Claus Dalby Four tine claw with drop grip handle – for raised beds and greenhouses L: 55 cm

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L: 55 cm

The four tine claw is an old garden tool, which is particularly useful where you need to go deep into the soil to get rid of stubborn weeds like for example ground elder.

The pointed tines ensure that the tool moves effortlessly through the soil and makes in penetrable and airy.

If the ground elder is well established, the claw is used to lift the uppermost roots, and then a garden fork will be needed to really dig up the roots. It is a job that requires patience, and often it will have to be repeated several times throughout the season.

Later in the season, where the weeds have grown quite tall, I recommend that the weed are cut down, as it will otherwise be impossible to get anywhere with the claw.

I am very fond of good quality and like to acquire things that can withstand years of wear and tear. And this is very much the case with the gardening tools from the Dutch company DeWit. Here you can really talk about genuine craftsmanship made from hardened boron steel at the company in the small town of Kornhorn in the north of Holland. All shafts are made from Dutch ash.