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Old 06-27-2013, 08:26 PM #11
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Try a search on Bulb Augers. I have one I use with a cordless drill but its only about 3" in diameter.
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Old 06-27-2013, 10:21 PM #12
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Try a search on Bulb Augers. I have one I use with a cordless drill but its only about 3" in diameter.
My local Ace Hardware has those in the gardening tools section.
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Old 06-27-2013, 10:21 PM #13
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I would grow in pots instead rather than spend days trying to dig holes in ground like concrete.
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I would grow in pots instead rather than spend days trying to dig holes in ground like concrete.

So would I...believe me.

Lost to many of my outdoor plots 2 years ago because I wanted the "convienience". Thats not happening this year.

As I'm quite certain this particular plot is safe I don't mind putting in the extra work as I'd use it for years to come.

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Try a search on Bulb Augers. I have one I use with a cordless drill but its only about 3" in diameter.
Thats definately the kinda thing I was looking for thank you.
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What about planting multiple plants in bags of potting soil?
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Old 06-28-2013, 12:42 AM #16
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What about planting multiple plants in bags of potting soil?
If I did that this year....I'd have soil to ammend and add next season for short, raised beds....excellent idea thanks.

I've got a month to put something to gether so keep 'em coming folks.
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If you have a tractor supply near you there house brand organic soil is only $1.49 a cubic foot and is loaded with perlite.
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using a crowbar for THAT MANY holes?! maybe if you were 20 years old.

why not get hold of builders membrane ... the stuff that's put under concrete floors to damp proof them. cheap. make pots by cutting squares of the stuff and sitting it in a ring of rocks? let one side down for drainage.

I too have a hostile growing environment (but termites and sponge dry) and this is how I make even large beds.

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If u have access to water u can blast some small holes with a pressure washer.. Ur gonna be making some noise though.
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