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Garden Hoe Buying Guide

Weeding With a Garden Hoe

Garden hoes are a staple for weeding, tilling, planting and landscaping, and there's a wide selection of options for specialized hoes. Use the descriptions of several popular hoes to help you choose the right one for your landscaping job.


Choose the Right Hoe for the Job

Garden Tools

The Warren hoe is easily recognized by its triangular-shaped head. Use it for traditional weeding, or turn it on its edge to make rows. Most Warren hoes have a 4-inch-by-7-inch head and a 54-inch handle.

The hoe-cultivator is suitable for multiple garden tasks. It's a multipurpose weeding and cultivating tool. On one side, you'll find either a two-pronged or three-pronged hoe, and on the other, a cultivator head with overall head size ranging from 5-inches-by-7-inches to 4-inches-by-10-inches. Tool selection depends on comfort in handling.

Hoes can also be used for mortar mixing. These hoes are easily recognized by their perforated blades and extra-long handles ranging from 52 inches to 66 inches. Mortar mixer hoes have blades that range from 4-by-7 inches to 10-by-6 inches. Your choice will depend on the amount of concrete to be mixed and the size of your mixing container.


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