Fork Hoe ~ Canterbury Fork

Chillington Fork Hoe

Use the Chillington Fork Hoe to...

  • cultivate soil deeply
  • prepare seedbeds
  • move or turn heavy mulch
  • pull compost or gravel from a truck
  • remove matted roots - like Bermuda Grass!

Special Offer: Buy two or more long handled digging or hoeing tools and get a free Farmer's Own sharpening file - for a limited time only.

Overall:
4.8 / 5
36 ratings
Fork Hoe

Fork Hoe

with 5 foot handle

$32.95

Add to Cart

This British tool from Chillington features a forged steel head that is 5" wide, 7" long, and 1.5 pounds. Our fork hoe or cultivator fork is effective at pulling out grasses and weeds with extensive root systems.
Attack your Bermuda grass!

Are you 5'4" or shorter? Our 4.5 foot handle will fit you better, and it costs less.
Just click: Buy shorter Fork Hoe for $31.95

 

 

Article about Fork Hoes

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"Built like a large hoe with flat tines instead of a single blade, the cultivating fork works like a muscle-powered rototiller. With this tool in hand, I can quickly plow through the soil, dislodging weeds, breaking up compacted surface soil, loosening, mixing, and generally getting a bed ready for planting."

*excerpt from the article Essential Tools for Working the Soil by in Fine Gardening magazine.

Components and Spare Parts

Forked Hoe Head     $21.00

Add to Cart


Head only. 5" wide, 7" long, 2 pounds. Includes wedge.



Extra 5' Ash handle     $12.95
(for Fork Hoe you are purchasing today)

Add to Cart

*Click here for handles for older tools

Chillington Fork Hoe

Use the Chillington Fork Hoe to...

  • cultivate soil deeply
  • prepare seedbeds
  • move or turn heavy mulch
  • pull compost or gravel from a truck
  • remove matted roots - like Bermuda Grass!

Special Offer: Buy two or more long handled digging or hoeing tools and get a free Farmer's Own sharpening file - for a limited time only.

 

Overall: 4.8 / 5 36 ratings
Overall: 4.8 / 5 36 ratings
Fork Hoe

Fork Hoe

with 5 foot handle

$32.95

Add to Cart

This British tool from Chillington features a forged steel head that is 5" wide, 7" long, and 1.5 pounds. Our fork hoe or cultivator fork is effective at pulling out grasses and weeds with extensive root systems.
Attack your Bermuda grass!

Are you 5'4" or shorter? Our 4.5 foot handle will fit you better, and it costs less.
Select: Buy shorter Fork Hoe for $31.95


Special Offer: Buy two or more long handled digging or hoeing tools and get a free Farmer's Own sharpening file - for a limited time only.

 

Components and Spare Parts

Forked Hoe Head     $21.00

Add to Cart


Head only. 4" wide, 8" long, 2 pounds.



Extra 5' Ash handle     $12.95
(for Fork Hoe you are purchasing today)

Add to Cart

*Click here for handles for older tools

 

Article about Fork Hoes

fork hoe article image


"Built like a large hoe with flat tines instead of a single blade, the cultivating fork works like a muscle-powered rototiller. With this tool in hand, I can quickly plow through the soil, dislodging weeds, breaking up compacted surface soil, loosening, mixing, and generally getting a bed ready for planting."

*excerpt from the article Essential Tools for Working the Soil by Joe Queirolo in Fine Gardening magazine.

Customer Testimonials

We were so pleased with our two grub hoes that we ordered the fork hoe and the triangular weeding hoe. Our community garden plots are full of what southern Californians call devil weed (known elsewhere as couch grass or Bermuda grass), which has to be removed in one complete piece to avoid its underground spread. The fork hoe does an excellent job on devil weed when we are preparing our raised beds. Besides being very useful tools, they are a pleasure to use and to look at. They are so well designed and manufactured.
in California

I ordered one each of the tools you carry. They met or exceeded my expectations. I have many garden tools, so I have something to compare them to. The 8" grape hoe cuts my soil like it was butter. It is rare to have grub hoes come with such nice edges. I found the Chillington fork hoe was particularly good in dealing with spreading weeds like quack grass.
in Lemont, PA

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Hoe and Mattock Tool Selector Chart

  This chart shows which tools are recommended for common garden and digging tasks.

    Tool / Task Grub Hoe Grape Hoe Pick Mattock Cutter Mattock Pick Axe Fork Hoe Pointed Hoe Two Prong
till a garden YES NO NO NO NO YES YES YES
break sod YESNOFairFairNONOYESNO
create a garden YESNONONONONOYESFair
make raised beds YESNONONONOYESYESYES
cut pasture weeds YESFairNOFairNONOYESNO
dig a trench YESNOYESYESYESNONONO
chop ice YESNOYESYESYESNONONO
weed large areas NOYESNONONONONONO
shallow cultivating FairYESNONONOYESNOYES
clear garden paths NOYESNONONONONOFair
break hardened soil FairNOYESYESYESNOFairNO
dig in rocky dirt FairNOYESYESYESNOYESNO
lever stones & roots NONOYESFairYESNONONO
chop thick roots NONOFairYESNONONONO
break concrete NONOFairNOYESNONONO
prepare seed beds NONONONONOYESNOYES
deep cultivation YESNONONONOYESYESFair
move & turn mulch NOFairNONONOYESNOYES
create furrows FairFairNONONOYesYESYES


 

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