Susan and David’s favorite handtool, still in good condition after decades of hard use and benign neglect. Originally designed to extricate plants for bonsai from Japan’s mountains.
Good for prying out taprooted weeds, knocking soil from sods and weed clumps, planting bulbs and strawberry crowns, for general cultivating and for sawing small roots or heavy stems, though not as sharp as a knife or a saw. 6½" blade, 11¼" long overall.
Comes with a black vinyl sheath with a belt loop. The sheath itself is vinyl and contains petroleum products, and as such it has a Proposition 65 Warning sticker on it.
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