Garden Fork - 37" A perfect tool for aerating and turning soil, breaking up compacted soil, lifting out plants and forking in compost or fertilizer. This is a smaller version of the full size Garden Fork that is 43" overall. It would be a good choice for smaller spaces, for a woman or anyone that wants a smaller more agile tool. It's lighter and has a shorter handle but it's a very solid tool for the garden. You'll easily work with it in your raised garden or in close plantings.
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Gordon Suggests: This Garden Fork - 37" is smaller and lighter. Choose the Garden Fork - 43" if you are taller or want a larger fork.
- The tines are square and slightly curved
- 28" Ash handle is fitted with a "D" style grip
- Great for aerating, turning and breaking up soil
- Hand forged in England
- Handle is FSC Ash
- Specs: Length 37" x 5.5" Weight: 3.5 lbs
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Clarington Forge - Maintaining Quality and the Environment
Quality: These traditional garden tools are handmade at the Clarington Forge in Wigan, England. The blade is forged from steel with a tough powder coated green finish. Powder coating is a solvent free and heat treated process resulting in a superior and durable finish. Production of fine wooden handles at this location ensures a consistent product of the the highest quality. For any gardener who appreciates quality tools and a Lifetime Guarantee, these tools are built to stand up to tough work in the garden year after year.
Sustainability: The Clarington Forge meets strict British air quality emission standards, and the production process is designed to ensure the efficient use of materials. Wood handles are made from German and American Ash obtained from sustainable sources and are FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified. Waste from handle production is re-used by a local farm. The process used for forging the tool heads is designed to optimize the use of raw materials and all steel scrap is recycled. Packaging is designed to be minimal and easily recyclable. Beyond all this, the most sustainable aspect of these tools is their durability. These tools will continue to be used by generations to follow.