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Digging the hole can be hard work in some soils, but it is always a valuable exercise. Record how the soil changes with depth. Look for clay layers or other obstacles that might hinder root growth. Search for traces of root growth to get an idea of how deep they go. Observe if the soil gets wetter or drier with depth.

The above observations will help you to choose the appropriate depth for the FullStops. Separate instructions for installation are given for both those with access to soil augers, and those using a spade and a trowel.

If you have concerns about soil disturbance, see under Frequently Asked Questions.

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Using Augers