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Push-pull hoes

This pattern hoe will cut through the soil on the push and pull stroke and have more than one cutting edge cutting edge. The old manufacturers made different variations on the pattern as a flick through an old garden tool catalogue will demonstrate. A classic example of this type would be the Paxton hoe. This has a more or less rectangular blade, available in different widths, with a centrally mounted socket and is sharpened on the front and back edges. Whether or not it is named after the great Victorian head gardener to the Duke of Devonshire and glasshouse designer Joseph Paxton, I'm not sure. I'm assuming it is! Keep 'em nice and sharp. sharpen if necessary with a file or stone. A sharp hoe works with less effort and is nicer to use.

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Hoe: push pull

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wolf push-pull hoe

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