Larisa Walk wrote:You can get it from these folks: http://www.easydigging.com/ploskorez-gardening-hoe.html
They have a great assortment of tools for the non-motorized gardener.
Julia Winter wrote:Chop-n-drop, everybody!
Leave the soil alone, just keep moving and cut back what you don't like. I have a friend who is complaining about thistles in his sheep pasture. A tool like this could help with thistle. No, one cut-back wouldn't kill the plant, but it would keep it from going to seed, and eventually you'd kill the plant if only by being shaded out by its (unpruned) neighbors.
paul wheaton wrote:I do remember Sepp mentioning this. And I do remember it being called a fokin hoe - because the name is so fun.
Marvin Weber wrote:I just got my hoes from Yuri Smirnov a little while ago; I used a hockey stick for the handle. It works fantastic! Best hoe we have ever used. No regrets. We will probably buy more. Great for finest weeding, for grubbing out roots or rhizomes, for tillage and every task we've set it to so far.
Marvin Weber wrote:Devin, I was looking at these Magna Grecia hoes last week, and I think they look like a good tool for breaking up small plots of ground. I can't imagine weeding with one, though. Have you tried one?
Yury Smirnov wrote:It appears that the stainless steel ploskorez modification is not good actually - it is bent easily.
Fredy Perlman wrote:Seems to me they'd be easy and fun to make from a band out of a leaf spring
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