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Leonard Cape Cod Weeder with 60" Wood Handle

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# ACW60
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Weight: 2.44 lbs
Our popular Cape Cod Weeder is now available with a 60-inch hardwood handle. Great performance from a standing position! This weeder's classic design aerates, loosens, and cuts through soil to effectively dig out tough weeds from below the surface. A useful tool in greenhouse and field growing environments. The narrow tip comes in handy when breaking up soil, furrowing, planting, weeding around crop and irrigation lines. Its engineered to last a lifetime, featuring a hardened forged-steel blade that works through hard soil. The forged blade and shank are welded to a heavy gauge steel socket which is riveted to the hardwood handle. 68" overall length. Ship wt. 2.44 lbs. Lifetime Warranty.


  • Blade Material: Forged steel
  • Cutting Edge: 2-3/4"
  • Handle Material: Hardwood
  • Handle Length: 60"
  • Overall Length: 68"
  • Weight: 2.5lb

Product Features

  • Forged steel with a hardened blade edge holds up in tough soils
  • Traditional "Cape Cod" design slices through soil, cutting weeds below the surface
  • Extremely light weight yet strong
  • 60" long handle offers great performance from a standing position
  • Hardwood handle is finished for weather resistance
  • Narrow tip useful for furrowing, planting, cultivating, aerating, and loosening soil
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Ship wt. 2.5lb

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

5 Stars

Cape Cod weeder wrote

great product

4 Stars

Weeder with a unique angle wrote

I have used this type before, Leonard has a unique angle that I am trying to get used to.

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