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Woodturning a Seed Dibbler {VIDEO!}

Woodturning a Seed Dibbler {VIDEO!}

Watch as bocate wood is woodturned into a beautiful and functional seed dibbler!

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What is a Gardening Seed Dibbler?

A seed dibbler is made from wood, plastic, or metal, and is a long pointed stick that pokes holes into the soil to create a space for bulbs, seeds, seedlings, etc. to be planted.

They often times have measurement markers on them as well, to aid in knowing how deep the seed will be planted.

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