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Best Garden Hoes

Updated December 2018
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    A garden hoe is primarily used to work on the very top layer of soil to remove small weeds – they are not as effective on larger weeds. Experienced users can also employ the tool to shape soil and harvest crops. There are three basic types of hoes: a draw hoe works while being pulled, a push hoe works while being pushed, and a scuffle hoe works in both directions. Additionally, some hoes have a claw on the back to help with the tougher weeds.  A good hoe features reliable construction so the head doesn't loosen from the handle. Look for a comfortable handle with a long reach and take note if the blade ships sharp or if you will need to sharpen it after use.

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