"Boy do I wish I had these sooner." The Impatient Gardener talks about how strong and useful Power Planter augers are.
Stuart Moore from Landscape Rescue and Integrity Landscaping finds out if a Power Planter heavy-duty drill auger and a 40-volt drill can withstand the rocky clay soil of Missouri.
Landscape designer Roy Diblik talks with colleague Bob Kugach about how Power Planter augers fundamentally improved their business and health of their gardens.
Power Planter heavy-duty augers are built for the toughest digging jobs you can throw at them. Our heavy-duty augers are what you reach for when you need to dig post holes, plant trees, or just need to break up dense, rocky clay soil that other digging tools just can’t take. Landscapers across the Southern and Northeastern regions of the United States, as well as in Australia, have praised the exceptional efficiency of Power Planter heavy-duty augers in challenging soils. Whether you’re a professional landscaper or a dedicated DIY enthusiast, Power Planter’s tough earth auger bits are up to the task of cutting through any soil condition to get the job done.
What sets Power Planter’s heavy-duty augers apart is their durable craftsmanship and high-quality hand-welded designs. On augers with a 4” diameter and larger sizes, all wear parts, including the pilot auger, flighting blades, and hex adapter are replaceable. Built to last, our heavy-duty garden augers are made with American steel that’s tough enough to bore into soil that leaves other tools throwing in the towel. And with an unconditional guarantee on parts, materials, and craftsmanship, you can rest easy knowing that your investment is protected. Choose Power Planter heavy-duty augers and experience the power and precision in your landscaping jobs today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will a Heavy-Duty Auger Work in Clay Soil?
Yes, a heavy-duty auger can work in clay soil. How effective your digging experience is will depend on several factors, including the size of the auger, the moisture content of the soil, and the power of your drill.
Do I Need a More Powerful Drill to Use a Heavy-Duty Auger?
If you are using earth auger bits with a diameter of less than 7” and are digging less than 12 inches into loose soil, then you will need an 18V – 20V drill at minimum. For larger heavy-duty augers and for use in more challenging soil conditions, we recommend a 60V drill. For more information on how much drill power you need for your heavy-duty auger, check out this handy guide.
What Safety Precautions Should I Take When Using a Heavy-Duty Auger?
To use your heavy-duty auger safely, make sure you use appropriate personal protective equipment, such as gloves, eye protection, and sturdy footwear. Also, be aware of any underground utilities and other potential hazards before you begin drilling with your heavy-duty auger.