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The Garden Hand Tool Introduction Part 1
Home Home Gardening
By: John Gregory Email Article
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Used for removing weeds and moss from between paving slabs, on paths or patios. Also for cleaning mower decks, tools, boot scraping etc. The sharp edges cut weeds whilst the hook removes the debris. Two of the most popular makes are the Wolf Garten Scraper and the Fiskars Patio Scrapper. Details can be seen below:

Wolf Garten Garden Scraper

Description

The FK-M multi-star Garden Scraper is intended for removing grass, moss and weeds from between slabs, from corners in walls, and stairs. The galvanized, hardened steel blade guarantees a long working life and a precise cut. All handles are suitable for the multi-star Garden Scraper.

Features

Application: Cleaning

Handle / Grip: All multi-star handles

Extras: Galvanized, hardened steel blade

Fiskar Quikfit Double Patio Scraper

Description

Renowned for innovative functionality, Fiskars is dedicated to produce garden tools that set new standards for the industry. Strong, lightweight, high performance tools make garden work more productive, which allows for more creativity and time to enjoy. Fiskars new QuikFit™ provides a full range of opportunities with one single shaft, as each head completes the perfect tool for every specialized task.

Features

Versatile usage on patios and for removing grass, moss and weeds from between tiles and slabs

Dual usage in cultivating plant beds

Boron steel blades with carbon steel thong

Conclusion

These are just a selection of the scrapers available. For more similar products check out our Garden Scraper page.

Happy weeding.

Garden Hoes

A hoe is a useful agricultural tool used to move small amounts of soil which makes it ideal for your Garden. Common goals include weed control by agitating the surface of the soil around plants, piling soil around the base of plants (hilling), creating narrow furrows (drills) and shallow trenches for planting seeds and bulbs, to chop weeds, roots and crop residues, and even to dig or move soil, such as when harvesting root crops such as potatoes.

Dutch hoes are used to cultivate the soil and remove weeds without bending.

Draw Hoes have a blade set at a right-angle to the shaft and is used to draw soil towards the operator when making planting drills or when mounding-up potatoes.

Stirrup hoes are designed with a double edge blade that bends around to form a stirrup like rectangle attached to the handle. Weeds are cut just below the soil surface as the blade is pushed & pulled through the area. The back and forth motion is highly effective with cutting weeds in loose or breakable soil.

This can save hours of back breaking labour if you tried to do this manually. Two good examples of Garden Hoe's are as follows:

Yeoman Cabon Steel Dutch Hoe

Dutch hoes are used to cultivate the soil and remove weeds without bending.

Features

The cranked handle is made from durable aluminium making it lightweight. The carbon steel coated head makes this hoe durable and hard wearing.

Draper 89097 Carbon Steel Draw Hoe Ash Handle

Features

Pressed steel blade with epoxy coated finish. Ash handle with clear lacquered finish. Sold loose.

Weight: 1.07 Kg

Draper Carbon Steel Dutch Hoe

Features

Pressed steel blade with epoxy coated finish. Head securely fixed to tubular steel handle. With black plastic hand grip with hang hole.

Other types of Hoes exist which are more specialist such as the Onion Hoe.

Hand Held Weeders

Other than the types of tools stated above we also have the small hand held tools that can be used to remove those pesky weeds from your Garden. These tend to predominantly be two or three pronged Forks but more specialist tools do exist such as the Dandelion Weeder.

A good Hand Fork is as follows:

Draper Carbon Steel Heavy Duty Weeding Fork with Ash Handle

Features

Epoxy coated carbon steel correctly hardened and tempered with plated ferrule and lacquered ash handle.

For those of us plagued by Dandelions on our Lawns

Spear & Jackson Elements Hand Daisy Grubber/Dandelion Weeder with 127mm Handle

Elements is a comprehensive range of strong, reliable, "no nonsense" tools providing great value for money.

Features

Hammer finish epoxy coated head for improved resistance to rust, scratches, humidity and alkalines in the soil

Weatherproofed (clear lacquered) Ash wood shaft for greater durability.

Shaft / Handle Size - 5"

These are just some of the many Garden Tools available to make our lives easier.

Details of more Garden Tools will be posted in our next article.

Happy Gardening!

The best deals on Garden Tools can be found at JustGardenTools

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