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Spading Fork with Fiberglass Handle and Poly D-Grip

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$47.99

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  • SPADING FORK – A must-have multi-purpose tool for digging, turning soil, harvesting root crops, aerating compost piles, and more
  • MADE TO LAST – Constructed from 100% Made In The USA steel, it’s up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors; protective and durable powdered coat finish prevents rusting and extends tool life
  • SMART DESIGN – D-shaped polypropylene grip with a no-slip texture, designed to increase leverage and reduce hand fatigue, while wide enough to accommodate work gloves; fork head measures 10″ L x 7.5″ W with a total tool length of 44″; footstep extends 2.25″
  • HIGH QUALITY – Handle made from high-quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength
  • 100% Made In The USA

Spading Fork step

THE ULTIMATE DIGGING FORK

A spading fork, sometimes called a potato fork, has long been a garden staple for both professional and at-home landscapers. Use it to turn soil, aerate your lawn, or remove dead or unwanted plants.

Spading Fork weld

STRONG, STEEL CONSTRUCTION

Each tine is over-welded to the crossbar for extra strength and prevents the tines from snapping off. The tines are 100% solid steel, and the extended steel up the handle protects the fork's neck - typically the weakest part of the tool.

PERFECT FOR QUICK AERATION

Press the fork into the ground with your foot to create holes in your lawn for aeration. The Poly D-Grip has a textured handle that allows you to easily grip and hold onto the tool while you dig into the ground – plus, there’s room for a work glove.

Spading Fork in ground

ROCK SOLID PERFORMANCE

Looking for a tool to use in your rocky soil? You found it. The head of our Spading Fork is made from solid, American steel. This tool is up to 30% more durable than the products made by our competitors who use foreign materials, so it’ll be strong enough for your rocky backyard (and the layers of soil underneath it).

Spading Fork on mulch