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    cut a milkjug and use for scooping soil!

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    Flexible scoop. This simple scoop is fashioned from a half-gallon plastic milk jug. It's great for distributing fertilizer granules or potting soil in tight spaces. To craft it, make two horizontal cuts on the sides adjacent to the handle, and two forward-slanting diagonal cuts in the other sides. _ 25 No-Cost (or Low-Cost) Garden Tools

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    25 no cost (low cost) garden tools

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