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A 10 foot stick of 1 1/4" or so of electrical EMT conduit would probably work:
The conduit is easily driven into the ground using water. Just pour some water on the ground and start working the conduit up and down in the same spot, add more water as needed until the conduit is in the ground 2 or 3 feet.
Purchase one 1 1/4" EMT connector to fit on the top end of the conduit. That connector can be screwed into a 1 1/4" galvanized floor flange from the plumbing dept.
Drill the (1/4"dia. or so) 16 holes around the perimeter of the flange for each strand. Maleable iron is easy to drill.
The conduit should be fairly secure by itself but you could use small diameter steel guy wire (14 ga. or so) and some tent stakes for added support. 4 should be enough.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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