Gardening weeding fork (which is also referred to as a gardening fork or a garden fork) is a gardening tool used primarily for weed removal.
Weeding forks cleanly remove plants from the soil at the roots without digging up large clumps of dirt.
In addition to being an especially good tool for removing weeds, weeding forks are also useful for harvesting root plants like potatoes and onions, transplanting plants safely and tilling compost or other additives into the soil.
Weeding forks can also be used to loosen hard or clayous dirt in preparation for mixing in cocopeat or other materials that improve the quality of soil.
It is used for breaking up earth, digging small holes, especially for planting and weeding, mixing in fertilizer or other additives, and transferring plants to pots.
Garden trowel is used for transplant seedlings and saplings. also used for breaking up earth, digging small holes, especially for planting and weeding, mixing in fertilizer or other additives, and transferring plants to pots.
The long handled weeding fork is designed for working on your beds or borders with the extended handle, back ache and straining are a thing of the past.
Three beefy steel talons make this 3-tine hand cultivator an aggressive little garden tool in even the tightest of places.
Great for weeding and breaking up the soil between plantings in you beds, borders and garden.
Generally in flower beds or vegetable gardens.
To use this tool simply place the tines on the soil, insert, and work back and forth to loosen the soil to a depth of three to four inches.
Two very sharp teeth easily plunge into the soil to grab the roots of the weed and the bend in the tang allows greater leverage to get them out.