Most garden tools have fixed handles. Some tools, however, are available as separate handle and toolhead components that can be interchanged.
Electric tools eliminate the fire hazards associated with gasoline, but introduce the hazard of electric shock or electrocution. There are some steps you can take to improve the safety of electric tools.
Garden tools will last longer if we take good care of them, but it can be a real bother to do so. A simple trick will make it much easier for you to keep your shovels, hoes, trowels, etc. clean and protected.
One of the major distinctions between low-quality and high-quality tools is the way the toolhead is manufactured.
You have many choices when it comes to shovels. The type you need depends on the job you have to do.
If you grow a vegetable garden, you probably get tired of bending over placing seeds in a furrow. Perhaps you are also tired of making the planting furrow and then covering it over and tamping. If so, you might be interested in one of the garden seeders on the market.
A simple hand spreader is often the best tool for applying granular fertilizer or pesticides.
Homeowners and gardeners often use wheelbarrows and garden carts to move materials. This article describes advantages and limitations of each.
Many hand garden tools have wooden handles. Although some newer tools have fiberglass or metal handles, wood is still a very common handle material. With just a little care, your wooden handles can last a lifetime.