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May 24, 2011

Japanese Hori hori knife for ease in weeding and digging


High-quality Japanese steel blade makes this hori hori knife very durabie and sturdy. The stainless steel blade is very sharp and concave shaped for scooping soil and other materials. It has a serrated edge to cut through weed roots and the concave shape makes it possible to scoop up soil and a whole small plant for transplanting.

The length of the blade is 7.28" and with the handle the length is 12.5". So it's a good size for the close work of weeding and moving plants. The polymer handle has an easy grip. This is a versatile tool that does the work of several tools currently clunking around in the bottom of your garden bag. The pointed blade and curved shape work like a garden spade while the serrated edge works as a garden knife to cut plantings apart. Also perfect for weeding, transplanting and cutting open fertilizer bags.

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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at May 24, 2011 10:22 AM
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