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A loosening of the soil can be enormously facilitated with a garden claw. Read here how useful such a device is.
Loosen soil with the garden claw
The gardening tool equipped with several prongs can - without needing to bend down - be placed directly on the soil to be processed and lightly pressed (take leg to help). By slightly rotating the claw on the handles on both sides, the earth is processed piece by piece - always repeat this process!
A soil loosened up with the earth claw ensures a better supply of the plants (increased nutrient uptake and water absorption). Also, the garden floor is not only loosened, but also ventilated at the same time. However, as often assumed wrongly, with a garden claw you can not completely dig up the ground. The garden claw should not be used in lawns.
Remove weeds with the garden claw
With the garden claw but also some weeds in the garden bed can be easily removed to the root. To do this, the claw must be placed directly over the weed plant, pressed in and turned in one direction. The weed is thereby released from the soil, briefly raise and dispose of it best in the household waste.
Tip: Weeds are even easier to remove with the garden claw after a heavy downpour.
In the trade is also still a hand claw available, which can be used for fine work in the flower bed. Usually consisting of three small prongs, the handclaw evidently performs the same work, but more laboriously and far less profoundly. However, flowering flower borders and vegetable beds require careful treatment during the season. Only in the fall, then usually for this purpose again the big earth claw be used to reprocess the bed for the upcoming season.