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This tool is so versatile it almost makes weeding fun. Now you can stand up while doing the precision weeding around plants and in those tight spots where you previously had to get on your hands and knees.
The rigid blade on a heavy duty handle slices through weeds with less effort. The flat blade is suited for weeding in open spaces using a back and forth action as well getting in between plants and next to bulbs. The tip has many functions. It can be used to isolate individual weeds or score the ground to loosen the soil. The flat blade slices weeds just below the surface. Less soil is disturbed, which brings fewer new weeds to the surface. This action also aerates the soil.
Because the handle mounts over the blade you can see the vertical blade edge and always know how close you are to your plants. Flip the blade over and use it as a rake to remove cut weeds or smooth out the area.
These features make the Hooke ‘n Crooke™ a great tool for maintaining your garden or landscape.
Stand up straight, lay the flat blade in the dirt, pull it back to slice just under the surface and let the tool do all the work.
Review our manual to see more uses for this revolutionary tool.
Heron: Our main tool. Rigid and durable 6 in. blade for any condition, especially rock and clay. Available with a 54” shorter handle. (60” is standard.)
Weighs 3 pounds.
See a field tested review @ http://www.joshvolk.com/Reviews/heronhoe.html
TheBayouGardener- Forum review of the Hooke 'n Crooke.
Honey Bee- Long: Our newest model. This tool, with a 4 in. blade and 60” handle is also designed for maintained soil. This is for the Gardener or grower who wants a light weight tool that is narrower and more nimble than the standard Heron.
Great for Onions and Lettuce. Weighs 2.4 pounds.
The price may seem steep for one tool, but the bucket of tools I usually drag around cost more than this - and I usually have to replace one each season.
To anyone who is put off by the cost I say "Buy it!". Kim W. Virginia.
This is great, how easy” Rick N. Clintondale, NY
. . . and as Grandpa Adrian used to say, ”it’s mighty fine, get yourself one Sal.”