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A hoe designed to be used with a pulling action.
- ‘As soon as weeds appear, remove them by cutting them off just below the soil surface with a draw hoe, loop hoe, or shuffle hoe.’
- ‘The Warren hoe and the flat-bladed draw hoe work very well, however, avoid the temptation of digging too deeply with these tools because you might damaging tender plants.’
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