2014 - Volume #38, Issue #6, Page #29[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Serrated Shovel Great For Many Jobs
“It’s less labor intensive than other garden tools on the market,” says Richard Fugel, Clarkesville, Ga. “It works great to cultivate, edge and weed flower beds, vegetable gardens, walkways, driveways, etc. You can also use it to cut brambles and light brush, and to dig holes for planting bulbs, seeds and plants.”
Fugel’s father invented the original Kombi back in the early 1990’s and they’ve added different models over the years to make the shovel even more versatile.
All Kombi shovels are designed to be used in a sliding back and forth movement parallel to the ground. The shovel can be slid on top of the ground to shear off brush or used to cut weeds under ground level. It can also be used as an edger.
All models are available with either wooden or fiberglass handles. Wooden-handled models sell for $32 plus S&H; fiberglass sell for $50 plus S&H.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Richard T. Fugel, 101 Bushkill Trail, Clarkesville, Ga. 30523 (ph 706 754-2875; email@example.com).
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