The head of the steel porting iron, which has excellent soil contact, is heat-treated, so it has excellent wear resistance. The handle has a shape that fits in your hand.
Cultivation and fertilization work such as flower beds.
Wall Thickness (mm): (Head) 1.6
Length (mm): (Head) 160
Material: (Head) Steel / (Handle) Natural wood
Handle Length (mm): 165
Mass (g): 330
Overall Length (mm): 355
Trusco Part No.: 780-7856
Width (mm): 87
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The wooden handle is uneven and easy to grip and non-slip. It is also generally strong and can be hammered into hard soil with a mallet or rubber mallet (although I wouldn't recommend it). The thick metal is not stainless steel, but it will not bend even if it hits a stone, and if you clean it by removing the soil after use, it will not easily deteriorate due to rust. Together with the thin transplanting trowel of the same manufacturer, it is a standard tool in my laboratory. (Translated by machine.)
It is used for transplanting flowers and trees, but it is sturdy anyway. If you use this, you can't use 100-yen, .4, or 500-yen coins because they bend quickly. Ideal for cutting roots and digging hard soil. You can understand it by using it. (Translated by machine.)