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How to dig holes in clay

howchoo   (455)
November 22, 2023
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Clay can be a real pain to dig in. Whether its footers for a backyard deck or simply potted plants, this is a great way to make it easier.

1 – Mark your hole

2 – Remove the top layer of clay from the marked area

3 – Drill small holes throughout the marked area

Drill as deep as you possibly can.

4 – Fill the hole with water

5 – Wait around 3 hours

This will vary based on the specific soil.

6 – Dig away

If the soil is still hard, add water and more time.

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