Fence Post

Old May 2nd 2019, 3:30 pm
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Hi all

Is there a ready mix, just add water available? .... for fence posts
Need to take up the hill in bag format as it will be hard to get concrete and sand up the dirt tracks.

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Old May 2nd 2019, 7:06 pm
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OBI and Praktiker have bagged ready mix concrete in stock.

https://www.obi.hu/cement-mesz/sakre...0-kg/p/2455319
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I don't concrete fence posts in but sharpen the ends and bang them in with a post hammer. I find this works fine and I have banged in vineyard posts that are still OK after 20 years. Banging them in can be a problem if the ground is very stony but then you are going to have problems digging the holes anyway.
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