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Riverside auger

Where soils are very hard or dry the concentric auger point of the Edelman auger can no longer turn in the soil and the Riverside auger is required.

The body of the auger consists of an open tube with two spoon-shaped auger blades at the bottom end. A bracket fastens the open tube to the lower piece. The points of the auger blades which go down at an angle loosen the soil by scraping it and pushing it evenly into the tube. The auger blades project out a little beyond the tube which means that the auger encounters a minimum of resistance from the soil.

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