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There's a Better Way

There's a Better Way

Rows of Bulbs Come Tines at a Time

comments (2) September 9th, 2013 in blogs
Antonio_Reis Antonio Reis, Product Manager
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Multiply your bulb-planting efforts by grabbing a pitchfork (or auger).





Comments (2)

Cynthia writes: I agree, it's not a pitchfork. But I've always called it a "spading fork". Potato fork is new to me. I could plant bulbs much more quickly if my garden soil was as rock-free as the soil in the video appears to be. : ) I'm working on it. Posted: 8:18 pm on September 9th
keyboardkeys writes: I like the auger idea! BTW--that is a "potato fork", not a pitchfork. A pitchfork is for hay and has thin round long tines. You couldn't plant even tiny bulbs with it. Posted: 3:33 pm on September 9th
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