The one-piece spading fork and manure fork heads are forged from hardened carbon steel to ensure the maximum strength and durability. The temper heat treatment provides the steel added toughness, and prevents bending when penetrating through soil or fibrous stringy materials.
Premium fiberglass handles are stronger than wooden handle and are resistant to rot, break, and denting. The thick fiberglass tube is produced from thousands of continuous strands of fiberglass saturated with resins. The polyester coating ensures a smooth and scratch-resistant surface.
The D-grip handles made from new plastic materials are strong and tough. The extra-large design provides a secure grasp and easy control. The soft cushion grip, with a non-slip surface, absorbs shock and reducing fatigue.
Spading and digging fork is the most popular tool for gardeners. With four triangular shaped tines, the spading forks are ideal for digging in loose soil, mixing in fertilizers, turning your soil in the spring and harvesting the root vegetables.
Manure Fork is also known as a compost fork or a mulch fork. Manure, compost and mulch are essentially decayed organic matter used as a fertilizer for growing plants. The matter will break down in time but will compost faster if it is turned over frequently.
Bedding Fork is ideal for picking up stones and loose material such as wood chips, bark and leaves, the head of it is slightly wider and the tines more closely-spaced, which is more effective than the Manure fork when transferring small matter.