30 Garden Bulb Auger RD-2Have you been struggling to dig holes for your tree/crop seedlings in your yard? Roto Digger Garden Auger from Yard can take away the hassle of digging holes and transplanting plants by allowing you to work effortlessly and efficiently. Roto Digger Garden Auger has also proven to be handy in aerating and fertilizing trees, transferring seedlings,  weeding, and in installing pvc sprinkler on fields or gardens. What’s more? You can use it to dig holes for fence posts and dozens of other applications.Essentially, it  simplifies all the work in your farm and  being made of stainless steel can last for a long period without any tear or wear.

Advantages:

  • made of lightweight and durable steel
  • multipurpose in nature ( handy for  weeding, planting, construction, irrigation)
  • Drills both long and wide holes
  • Requires less energy
  • works by itself

How it works:

  • Fix Roto Digger Garden Auger into a drill and tighten it.
  • Firmly hold the drill and place the tip of the Roto  Digger  straight down into the desired area to be drilled
  • Drill slowly never push hard and allow the Roto Driller to drill
  • Pullout the Driller after some minutes to allow the dirt to spin off
  • Continue drilling till you reach the  depth you want

Tips for Planting Trees 
trees

Tree planting is a simple and fairly straightforward process when you have the right tools and know what to do. Start by digging holes in the garden preferably using a tree shovel, digging bar or round point shovel.  Use the pot that holds the tree to measure the desired depth. Ideally,the hole should be twice the size of the pot as you may want to put in some fertilizer.  Make sure that you loosen the roots of seedlings before you insert them into holes.

When setting the root ball in a hole, ensure the top is slightly higher to allow for proper settling. Keep all tree seedlings upright and steady. Water the tree and add some soil as the initial soil will settle. If planting on a slope, make sure the dish is wide and level so that the basin can hold water that will reach the roots. Finally, add a layer of mulch around the seedling and protect it from the wind.

Using the Roto Digger Garden Auger  

It cannot drill through surfaces with rocks or firm roots. We recommend that you avoid such places when using it.

Be sure to check out the Roto Digger Garden Auger from Yard Butler.