The two-pronged weeding fork loosens the earth around the roots, enabling the weeds and their roots to be removed with ease. The ends of the tines have been formed into a sharp point, but the rest of the tines are round so the roots of surrounding plants will not get damaged while using this tool.
The famous 19th century English garden designer Gertrude Jekyll mentioned that the weeding fork was her favorite garden tool. The weeding fork is the tool to use when deeply rooted weeds need to be removed from crowded borders, but it can also be used to aerate the soil or mix compost and other fertilizers with the soil. The design of the weeding fork makes it very comfortable to use without straining the wrists. The weeding fork is primarily made for use close to ground, ensuring optimal view of the work and precision. The weeding fork is available with an ash or cherry handle or with longer ash handles for raised bed gardening.
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