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Buy Burgon and Ball weed slice: <ul><strong><li>GIMA Sword of Excellence Winner 2015</li><li>Exceptionally strong steel head</li><li>FSC-certified ash handle</li></strong></ul><br>With a unique winged head forged from sharp steel, the Weed Slice is a fantastic tool for keeping weeds at bay in densely planted borders or gravel.<br><br>Cutting on both the push and pull strokes, the compact bevelled blade passes easily between plants for faster, more efficient slicing. Its flat streamlined design minimises soil disturbance, reducing weed germination and retaining moisture in the soil.<br><br>Built to last from hardened high-carbon steel, with a long polished ash handle to protect against backache.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Head width 10cm<br>Total length 148cm

  • GIMA Sword of Excellence Winner 2015
  • Exceptionally strong steel head
  • FSC-certified ash handle

With a unique winged head forged from sharp steel, the Weed Slice is a fantastic tool for keeping weeds at bay in densely planted borders or gravel.

Cutting on both the push and pull strokes, the compact bevelled blade passes easily between plants for faster, more efficient slicing. Its flat streamlined design minimises soil disturbance, reducing weed germination and retaining moisture in the soil.

Built to last from hardened high-carbon steel, with a long polished ash handle to protect against backache.

Measurements:
Head width 10cm
Total length 148cm

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