I wouldn't use the Pro-Plugger for St. Augustine. Their own website says it's not recommended.balistek said:Is the proplugger a viable option for transfering St. Aug considering the runners? Need to do some transplanting. Just curious. Thanks
http://www.proplugger.com/_blog/Show_Me_How/post/Grass_Types_-_St_Augustine_Grass/(Note: The ProPlugger 5-IN-1 is not recommended for plugging St. Augustine grass due to its' loose structure of roots and runners (rhizomes/stolons).
My soil is so shitty I bet it would just slice right through :lol:Greendoc said:Absolutely. Bigger pieces stand a greater chance of survival. The Yard Butler tool does not exactly have the best reviews. It was a nice design, but actual execution fell short.
Anyone used the 3" miltona plugger? I plug dog urine spots about every 2 weeks. I'm now working on a St Aug yard as well and 3" holes would be a lot better.Ware said:I haven't used either, but here are a couple larger plug options...
Here is a 3" plugger from Miltona:
Here is a (more economical) 3x3" square plugger from Yard Butler.