Monthly Archives: February 2008

Watering and moving equipment

Watering is essential for plants’ growth. Unless you are able to install a watering system in your garden, the basic watering can provide one way to maintain plant health. However, there are also a multitude of modern devices available that … Continue reading

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Woody plants can be quite tough, so sharp blades are essential. Remember that you are cutting into a living organism, so, like a surgeon, you must make clean cuts to avoid damaging the plant. I his also ensures that pruning … Continue reading

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Cutting and sawing equipment

There are many tasks in the garden that demand the use of special cutting equipment. Pruning trees and shrubs is a common task; for cutting grass, there is a wide range of specialized mowing machines for close cuts, as well … Continue reading

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Other Garden Equipment

In addition to the battery of hand tools required, you will need an array of equipment, which is best kept stored in an accessible, handy storage box. Nothing is more irritating than to plan to spend time in the garden, … Continue reading

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Using hand tools

Gradually, you will build up a collection of hand tools Thai will serve you well for years. As with all tools, it is important to choose hand tools Thai suit you and your garden and to maintain them well, lake … Continue reading

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Hand tools There is a wide range of hand tools available for specific gardening tasks. The two essential items are a small fork and a trowel. For general maintenance tasks, a hammer and mallet arc necessary; if you have a … Continue reading

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Using forks, spades, rakes, and hoes

It is important that you handle the tools you purchase efficiently and well. When digging or lifting heavy weights in the garden, try to keep your hack as straight as possible and bend at the knees, to avoid putting extra … Continue reading

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