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Old 07-18-2009, 01:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Kiril View Post
Shovels are for digging, not prying.
How else do you propose removal of large shrubs or the like? What would you "pry" with?

Or are you saying you should not pry a shrub out for removal? I have been doing this for about 10yrs now and I have tried many different techniques and wasted alot of money on ineffecient fancy items because I thought there might be an easier way than strong tools and a strong back and some hard work.

Yes I buy $100 shovels and $45 pruners, some people call me crazy but I have had alot of these items for over 6 years and will be handing them down to the next generation when they take over my business.
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