BULLY TOOLS Steel Tree-Planting Bar - 192137
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Steel Tree-Planting Bar Helps You Plant down to 10" Deep
Steel Tree-Planting Bar is perfect for digging in hard soil and planting saplings. 8"W steel T-style handle provides durability. Blade measures 3"W x 10"L x 3/8"D. 38-1/8"L overall. Made in ...
Item #:192137
Mfr. Model #:92381
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BULLY TOOLS Steel Tree-Planting Bar

Steel Tree-Planting Bar Helps You Plant down to 10" Deep

Steel Tree-Planting Bar is perfect for digging in hard soil and planting saplings. 8"W steel T-style handle provides durability. Blade measures 3"W x 10"L x 3/8"D. 38-1/8"L overall. Made in the USA.

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BULLY TOOLS Steel Tree-Planting Bar
 
3.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

nice tool

By lazy J

from Early Branch, SC

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Good Design
  • Good Value

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about BULLY TOOLS Steel Tree-Planting Bar:

      just finished planting in 1000 pine trees and this little tool made life a whole lot nicer..

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      2.0

      Bought three, broke three

      By Nelson

      from Northeast KS

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      Pros

      • Heavy Duty Steel
      • Looks Sturdy

      Cons

      • Breaks Easily

      Best Uses

        Comments about BULLY TOOLS Steel Tree-Planting Bar:

        We ordered three of these for planting bare root seedlings. Figured in Northeast kansas soil, these oughta be overkill. After getting maybe a dozen seedling in the ground, first one snapped off at the weld that connects the blade to the handle shaft. After about 40 more, the other 2 snapped in the same spot.

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