Fiskars Compost/Mulch Fork #9655
Since it's mid-July, your compost pile is probably piling up. Now is a good time to aerate it to assist in the breakdown of all that material. A good fork such as the Fiskars Compost/Mulch Fork makes short work of such a task. If you're doing this chore with a thick tined fork, you've got the wrong tool for the job. Save that fork for soil work such as turning your garden over in the spring. This fork (available at Amazon for $46.76), with all steel construction, will pierce through a pile of compost or hay easily. We use ours for mucking out the goat stalls as well. I know, I know, it's a lot of money but don't cheap out and buy the inferior one! You'll end up bending the tines or the handle and then buying this one eventually anyway.
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Posted by Mary Ellen at July 16, 2008 6:20 AM