Hoss Wheel Hoe - Standard

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Hoss Wheel Hoe

Standard model (items included are listed below)

Loosen and stir the soil with the Cultivator Teeth. Increase your capability by picking from our wide array of attachments like plows, hoes, discs, or a planter.

Made in the USA

  4.5 / 5.0   129 Ratings

Single Wheel model (easier + more precise steering)
$189.00    Add to Cart     In stock, ready to ship. 
INCLUDES: Single Wheel Hoe, and 3 cultivator teeth.

 

Double Wheel model (more weeding options / more stability)
 $229  $219.00    Add to Cart     In stock, ready to ship.
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INCLUDES: Double Wheel Hoe, and 4 cultivator teeth.


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The Hoss wheel hoe is the best equipped tool on the market. The Standard comes with cultivator teeth to prep your garden and keep the rows clean all season. And there are many other attachments to pick from.   All steel construction, finished off with a set of Amish made ash handles. This is a heirloom quality tool you can pass down to the next generation of gardeners.


Standard Hoss Wheel Hoe features...

  • Heavy-duty steel Frame
  • Rugged 15" Wheel(s)
  • Curved wooden handles
  • Set of Cultivator Teeth

Be sure to watch the wheel hoe videos halfway down the page.   If you would like to see even more accessories, like the Plows, Hoes, Disc Harrow, Planter attachment, or handle alternatives, please check out the complete Attachments page here.

If you want this model with a Seeder Attachment added in, click here. Or there are other combination packages that include more accessories, and they are shown here.

 

Customer Reviews of the Hoss Wheel Cultivator

"I've been using Hoss Wheel Hoes on my 10 acre vegetable farm for the last ten years and expect to be using them for the next ten years and beyond. Great quality tools from a top notch company! Quick service and response time and replacement parts available!! Love it!"

Ben, from CA  

"I was amazed at how well and easy it is to use the wheel hoe. It used to take hours to weed a 100x50 garden. Now, once a week I spend maybe one hour and the job is done. I have been telling all my friends about this purchase. Worth every dollar! Would buy again but I think the tools will outlive me and pass on to my son. Next year I will purchase the seeder and have that done in short order. Another benefit from the wheel hoe and less weeds in the garden was a reduction in plant diseases. The garden is just plain cleaner and has more microbes feeding the plants. Another benefit is that I do not use fuels or heavy machinery. Next year the garden will be tilled with the wheel hoe and not disturb the under structure of the soil. I live in NH where there is a stone every foot or so but the wheel hoe is not phased by then. Now I have time to pick them up and toss then out of the garden. For the time being I am enjoying the fruit of my labor daily and my wife tells me the grocery bill has been halved since the garden is so productive this year. As for the Easy-digging service nothing but praise. Everything when as advertised and the packaging was superb! Great purchasing experiences."

Dick C, from NH  

"Two wheel hoe is great. By the time I would get my gas tiller started I'm almost done getting weeds between rows."

Kent, in KY  

"It would have been nice to have the push cultivator come with the D hoe as a standard choice instead of having to order it separately. Overall, this is much better than the one wheel that I had earlier, I can do much heavier type of weeding with the hoe. Being able to adjust the handle height was an additional plus."

John C, from GA  

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Watch the Hoss wheel hoe at work...


Video with Cultivator Teeth:   Nice short video showing the cultivator teeth being used to loosen the garden row soil for aerating and weed control. Both single and double wheel versions shown too.

 


Video with the Plows:   This does show the older plows (with the green brackets) but the new plows are the same size and work the same way. You can see the plows used individually, and as a pair.

 

One Year Warranty

  • The one year warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship, with the exceptions stated below.
  • The warranty lasts one year from date of purchase.
  • The warranty does not cover discoloration caused by exposure to sunlight or chemicals.
  • Hoss will repair or replace any item that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship.
  • In the event repair is not possible, Hoss will either replace your item with a new item of similar composition and price, or refund the full purchase price of the item — whichever you prefer.

Contact us at 573-823-3539 and we will take any action necessary to correct problems covered by this warranty.



Wheel hoes have been used for so many generations for one reason: they work great!

When your garden is too big for hand hoeing and too small for a tractor, the Hoss wheel cultivator is the tool to use. It is the easiest way of manually cultivating, weeding, and seeding long rows of garden plants.

Recently published wheel cultivator experiences from Carol Deppe's popular book, The Tao of Vegetable Gardening
These days I handle all my weeding of my half-acre home garden with a wheel hoe and hand tools.....I can grow about about as much food on half an acre weeded with a wheel hoe and hand tools as on an acre spaced so that weeding between rows can be done with a rototiller.....When the weeds are tiny and tender, you can weed with a wheel hoe with a stirrup hoe attachment by just walking straight down the row about as fast as you would walk normally, pushing the Hoss hoe in front of you. Ideally, you keep your garden weed-free by making such quick, almost effortless passes over it frequently.....


 

What is the difference between a Wheel Hoe and a Wheel Cultivator?

Not much. Technically, a wheel cultivator only has cultivating teeth, and a wheel hoe is just a wheel cultivator with the addition of weeding blades for hoeing. But people use both names interchangeably. Another common name is a "Push Plow" which is a wheel cultivator with a plow blade attached. Other names are "Garden Cultivator" or "Push Cultivator" or even "Planet Jr", after the original manufacturer of this type of garden tool.

 

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