The angle of a grape hoe blade determines what type of weeding it is best used for. We have a few of these 3 types to offer here...
The NORMAL style is used for typical garden weeding, and is sold on our Grape Hoe page. The angle of the blade allows the user to stand up fairly straight.
The MEDIUM LOW style is used for weeding under short trees and tall bushes. The user has to bend their knees or their back a little to get low enough to properly slice the weeds.
The VERY LOW style is used for weeding under short bushes, and under the lower wire of vineyard trellis. The user has to bend their knees or their back quite a bit to get low enough to properly operate this tool.
This weeding hoe is from Central America. The sharp blade is kept almost flat to the ground and pushed forward to slice off the weeds. The cut weeds fall onto the shovel-like hoe blade, where they can be carried or thrown out of the garden. We only have a few of these.
Dimensions: Blade width = 9", Blade length = 9", Blade weight = 3 lb // Handle length = 5 foot, Nose diameter = 2", Shaft diameter = 1-3/8"
Dimensions: Blade width = 9", Blade length = 9", Blade weight = 3 lb
Handle length = 5 foot, Nose diameter = 2", Shaft diameter = 1-3/8"
These round aluminum spacers were made on a lathe. They are all the same diameter and height. 8 per package
Dimensions: Outside diameter = 1.25", Inside diameter = 0.47", Height = 1.07"
These are the wooden wedges we used to send with our hoes. They can be used in carpentry, crafts, and tool handles.
Dimensions: Width = 1-1/4", Length = 2-1/2", Top thickness = 3/8"
This is the same wedge used with our hoes. We have it extruded from aluminum and cut to length. The ridges help it grip the slit in a tool handle.
Dimensions: Width = 1-3/8", Length = 2-1/16", Top thickness = 5/16"