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Amish-Made Garden Hoe

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Lightweight blade formed from high carbon Swedish steel.

  • Sharply honed on 3 sides - use wide edge in row, narrow edges between plants
  • Blade is set at a precise 70° angle to cut parallel to the ground when user is upright
  • 54"L hickory handle
  • About 2 lb
  • Made by an Amish saw-maker with years of gardening experience
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AMISH-MADE GARDEN HOE DESCRIPTION
7"W blade tapers from 1" at ends to 2-1/4" at center.

6"W and 5"W blade tapers from 1" at ends to 2" at center


Customer Reviews of Amish-Made Garden Hoe
Product Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0(10 reviews)
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- 6/16/2013
said: Kevin Cook
"I bought the 7 inch hoe recently and am very happy with it. The way it's designed to be thin, and narrow gets under the soil like nothing I've ever used before. Some have claimed it to be too thin, but in order for it work like it does it needs to be so. Very happy with the product."
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- 6/20/2012
said: Ryan R. Lorenzen
"I've been away on travel for work, and needless to say the weeds have gotten away on me in the garden. However, my new Amish-made garden hoe, with its slim head and sharp edges, made short work of my over-run melon patch last night! The head angle allowed me to stand at a comfortable angle, without the resulting "pull" in the abdominal muscles that my other hoes create. Now, if you could make the same hoe with a deeper head more suitable for hilling potatoes, I'd have it made. Thanks for another great product!"
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- 6/15/2012
said: marcia
"I ordered one of these last year. My mom had a thin one for years and years and I loved it. Now it has worn out and can't find anything like it locally. I am ordering another one so both my hubby and I can have "togetherness" time in the garden!"
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- 6/12/2012
said: Lee Walke
"I've had this hoe for over a year, using it for 3 seasons. The other morning I pledged to write this review because I'm so impressed with it. This how is SHARP, stays sharp, is light, sturdy, and well-balanced. It's the only tool I have that works well in hard, dry, weedy soil. In normal soil, it's amazing. I have the medium size, and' it's pretty easy to control. If I have a weedy tomato, for instance, I'll move the plant to one side and cut the weeds, operating the hoe with just my right hand. I think my garden is better off because I take more pleasure in weeding with this hoe. I'm going to get a second one right now."
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- 4/9/2012
said: Paul
"We had the five-inch hoe from Lehman's, but my wife or I always had to wait to use it, since whoever got to it first got to use it. To solve the problem, I ordered the seven-inch hoe. Now, we both have one to use, as these are the best hoes we have used."
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- 3/30/2012
said: Anne
"My three fellow gardener volunteers and I maintain a a large garden for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. Because I already owned one of these hoes, I bought 2 of them for the food bank garden. One of my fellow gardeners likes it so much that I am now buying another one for him. He also runs a food garden for his church, so it will get plenty of use. It is the best garden hoe I have ever used."
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- 3/5/2012
said: Shanna
"I have been looking for a hoe such as this one for a while now. It's like the hoe my mother used for many years. I was so excited to find it in your catalog. I received my new hoe last week and I couldn't be more pleased. It's exactly what I was looking for. The quality seems to be very good and boy, does it cut the weeds! The small head gets under plants very well. I know I'll use this hoe for many years. Thank you for offering it in your catalog."
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- 1/9/2012
said: Autumn
"Like the hoe I remember from my grandparents' farm -- the right shape to work easily in and around plants. Also has a very nice sharp edge, which is easily resharpened when necessary. Quality-made. I expect to have this for decades to come. Very happy with this purchase!"
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- 7/4/2012
said: Steve
"Excellent hoe for any garden with good soil. The clay and rock I have caused the blade to form a narrow V with each heavy use, and straightening it back out many times caused the blade to crack and break after about 4 years. Superior hoe, just be aware of the downside of its lightness. I feel I got my money's worth out of it, and am ordering another. The Amish know better than to buy land with my soil, so it's pretty impressive the hoe lasted as long as it did with the heavy use I gave it. The blade that broke was the 7". I'm going with 5", hoping it will be less prone to the stresses of the heavy soil, especially when using it on edge."
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- 5/10/2012
said: Jeff
"Great working tool. Love how it cuts. The iron cracked once, had it welded. Then it broke off completely. Looked like original weld was ground down causing it to be weak."
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