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Single-Blade Hand Cultivator

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When we have to pry things away from our product testers, we know our customers are going to love them. That was the case with this tool. From weeding, digging and cultivating, to edging, transplanting and furrowing, there's almost no gardening task it can't handle.
  • Curved, high carbon "steel fingernail" blade is much sharper than similar tools
  • Gives you superior precision and control when working between rows and tender, tightly spaced plants
  • Entire design is an updated version of the American hand cultivators that were prevalent over a century ago
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SINGLE-BLADE HAND CULTIVATOR DESCRIPTION
Short Handle - Eco-friendly, recycled plastic handle (8"L) with hanging hole is comfortable to hold and easy on hands and wrists. 13-1/2"L overall, 3/4 lb

Long Handle - Solid ash handle (54-3/4") has tough, protective varnish. 61-3/4"L overall, 2-1/2 lb


Customer Reviews of Single-Blade Hand Cultivator
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 4/5/2014
said: ernestine hanlon abel
"I am a Tlingit root weaver I have been looking for this a long time. It is perfect to gather roots."
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- 6/3/2012
said: Harold Smith
"I have five other hand cultivators and I don't use any of them since I bought this one. It easily gets under the weed and loosens the soil all around it so you can just lift out the weed, roots and all. I'm going to reorder."
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- 4/27/2010
said: Susan
"Great product. My husband said, "I wish I'd had one of these when I was 10!""
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- 9/14/2012
said: Dianna
"Although it is very sturdy and has a good head for digging if you have to go deep, this is not a hand tool for someone with hand/wrist problems and needing precise control. It is much too awkward for dislodging newly germinated weeds - my favorite method of weeding and even when turned on it's side for scraping the top inch of soil these older hands tire quickly."
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