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If you can get black locust posts, they tend not to rot, or not for a long time. Most other wood posts rot, and rot faster in concrete, IME. Concrete offers no benefit over a properly tamped backfill of soil, in general. Steel posts rust, how fast depends on the climate (well, so does how fast wood rots, for that matter.) Livestock may be more prone to chew ...
Good ideas listed here. I have set many metal posts for my satellite dishes in the past, and have used the dry concrete mix method, along with pre-mixing the concrete with water before pouring the sacrete. I prefer mixing the sacrete first, it cures longer (you mentioned that). Here is an idea you might want to address: It is good to install some sort ...
Since there will be now way to insure the concrete will be the same color or will it be able to tie in the texture to make the new pour "go away", neatly slope the concrete up towards the post say about a 1/2" to create a break line where the new concrete meets the old. Try to keep the slope uniform from post to post just so it will look professional. The ...
Probably you let the dog in before enough days for concrete to get strong, or you did not water your concrete for at least 10 days.
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