Rake & Hoe

rake & hoe

Rake

rake & hoe

A rake is an agriculture
implement consisting of a toothed bar fastened transversally to a handle, or tines fastened to a handle, and used to collect leaves, hay, grass, etc.




In the farming is employed for loosening the soil, lightweight weeding, and leveling, removing dead grass from lawns.
Hand-rakes sometimes have steel, plastic, or bamboo teeth or tines. Plastic rakes are typically lighter weight and lower price.
Metal tined rakes are higher suited to spring raking once the junk is usually wet. 

 

                     

                       

                       

                       

                       

                        

                       

                       

                         

Hoe

Hoe

A hoe is an ancient and versatile agricultural and horticultural hand tool used to shape soil, remove weeds, clear soil, and harvest root crops.
Here are two general types of hoe:
– draw hoes for shaping soil
-scuffle hoes for weeding and aerating the soil
A draw rake & hoe has a blade set at approximately a right angle to the shaft.
A scuffle hoe is used to scrape the surface of the soil, and to cut the roots of, remove, and disrupt the growth of weeds efficiently. The hoop hoe has a double-edge blade that bends around to form a rectangle attached to the shaft.
The collinear hoe or collineal hoe has a narrow, razor-sharp blade, is used to slice the roots of weeds.

 

                    

                     

                     

                     

                     

                     

                      

                     

                      

                     

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