I know what it is, but not what it was used for

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Plant/tulip bulb or onion planter. I agree with gunsil that are called "dibbles".

Be a big hole for a 1/4" corn kernal. We usually hill ours with five kernals/hill.
 

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Plant/tulip bulb or onion planter. I agree with gunsil that are called "dibbles".

Be a big hole for a 1/4" corn kernal. We usually hill ours with five kernals/hill.

Agreed--too big for a corn kernel, but just right for bulbs, etc. Speaking of just right--true story--the father of one of my classmates once gave his farmhand a drink of his home made whiskey. After a few minutes he asked the farmhand how it was. He exclaimed--"jes right --if it had been any worse, I couldn't have drank it, and if it had been any better, you wouldn't have given it to me!
 

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