Korean Ho-mi

This Korean designed hand hoe (plow) is used for opening the soil as well as myriad other gardening tasks. First constructed over 5,000 years ago during the Bronze Age, this tool is still as popular today. The Ho-Mi (pronounced 'hoe-mee') means 'little ground spear' and is generally used as an extension of the hand for all manner of tasks from digging and planting, to weeding and seed sowing. This is a handmade garden tool with a durable, sustainable rubber tree wooden handle.

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Korean Ho-mi

This Korean designed hand hoe (plow) is used for opening the soil as well as myriad other gardening tasks. First constructed over 5,000 years ago during the Bronze Age, this tool is still as popular today. The Ho-Mi (pronounced 'hoe-mee') means 'little ground spear' and is generally used as an extension of the hand for all manner of tasks from digging and planting, to weeding and seed sowing. This is a handmade garden tool with a durable, sustainable rubber tree wooden handle.

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