8 Best Garden Hoes | April 2017
Those with green fingers will appreciate the versatility of these garden hoes. They are ideal for cutting irrigation channels, breaking sod, clearing weeds and making furrows. We've included short models for gardening at close quarters, as well as some with long handles for less bending and stooping. Skip to the best garden ho on Amazon.
The Scuffle Hoe 60S has a unique, triangular blade that applies force right where you need it, down into the roots and soil you want to break up. Use it to chop rows or to clear weeds or dead vegetables or shrubs.
- precision sharpened blade
- made from recycled metals
- not suitable for wide furrows
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The wider edge of the Prohoe Triangle Head Rogue Hoe can be used like a traditional hoe, cutting furrows and digging ditches, while the pick-shaped side can concentrate maximum chopping power against roots or tough plots of earth.
- great trenching tool for sprinkler lines
- sturdy 42-inch handle
- too heavy for some users
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The Korean-style Hand Plow Hoe Ho-Mi from Handy Hoe looks simple, but that's simply because when a design has been perfected for countless generations, there's no reason to update it. It is a precision tool for careful cultivation.
- durable beechwood handle
- weighted to reduce strain on hands
- forged steel blade
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|Rating||4.3 / 5.0|
For a basic, reliable tool that will serve home gardeners just fine, try the Bully Tools 92353 Garden Hoe. This American-made tool has an all-fiberglass handle with triple wall construction, so it should last for years.
- low cost but durable
- perfect for making furrows
- 12-guage steel head
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As the name suggests, the Fiskars Long-Handle Aluminum Hoe does, indeed, have a long handle made from lightweight, durable aluminum. Its 61-inch length means less bending and stooping, and more force applied to the soil.
- soft comfort grips on handle
- teardrop-shaped shaft for a better hold
- head may bend with heavy load
|Rating||4.4 / 5.0|
The Prohoe Rogue Garden Hoe is a modern update of the classic hoe design. It has a wide, sturdy head with a cutting edge wrapping around three sides that is perched on the end of a smooth and sturdy wooden handle.
- light and nimble at less than 3 lbs.
- features 7" wide head
- great reviews from users
|Rating||4.6 / 5.0|
The Tomita Japanese Garden Landscaping Triangle Hoe puts both power and precision in your hand, enabling you to carefully remove or shift soil as needed, whether you are planting an edible garden or transferring a bonsai tree.
- knife-sharp blade edge
- easy grip painted wood handle
- comes with convenient hanging ring
|Rating||4.7 / 5.0|
The Prohoe Field Hoe Rogue is designed to chop and slice through even the toughest soil, the thickest tangle of roots, and to dig down deep wherever you need it. This versatile hoe can cut irrigation channels, break sod, and more.
- extra-long handle for added torque
- made in the united states
- comes with lifetime guarantee
|Rating||4.9 / 5.0|