Humans are earth movers.
For millennia we have moved waters and soil to change the environment around our to create more advantageous conditions for living, livestocks, crops, or wildlife.
A broadfork is a simple tools that has existed is some form or fashion for at least 50 years but probably existed in some primitive form for centuries.
The broadfork works by lifting and loosening soil with minimal inversion of natural soil layers. The result is the reversing soil compaction, increased water infiltration, decreased runoff, incorporation of organic matter, reduced weed pressure, and ease of transplanting or seeding.
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At only 10 lbs, the Finesse is one of the lightest broadfork on the market. With its all-steel construction, it will last a lifetime and stand up to the toughest of soils. Unlike other broadforks that require repositioning our hands multiple times, the Finesse can be positioned, driven into the soil, pulled, back and repositioned without ever taking you hands off the handle.
Additionally, the Finesse was designed with multiple functions. The teeth are spaced at exactly 6” apart, allowing you to mark your raised bed for consistent and precise seeding or transplanting by dragging the Finesse backward across surface of the bed.