Introduction and structure of garden hoe
The garden hoe, also known as the “shovel”, is a traditional long-handled agricultural tool. Both cultivating and soil cultivation can be used. It is a universal agricultural tool and one of the most commonly used tools by farmers. When in use, hold the handle with both hands and do a rotary impact motion. Its structure, shape, weight, etc. vary from place to place and soil quality.
The garden hoe is divided into two parts. The first part is the “hoe blade”, which is used to loosen soil and weed. The shape of the hoe blade is flat and long, just like a kitchen knife. There are also some special ones, such as rectangular, long and narrow, trapezoidal and so on.
The “handle” is the second part. It is a round wooden stick, usually made of hardwood. It is installed in a hole behind the hoe blade to support the hoe blade. The length varies from 80 cm to 160 cm. , But it’s more convenient to have a long one, because then farmers don’t have to bend their waists very low. The structure of the garden hoe eye is D-shaped. The angle can be adjusted.