Heavy Duty Augers
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[review content="Had to wait nearly 8 days til I could get outside, due to fridged weather, and start planting several trees on my property. The only reason I can do it at all is because of the Power Planter System I ordered. SO WORTH THE INVESTMENT! I have heavy rock and thick clay soil. It a beast in and of itself and it has really limited what I could accomplish in planting anything. Can you imagine using a spud bar for over an hour to breakup a rock so you could remove it. That’s what I faced every time I wanted to plant anything. I took a few tries to really get the hang of the system. Got the power stance right to knowing when to and how to use the auger to do the work for you. . . I finally got it down and I am SO grateful! You have one VERY HAPPY CLIENT! These are the 1st big ones I’ve purchased & used. Boy do they make a difference. I live in NJ and we have crappy soil, shale & clay. And since our house was built on what was once a farm they stripped away the topsoil." name="Debbie from NJ" product-name="Ultimate Heavy Duty Professional Landscaper Bundle (Heavy Duty Tips)" product-handle="ultimate-heavy-duty-professional-landscaper-kit-hd-tips"]
[review content="Extremely well made and heavy duty. Used to dig holes to fertilize 5 evergreens of varying sizes. Worked great. Accomplished the job in a fraction the time it would have taken to dig by hand." name="Courtney N." product-name="DIY Guru Auger (3″ x 12″)" product-handle="diy-guru-auger-3-x-12"]
[review content="I have quite a variety of Power Plant augers, and I am very pleased with my latest addition — the 5″ auger in a very comfortable length. This auger is perfect for quickly digging holes to plant potted plants, and it’s great for digging holes for bare-rooted plants because a 5″ hole gives a lot of room for roots to spread out. I like the 28″ length so I do not have to bend over. I will be planting 200 asparagus crowns soon and this auger will make short work of the deep holes needed for asparagus. I use a Milwaukee drywall compound mixer to power all of my augers." name="Anonymous" product-name="Quart Pot Landscaping Auger (5” x 28”)" product-handle="528-quart-plant-auger"]
[review content="The 5″ size handles most of the seedlings we plant, and the heavy-duty tip with a DeWalt DCD130 cordless drill tears through the clay soil we have in spots." name="Jack H." product-name="Quart Pot Landscaping Auger (5” x 28”)" product-handle="528-quart-plant-auger"]