Dutch hoe


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Synonyms for Dutch hoe

a hoe that is used by pushing rather than pulling

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Dutch hoe with a 10cm wide head and 107cm handle (4in x 43in) for reaching between plants towards the back of the border without treading on the soil.
The most common type is the Dutch hoe, which has a flat blade.
A Dutch hoe is best used frequently when weeds are barely visible, to keep the soil weed-free.
Give your borders a proper going over with a Dutch hoe or fork if they're really compacted.
Come planting time, a small hole is made with the Dutch hoe every foot along the row, a handful of sharp sand and a couple of slug pellets dropped into each hole to deter slugs and in go the potatoes.
Our eight sets of prizes, worth pounds 27 each, comprise six items from those in the picture: telescopic handle 77cm (2ft 6in) long, trowel, hand fork, mini-rake, patio weeder knife and Dutch hoe.
Our eight sets of prizes, each worth pounds 27, comprise six items from those in the picture: telescopic handle 77cm (2ft 6in) long, trowel, hand fork, mini-rake, patio weeder knife and Dutch hoe.
A Dutch hoe is useful for weeding between small and establishing plants and for aerating the surface of the soil.
Dutch hoe This traditional push-pull hoe is a classic garden tool.
They are durable, scaled-down garden tools, made of metal and wood, ideal for children aged five and upwards - spade, shovel, rake, broom, Dutch hoe, draw hoe, lawn rake and corn broom.
First prize in today's competition is a set of six tools worth pounds 153: digging spade, digging fork, garden rake, Dutch hoe, transplanting trowel and hand shears.
Weeding is much easier with a Dutch hoe, which you can also use for marking out drills for sowing and planting.
The stainless steel beauties include a digging spade and fork, border spade and fork, edging knife, garden rake and Dutch hoe.