RHS Burgon and Ball stainless Dutch hoe

£34.99
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Buy RHS Burgon and Ball stainless Dutch hoe: <ul><strong><li>Endorsed by the RHS</li><li>Stainless steel and FSC-certified ash</li><li>Lifetime guarantee</li></strong></ul><br>Sharp edged traditional Dutch hoe endorsed by the RHS. With a mirror-polished blade, the hoe moves cleanly through soil, slicing off weeds and gently aerating as it goes.<br><br>The rectangular blade is made from rust-resistant stainless steel, heat treated to retain a keen edge. It is mounted on two long brackets to keep the handle and socket free of soil.<br><br>An extra-long smooth ash handle saves bending and back strain and ensures comfortable use. Includes leather hanging strap.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W12cm x L161cm<br><br><b>Please note: this item is unavailable for Saturday delivery.</b>

  • Endorsed by the RHS
  • Stainless steel and FSC-certified ash
  • Lifetime guarantee

Sharp edged traditional Dutch hoe endorsed by the RHS. With a mirror-polished blade, the hoe moves cleanly through soil, slicing off weeds and gently aerating as it goes.

The rectangular blade is made from rust-resistant stainless steel, heat treated to retain a keen edge. It is mounted on two long brackets to keep the handle and socket free of soil.

An extra-long smooth ash handle saves bending and back strain and ensures comfortable use. Includes leather hanging strap.

Measurements:
W12cm x L161cm

Please note: this item is unavailable for Saturday delivery.

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