basic care and maintenance is the best way to help ensure tools not only work well but last for years. Consider the garden auger, an essential tool in any garden. Regular auger maintenance helps keep blades sharp, perfectly aligned, and properly attached to the auger shaft. Routine care also helps prevent long-term […]

Hole Digging 101

Digging the right hole is crucial when planting. Whether it’s a bulb, tree, or container plant, you want to dig a properly sized hole so the plant can put down its roots and thrive. In this guide, we’ll explore the best practices for digging holes and recommendations for the appropriate hole size for different plant […]

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New Heavy Duty Earth Augers Hit the Market

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Earth auger manufacturer Power Planter® introduces new Tube Drive with Heavy Duty Tip Augers and Replaceable Heavy Duty Auger Parts.   April 26, 2017 – Loda, Ill.   Power Planter is excited to introduce two new types of products –Tube Drive Augers with Heavy Duty Tips and Replaceable Heavy Duty Auger […]

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To reduce risk of injury, user must read DEWALT instruction manual before operating DEWALT product. Always use ANSI Z87.1 eye protection and proper respiratory protection. Keep hands and body clear of sharp edges and moving parts.