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Eijkelkamp Soil Auger - Edelman Clay Soil

Manufacturer: Eijkelkamp
Eijkelkamp Soil Auger - Edelman Clay Soil
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  • Eijkelkamp Soil Auger - Edelman Clay Soil 7cm blade In stock
    £125.00 inc VAT
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    £175.00 inc VAT
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A simple fixed-handle auger for extracting soil samples. The auger is 1.2 m long with a metal shaft and T-bar handle with rubber grips at the top. It is made of high-grade non-toxic hardened steel. The auger is available with either a 7 or 10cm blade diameter.

The clay soil auger has narrow blades for minimum resistance.

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Manufacturer: Eijkelkamp
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