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Garden Tools: Bow Rake

Updated: Dec 8, 2021

The tines are short, only a few inches (5 to 10 cm.) long, and they are parallel to each other and the tines are perpendicular to the long, straight handle. They are strong and rigid, usually made of metal. Running the sharp, hard tines over the grass will both pick up any debris and pull away thickly matted, compacted dead turf. It’s also very good for pushing around, grooming, and leveling material such as soil, mulch, gravel, and compost. The tines can be used for breaking up and spreading material, and the smooth side of the head can be used for more precise jobs of leveling the material out.

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