Kent & Stowe 3 Prong Hand Cultivator

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The Kent & Stowe 3 Prong Hand Cultivator is a crafted, traditional, quality stainless steel hand cultivator suitable for light forking and raking surface soil, with minimal soil adhesion. It is ideal for use in heavy soil and imperfect ground.


Product Specification

  • Length: 280mm.

Benefits

  • Rigid and high quality stainless steel prongs.
  • Efficient cultivation of surface soil, beds and borders up to a depth of 3”.
  • Cranked shaft to protect knuckles during work.
  • 15 year guarantee.

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