A method I have used with success for fence posts is fill the bottom of the hole with 8" - 12" of drain rock, brace the post plumb then fill hole to within 3" of the top with fine crushed rock and tamp every 12" or so. Then top off the last 3" with concrete sloped away from the post. You should treat your poles where they go into the ground. Works well and lasts for years. I did one at my mothers place 25 yrs ago and the posts are still sound (pressure treated wood). HTH
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