For centuries, farmers have used hand tools to serve needs on small farms and gardens without the need for expensive machinery. Before trying a tool, though, it can be hard to know which ones are a worthwhile investment. Learn how to use the broadfork, various types of hoes, the scythe, the dibbler, and types of field seeders and transplanters. Learn proper tool maintenance that will keep these tools fresh for years to come.
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