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Jackson Professional Tools Hoes

Gardening hoes are some of the most ancient and fundamental agricultural tools, and they play a vital role in contemporary land maintenance. Hoes are used for a variety of purposes, including chopping, weeding, creating furrows and trenches and piling the soil. These versatile tools are invaluable for all types of horticultural applications, including gardens, farms and commercial landscapes, potentially boosting production and helping gardeners maintain attractive and healthy plants.

Choose a Sturdy, Long-Lasting Hoe
Garden hoes can take quite a beating when subjected to extensive use, so sturdy and long-lasting construction is vital. Choose hoes with a tough forged shank and a steel blade. A sealed wooden handle will resist degradation. The ferrule, which is the part of the hoe that connects the handle to the blade, should be sturdily constructed to ensure the blade does not loosen due to constant pounding against hard soil or rocks. Hoes with longer handles reduce the need to bend over, which can cause back strain. Some styles exhibit a sharp point that is ideal for furrowing. Others have a straight edge and are useful for smoothing the soil, but also have sharp points at the corners that can be utilized by turning the hoe at the angle.

Remove Weeds with a Hoe from Jackson Professional Tools
Weeding is perhaps one of the most challenging aspects of maintaining a landscape. These unwanted plants tend to be vigorous growers, so beating them at their game requires a sturdy tool. With their sharp point and sturdy edge, hoes are effective at chopping the stems of unwanted plants and capturing their root system so it can be fully removed from the soil. Gardeners can use the hoe in a chopping motion to quickly clear an area of weeds and prepare the bed for planting. Choose a goose-neck hoe, which has a curved shape that allows you to work around and in between plants, for precise work.

Shape Garden Soil for Optimal Growing
Hoes can be used to shape soil in various ways. Piling soil around the base of the plant, also known as hilling, is a method that helps to stabilize a plant or provide more room for root growth, which is a plus for root crops such as potatoes. Another common use for the hoe is creating drills and furrows where seeds or bulbs can be planted. Gardening hoes offer a quick method for digging large holes and harvesting or removing crops. Hoes are also useful for flattening out the soil bed using a smooth motion.

Keep Your Landscape Well Maintained
Hoes are traditional cultivation tools and have an important place in commercial and small farms as well as vineyards and orchards. However, any location with plants, including golf courses, hotels and landscaped commercial areas, can benefit from having hoes in the supply shed. They are especially useful in between seasons, assisting in plant removal, soil cultivation and the planting of seeds.

Stocking a supply shed with high-quality cultivation tools will help your gardening staff work efficiently. Investing in the right equipment can boost your agricultural output help create an appealing landscape.
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Item: 1452750 / Model : 027-1860600
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  • Material: Steel
  • Handle Material: White Ash
  • Handle Type: Straight
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