The cultivator has three sharp, bent tines which make light work of breaking up soil as the three tines deeply pierce the soil. Breaking up the top layer of soil allows air, light, water and other nutrients to be stored in the lower parts of the soil where the plant roots are located. The cultivator has long tines so it can break through a thick layer of soil and the angle of the teeth allows the tool to be pulled through the soil with ease. This tool is comparable to the function of a plough and as such, the tines are wider at the bottom compared to the top of the tine.
*All our products are handmade and the handle is made of wood which is a natural material. As such, color deviations and irregularities are possible.
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De Tocht 3c, 1611 HT
Bovenkarspel, The Netherlands
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