Dutch hoe


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Dutch hoe

n.
See scuffle2.
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Dutch hoe

n
(Tools) a type of hoe in which the head consists of a two-edged cross-blade attached to two prongs or of a single pressing of this shape
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Noun1.Dutch hoe - a hoe that is used by pushing rather than pullingDutch hoe - a hoe that is used by pushing rather than pulling
hoe - a tool with a flat blade attached at right angles to a long handle
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In cultivated ground, the simplest way to control weeds is to hoe them out as they emerge, using a Dutch hoe.
@MysticReg Jun 22- Jul 22Jul 23- Aug 23Aug 24- Sep 22 Sep 23- Oct 23Oct 24- Nov 21 Nov 22- Dec 20 BUSBY AN unfortunate incident at the garden centre this week, when you mistake a Dutch Hoe for one of those ladies who sit in the shop windows in Amsterdam.
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GADGET A decent Dutch hoe is a must for this time of year.
The head is also smaller than the traditional Dutch hoe which allows for far more accuracy when hoeing near plants.
And Velvet, his twin, is crazy about hoeing weeds with her mini Dutch hoe. Blossom is our expert tree climber, and they all adore picking vegetables.
There are plenty of "cultural" ways to overcome them, either by hand or with tools such as a draw hoe, Dutch hoe or hand fork.
Draw out a series of two inch deep holes with a dutch hoe all along the row, pop in a couple of slug pellets and a handful of sharp sands to absolutely deter the little beggars then chucked in a spud with all the eyes still growing away.