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The first category of ergonomically designed garden tools
« on: July 05, 2016, 01:46:28 AM »
Ergonomic garden tools were thoroughly researched and designed to offer relief to gardeners with special problems. Even though hand pain was preventing these people from pursuing the hobby they love, now with ergonomic tools they're able to participate again.
Garden trowels are important parts of your garden tool kit that are used for digging. They are ideal when planting bulbs and small plants. A trowel will consist of a short, sturdy handle which is attached to a cupped metal blade. You can get them with narrow or wide blades which serve different purposes. When you put your Garden Tools kit together, you should include both types of trowels.
The first category of ergonomically designed garden tools includes SPADES, TROWELS, CULTIVATORS, and SHOVELS. A SPADE is used for digging or cutting the ground. It has a sharp-edged metal blade and a long handle. A TROWEL is basically a small spade, used for lifting plants or soil. A CULTIVATOR is used to prepare the soil for a garden.
The garden trowel is the classic gardener's tool, and performs functions like digging up and redistributing the soil in your flowerbed, planting bushes and plants and basically any other sort of activity where a small hand spade type tool is required.More information,please


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