Many of the tools required for landscaping are very versatile and can be used for many DIY projects. Therefore, it is well worth investing in a few high-quality tools that will last many years.
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This tool is used for digging deep, narrow holes for fences and gate posts. Digging this type of hole would not be possible using the broader blade of a standard spade or shovel. If you need to dig a number of post holes, consider renting an auger. Post-hole diggers have a handle attached to each blade, and the blades are curved for cutting cylindrical holes.
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