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Since 1870, the Warren Hoe has been a favorite all-purpose tool of knowledgeable gardeners. Its arrow-shaped head is good for both weeding and cultivating. Use it flat-side down to build rows and smooth soil, or point down to make a furrow. The head is made of boron-hardened steel in a unique process that uses water instead of chemicals. The handle is tough, lightweight eucalyptus from reforested areas in South America.
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Great multi use garden tool!
By Mother Superior
from Boston, MA
About Me Avid Gardener
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Sharp and easy to work with
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I like it, very usefull
Nice and sharp
Functional and sturdy
from Ballston Spa
This type of hoe is one that I've been trying to find for a long time. It's all that I expected--makes a nice furrow for planting and gets rid of the weeds fast. The renewable wood handle is nice, too.
from Zanesville, OH
This is a great tool with a nice long handle for getting in those small spaces. It's best for using it that way. If you have a large area, then use a regular hoe.
Can't believe I didn't already have one!
from West Fork, AR
A must have tool addtion for any level of gardener. Extremely pleased with quality of shaft as well as head. My hoe came completely assembled and would suggest checking the one screw holding the head onto the shaft before using it the first time.
Makes it easy to work the soil, was very happy with outcome.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
A hoe with interesting history
from Mesa, AZ
About Me Master Gardener
Very good for weed removals and cutting in to difficult areas.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
excellent tool; most used garden tool
By Kathy, the gardener for the birds
from Waterville, Maine
just when I found this tool indispensible, my old one broke; looked everywhere for this hoe with pointed blade for digging. It's a must for weeding crabgrass and dandelions, turn it side ways to scrape out clover, etc.
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