Gardeners love the CobraHead® Weeder & Cultivator! This tool helps you do it all: Weed, cultivate, scalp, edge, dig, furrow, plant, and harvest with ease.
It comes in 4 different lengths for maximum utility.
- The 60" Long Handle Weeder & Cultivator is great for older gardeners or small scale farming.
- Gardeners over 6'2" will most appreciate the 60" handle length.
- Excellent for working around tightly spaced crops or drip irrigation.
- One year unconditional warranty
- Recycled Composite handle
- Made in Wisconsin, USA
Length = 13". Blade assembly adds 8" to length.
**Note: The CobraHead Long Handle blade is thin, very sharp and quite strong. But, because of its thinness, it is not indestructible. It is not designed for removing large plants or roots.
Rapidly increasing in popularity, square foot gardening is the most practical, foolproof way to grow a home garden. That explains why author and gardening innovator Mel Bartholomew has sold more than 2 million books describing how to become a successful DIY square foot gardener. Now, with the publication of All New Square Foot Gardening, Second Edition, the essential guide to his unique step-by-step method has become even better. Bartholomew developed his techniques in the early 1980s and has been teaching them throughout the world ever since. In the process, he has made improvements and refinements and continually adapted his practices to keep pace with modern times. In this new volume, he furthers his discussion on one of the most popular gardening trends today: vertical gardening. Bartholomew also explains how you can make gardening fun for children by teaching them the square foot method. Finally, an expanded section on pest control helps you protect your precious produce. Rich with new full-color images and updated tips for selecting materials, this beautiful new edition is perfect for brand-new gardeners as well as the millions of square foot gardeners who are already dedicated to Bartholomew's industry-changing insights.
Bumper-to-bumper traffic, huge supermarket warehouses, outrageous utility bills — facts of every day life, right? Wrong! There is a better life. It’s simpler, healthier and more satisfying, and Mother Earth News can help you live it. The Best of Mother Earth News: Original E-book Collection is a set of e-books featuring the best original content from the pages of the magazine.
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In this provocative, wide-ranging book, Richard Manning offers a dramatically revisionist view of recent human evolution, beginning with the vast increase in brain size that set us apart from our primate relatives and brought an accompanying increase in our need for nourishment. For 290,000 years, we managed to meet that need as hunter-gatherers, a state in which Manning believes we were at our most human: at our smartest, strongest, and most sensually alive. But our reliance on food made a secure supply deeply attractive, and eventually we embarked upon the agricultural experiment that has been the history of our past 10,000 years.
The evolutionary road is littered with failed experiments, however, and Manning suggests that agriculture as we have practiced it runs against both our grain and nature's. Drawing on the work of anthropologists, biologists, archaeologists, and philosophers, along with his own travels, he argues that not only our ecological ills (overpopulation, erosion, pollution) but our social and emotional malaise are rooted in the devil's bargain we made in our not-so-distant past. And he offers personal, achievable ways we might recontour the path we have taken to resurrect what is most sustainable and sustaining in our own nature and the planet's.