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    I use post hole diggers when planting transplants. I use old compound buckets for carrying and pouring composted manure and compost into, and around the holes. I put whatever else I'm using, epsom salts or bone meal, in the holes, and then mix it up with a spading fork. I plant each transplant and water each one immediately.
    I like to plant in the late afternoon, so the transplants have an easy first day out of the midday sun.
    I don't know.

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      #3
      The Farmers Almanac Gardening by the Moon Calendar

      JUNE 2016


      24th-26th Set strawberry plants. Excellent for any vine crops such as beans, peas, and cucumbers. Good days for transplanting. Favorable time for planting late root crops.

      27th-28th Cut hay or do plowing on these barren days.
      29th-30th Good days for transplanting. Good days for planting root crops.
      "Virtute et armis"

      Girls play with dolls. Men play with dead animals

      ”Z”

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        #4

        Post hole digger?
        Just how big are these transplants???????






        And I thought I was the only one that goes whole hog in the garden.
        Here's me transplanting radishes last week:
        Dépenser de l'argent et aimer votre miel

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          #5
          been useing a post hole digger since i figured out as a yung beansprout dat shovels/spades sux.

          hoz are eben wurst ta use
          "Virtute et armis"

          Girls play with dolls. Men play with dead animals

          ”Z”

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              #7
              Originally posted by swampbilly View Post
              hoz are eben wurst ta use



              I LOVE Hoz.
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                #8
                Originally posted by Mayaca View Post




                I LOVE Hoz.
                Yeah but the only shovel work you'll get out of em is up their nose.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by gamgee View Post
                  I use post hole diggers when planting transplants. I use old compound buckets for carrying and pouring composted manure and compost into, and around the holes. I put whatever else I'm using, epsom salts or bone meal, in the holes, and then mix it up with a spading fork. I plant each transplant and water each one immediately.
                  I like to plant in the late afternoon, so the transplants have an easy first day out of the midday sun.
                  the other trick is to put your plants in a bucket of water when planting.

                  I have done a lot of dry planting where you have tiny plants in 1 inch diameter root trainers, and you walk along and just heave your spade into the ground, pull, drop and go onto the next one.

                  If you have soaked all those little baby trees in a bucket of water, and you do this after rain when the land is moist, you can just chuck those babies in and that's it.

                  but they have to be fully soaked.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by swampbilly View Post
                    been useing a post hole digger since i figured out as a yung beansprout dat shovels/spades sux.

                    hoz are eben wurst ta use
                    are you using a flat ended d-spade?

                    because shovels are for moving loose items around. Shovels are NOT for digging.

                    Spades are for digging. Nice sharp stainless steel spades.

                    If you're too weak for a real one, you could always use a border spade.

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                      #11
                      like i said......

                      homey dunt dew spades oar shovels.....

                      hoz are oUt of da qUestion......
                      "Virtute et armis"

                      Girls play with dolls. Men play with dead animals

                      ”Z”

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by swampbilly View Post
                        like i said......

                        homey dunt dew spades oar shovels.....

                        hoz are oUt of da qUestion......
                        yeh no Swampy don't like dem hos. And dem hos don't like swampy.

                         

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