Jun 12, 2005 by tmorken
Pros: Less effort than a shovel for many things.
Cons: Wider, flatter tines are a bit better, but this one does the job
Summary: A seed fork is ideal for those times when a shovel just makes it harder. For instance, shoveling mulch, leaves, wood chips, tangled weeds, etc. Shovels hang up and are hard to push into these types of things, and half the time the stuff falls off anyway. ... read more