Magna Grecia Hoe


    A Magna Grecia hoe breaks ground and deeply aerates like no other tool.

    At one time made by the Falci company in Italy, this unique and useful tool is no longer in production.

    In stock (can be backordered)


    Magna Grecia Hoe

    Like a garden fork that you swing, the Magna Grecia Hoe utilizes its weight and velocity to drive the 10″ long tines into the ground.  The flat blade can be used to clear vegetation before aerating, or afterward to break up any clods you may bring up.  (Though I  generally prefer a flat bladed grub hoe for these jobs)

    Once beds are established, the Magna Grecia hoe can still be used to deeply aerate your soil prior to planting, and, as you see in the video, it can be used between rows to weed and cultivate.

    Though not unbreakable, the Canadian Hickory handle is about as tough as they come.

    • High carbon steel head
    • 54″, Canadian Hickory handle
    • 10″ tines, spaced 4″ apart
    • Flat blade is 5″ long by 2.5″ wide
    • Made by the Falci Co in Italy, no longer in production

    1 Year Warranty

    Shipped with eco friendly packaging materials

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    Read an article by an experienced hand tool user on the magna grecia hoe.

    Additional information

    Weight5 lbs
    Dimensions58 x 4 x 4 in


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