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True Temper Forged Warren Hoe - 28112000
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- Pointed blade head cultivates soil and creates furrows
- Forged steel blade for strength and durability
- 54-inch hardwood handle
- Cushion end grip for comfort and control
- Made in the USA
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|Item Dimensions||6.4 x 5.26 x 57 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1842800|
|Shipping Weight||2.65 pounds|
This True Temper warren hoe has a triangular head used to cultivate soil between plants and to create furrows for planting rows. The “ears” on the back of the head are designed to pull the soil back onto newly planted seeds. This hoe is also great for harvesting vegetables such as potatoes, celery, leeks and asparagus.
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I inadvertently came across this True Temper Action Hoe and, while it wasn’t necessarily what I’d originally been looking for in terms of function, it looked well made and the lightbulb above my head lit up… ah-hah! This could be good! I could repurpose it! This was a garden tool I’d never ever seen before but I had just the job for it.
Now, I’m going to be as delicate as I can here with my terminology and vocabulary because I don’t want the Amazon Reviews Police bouncing this review. I think it’s information that needs to get out there because I’m sure a certain strata of people would actively welcome it.
Are you a home owner? AND a dog lover? (apartment & condo owners can stop right here: this won’t apply to you because you don’t have a back yard to do any maintenance on) If you are, particularly if you have two or more of our beloved furry friends, then you are all too aware of the little presents they leave on a regular basis for us in the garden.
I tidy these up by collecting with a mulching rake (like an ordinary rake but narrower: the tines are only about 10” wide instead of, say, 24” wide) and this bucket/scoop thingy that has an upright handle on it (I’ve no idea what they’re called, but you’d instantly recognize it if you saw it). And this works fine. Well, fine for most of the little packets of ex-dog food.
However, you dog owners out there know that sometimes the, uh… consistency of the gifts is such that they puddle into a blobby mess instead of remaining firm and easily dealt with. If you factor in some hours of being baked in the hot sun (here in southern California, this is obviously a regular occurrence) a catalytic reaction takes place that rivals vulcanization, yet is orders of magnitude greater. I confess I’ve always wondered how some seemingly basic biologic mass can transform under sunlight into something the periodic table hasn’t even contemplated yet. Someone should look into this. Their subsequent patents could give Gorilla Glue a devastating knock. Sorry. I’ve digressed.
So, when I saw the picture of this hoe I immediately thought “This is what I need to scrape the puddled number twos from my back garden (both concrete and dirt areas)!”
I was wondering just how Amazon was going to ship it. It arrived in a long narrow cardboard container… doh. It’s a pretty substantial item. The handle is wood and decently robust (no spaghetti skinny bendy handles here). Moreover, having tested it this weekend, it works a treat.
For $16, if you even think you might be able to utilize this, you really ought to give it a try.