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    Apr 2012
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    Digging Plugs in FLorida. Help

    Ive been watching some videos where people cut out a nice plug and it stays nicely together and closes back nice. Thats not the case here in FL. The roots are very very tough and the soil is sandy. So when you finllay cut the plug and lift the plug ends up falling apart. Any techniques for digging in these types of grounds would be great. I try to be as neat at possible by using a drop clothes. I also try to not walk around with a shovel so i dont draw attention to myself while at parks. thanks for you help

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    Apr 2012
    Clark County Washington
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    Try a potatoe digger. The plug is perfect round but require good pinpointing.
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