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Japanese Gardening Knife Stainless Steel 7 razor sharp Concave Serrated Blade with depth measurement guide Smooth wenge wood full tang handle Includes Whetstone and Leather Sheath

$35.94 $17.97

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Japanese Gardening Knife Stainless Steel 7′ razor sharp Concave Serrated Blade with depth measurement guide Smooth wenge wood full tang handle Includes Whetstone and Leather Sheath. What Can I Do With A Japanese Gardening Knife I hear you ask? Well, the short answer is, almost everything……… Chopping and Slicing Weeds: Whether you have large or small weeds plaguing your garden, this knife can help you get rid of them. If you’re battling smaller, thinner weeds, then just slice straight through them by putting the flat side of the blade against the soil and sliding along the surface. It’s a simple and effective way to eradicate weeds before they grow into bigger problems. If you have bigger weeds, you can use your knife as a small chopping tool. Because the stems of most decent-sized weeds are still soft, this knife can get the job done. Seeding and Planting: To seed with your Japanese gardening knife, just use the very tip of the blade to either draw a line along your rows, or to make small indentations in the soil for larger seeds. You can also use it to plant vegetable/flower bulbs. Stab the soil with the tip of the knife and shake it around to loosen up the soil. Make a slot to the depth you need for your bulb/seed – using the ruler as a guide and drop in the bulb / seed. Keeping the knife in the slot while you do this, so that when you pull it out the soil will just fall back into place. Harvesting: Clearing out a bed of root crops ?, then turn to the Japanese gardening knife instead of a digging fork, just press the knife into the soil at an angle, manoeuvre it around a bit and gently pull on the plant/vegetable. In most cases it will pop right out, but in others a bit of gentle persuasion is required. Removing stubborn roots: Clearing out an area that was once weed-infested or had shrubs or deep roots in it ? then turn to the Japanese Gardening Knife for a little more skill and refinement . Dig out all the soil around the pesky persistent roots and chop clean through them. Japanese Gardening Knife Stainless Steel 7′ razor sharp Concave Serrated Blade with depth measurement guide Smooth wenge wood full tang handle Includes Whetstone and Leather Sheath

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