- Jan 2, 2022
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- Western Washington, USA
He says that he chose the Tall (14") over the People's (12") because of the leverage that would be provided by the longer handles. He decided against the Farmer (16") because, although it has longer tines, the handles are the same length (plus with extra weight and cost, the 14" seemed like the sweet spot).Can't see if you said, is it the 12", 14", or 16" one?
He thinks it would pry bramble roots out better than shovel and pick, but he hasn't tried it (our brambles are either along a fence or under a tree). It did pull up quack grass roots "like crazy" and also the odd tree root from a tree that fell 15 years ago.
If the ground is really rocky, you'll have trouble driving it in (we have one area that had formerly been a horseshoe pit and he couldn't use it there).