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Winged Weeder Hoes

Gardeners use Winged Weeders and other weed trimmers for everyday gardening tasks. Garden hoes slice into the dirt and dig shallow trenches for seed planting. Electric weed trimmers swipe away foliage with quick cuts. Staples has garden accessories to help with all sorts of landscaping jobs.

How Do Winged Weeders Work?
These simple garden tools have flat heads with winged edges. Different models have large and small heads, but they all have cutters on their sides. In general, Winged Weeders slide beneath the surface of soil and displace weeds with a few simple motions. As the sharp edges move back and forth, they chop through hard-packed dirt and slice weeds. This process reduces the time it takes to weed gardens.

Gardeners also use these tall weed trimmers to avoid crouching. These tools have long handles, and their heads do more than just weed work. Weeders with wing-shaped heads can turn sideways to make rows for seeds during planting season. These durable tools slide under rocks to cut away deep roots. They also work as edging tools near sidewalks, driveways and flower beds, which makes them versatile. Use one on a private lawn or to complete professional landscape work.

When to Use Manual, Electric and Gas Gardening Tools
Many gardeners prefer electric or gas gardening tools for large projects. Gas-powered weed trimmers offer enough force to cut through thick foliage. They help with tough yard cleanups and sometimes have additional attachments for edge work. Electric weed cutters work more quietly than gas trimmers, and they don't need to be refilled with fuel after long jobs.

Manual gardening tools offer a simple alternative to these complex tools. Their rigid heads dig through soil, cut through weeds and slice edge lines just like electric and gas trimmers. They also last for years with only minimal maintenance. Manual gardening tools are usually the most environmentally friendly items in the shed. For these reasons, many workers prefer them to more complex power weed trimmers for everyday garden work.

How to Choose Between Gardening Hoes and Winged Weeders
Landscapers use hoes to move and agitate soil. These tools shape dirt into mounds around plants and dig furrows for seeds as well. The biggest difference between a hoe and a Winged Weeder is the angle of the head. The head on a hoe faces 90 degrees away from the handle. It's also flat so that it can push and pull soil quickly. Weeder heads run parallel to the surface of the ground. They agitate soil from beneath, scooping in upward motions.

Gardeners may prefer to use hoes to pile soil around plants. Their straight faces make them efficient choices for gardeners who need to move larger quantities of soil. Weeders offer more value to those who want to pull weeds as they agitate soil. These tools pull dirt from further beneath the surface and slice plant stems while they work. Weeders also work better than hoes for edges. Both types of tools can create seed furrows.

Gardeners use special tools for planting and weeding. These include powerful trimmers, garden hoes and Winged Weeders. Whether you need a specialized tool to cut weeds or a reliable handheld tool, you can find what you need at Staples.
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Winged Weeder WW200 53" Weeder Hoe with Rubber Covered Handle
Item: 1261878 / Model : 13301817
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  • Product Type: Weeder Hoe
  • Handle Material: Steel
  • Blade Material: Steel
17.89 $17.89
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