Power Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H

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Power Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H

Power Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H:our store was listed on the main board of the stock exchange of usa limited on march 4 2005. Fall of 2016 I decided to plant 3 large areas I had prepared for flower bulbs. I wound up planting 2,220 bulbs all together. If I didn't have this tool, I would have never got them in the ground in a timely fashion. I used an old Dewalt 18v XRP drill with a 1/2" chuck and a set of brand new batteries. My other standard dewalt cordless did not have enough torque to drill many holes without killing the battery. The XRP drill with a fresh battery could drill about 90-105 holes on one charged battery. I averaged about 500-600 bulbs per day working around 4-5 hours per day at a slow pace. I laid out all the holes in each row by poking a dimple in the soil with a 3/8 diameter metal rod, then drill 90 to 100 holes at a time and plant...then proceed to the next row.I agree with other reviews that it does require a bit of a learning curve when first using the tool. The more you use it, the faster and better you will get at the technique.At times, some of the dirt falls back into the hole, it has a hard time getting past small rocks at times, and gets caught on roots real quick so watch your wrists...but this is to be expected with a hand auger and a cordless drill with different soil conditions. I was mostly drilling into areas that were prepared with 7-9" of fresh topsoil that had not fully "settled" yet...so I could drill much faster with less interference from rocks and roots. The solution to the dirt falling back into the hole in fresh topsoil is to dig a an inch or two deeper than your recommended planting depth, and whatever small amount falls back into the hole will get you around 5-6" in depth for most bulbs. Another trick that works if the dirt keeps collapsing back into the hole, drill 6-7" deep, then put the drill into reverse and drill for a few seconds. Any loose dirt that fell back into the hole easily became compacted at the bottom of the hole with the auger running in reverse. Most of the bulbs I planted were tulips and daffodils which required 5-6" planting depth.When drilling into areas around the yard with mostly compacted topsoil and clay conditions, the auger would frequently get caught on rocks and roots. The solution to this is to move over a few inches and try again, eventually you find a clear pocket between the roots and rocks where you can drill a nice hole, especially around the base of a tree.All in all, it works great after using it for a while and I'm glad I purchased the auger. It does get straining on the hands and wrists at times, but it saved a considerable amount of time. After planting the 2,220 bulbs, the tip and auger doesn't show much wear at all. Most of the paint was wore off, but I cleaned it up when finished and gave it a quick rattle can paint job to keep it from rusting.max 83% off,miami mall,virginia beach mallPower Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H
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Power Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H

Power Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H:our store was listed on the main board of the stock exchange of usa limited on march 4 2005. Fall of 2016 I decided to plant 3 large areas I had prepared for flower bulbs. I wound up planting 2,220 bulbs all together. If I didn't have this tool, I would have never got them in the ground in a timely fashion. I used an old Dewalt 18v XRP drill with a 1/2" chuck and a set of brand new batteries. My other standard dewalt cordless did not have enough torque to drill many holes without killing the battery. The XRP drill with a fresh battery could drill about 90-105 holes on one charged battery. I averaged about 500-600 bulbs per day working around 4-5 hours per day at a slow pace. I laid out all the holes in each row by poking a dimple in the soil with a 3/8 diameter metal rod, then drill 90 to 100 holes at a time and plant...then proceed to the next row.I agree with other reviews that it does require a bit of a learning curve when first using the tool. The more you use it, the faster and better you will get at the technique.At times, some of the dirt falls back into the hole, it has a hard time getting past small rocks at times, and gets caught on roots real quick so watch your wrists...but this is to be expected with a hand auger and a cordless drill with different soil conditions. I was mostly drilling into areas that were prepared with 7-9" of fresh topsoil that had not fully "settled" yet...so I could drill much faster with less interference from rocks and roots. The solution to the dirt falling back into the hole in fresh topsoil is to dig a an inch or two deeper than your recommended planting depth, and whatever small amount falls back into the hole will get you around 5-6" in depth for most bulbs. Another trick that works if the dirt keeps collapsing back into the hole, drill 6-7" deep, then put the drill into reverse and drill for a few seconds. Any loose dirt that fell back into the hole easily became compacted at the bottom of the hole with the auger running in reverse. Most of the bulbs I planted were tulips and daffodils which required 5-6" planting depth.When drilling into areas around the yard with mostly compacted topsoil and clay conditions, the auger would frequently get caught on rocks and roots. The solution to this is to move over a few inches and try again, eventually you find a clear pocket between the roots and rocks where you can drill a nice hole, especially around the base of a tree.All in all, it works great after using it for a while and I'm glad I purchased the auger. It does get straining on the hands and wrists at times, but it saved a considerable amount of time. After planting the 2,220 bulbs, the tip and auger doesn't show much wear at all. Most of the paint was wore off, but I cleaned it up when finished and gave it a quick rattle can paint job to keep it from rusting.max 83% off,miami mall,virginia beach mallPower Planter Termite Tree Auger (2"x24") with 1/2" Non-Slip H