Boy hoeing a garden.
This is a combination draw hoe. It is also called a mattock or fork. It also known as a pitchfork.
Dutch hoes are useful for destroying weeds or for loosening the surface.
A Blackland (or meadow hoe), reading "True-Temper Triumph", displayed horizontally.
An instrument for cutting up weeds and lossening the earth.
A typical single-wheel hoe and cultivator, 1919.
A typical double-wheel hoe and cultivator for straddling the rows, 1919.
A hoe inside of a circle
A tool used to break up the surface of the ground.
Martin's one-row horse hoe used in agriculture.
Canadian peasant girl.
"The pickfork or Canterbury hoe is a very useful tool for breaking up the surface soil, the three-pronged…
Seal, with a shovel and hoe on it.
The spanish or vernon hoe is a form with only one point.
In the swan necked draw hoe the handle is inserted in a socket which is connected with the blade by…
Triangular hoes are sometimes used for making drills.