One hoe to rule them all
Mutineer Interchangeable Hoe
The Mutineer* hoe was developed by Conor Crickmore.
Interchangeable wire hoes using a threaded bolt have been around since their invention more than a hundred years ago.** Conor advanced this century old technology with a quick exchange and some unique manufacturing techniques.
The invention and manufacture of the mutineer gave farmers access, for the first time, to a hoe that quickly and easily switches between these precision cultivating heads - colinears, wire weeders, multi-row toolbar and torsions.
You need only one handle and you can carry multiple heads with you into the field or garden..
Wire Weeders have been used by farmers and gardeners sine there was wire and a handle.* They are a fast and efficient cultivating tool that is safe to use next to seedlings and in tight rows. There is a pacifist wire head for every situation.
They come in two gauges
Sharp Wire - Small gauge is great if sharpness is your primary concern over strength. Perfect for loose soil and thread stage weeds.
Firm Wire - is for those who are looking for a really stiff wire with the longest life. This size wire is extremely durable.
Farmer Wire Hoe Hacks
Top Left: Adam Croft, Farmer at Park Farm UK (Wire , Tape, and Wood Handle)
Top Right: Jack Kertesz, MOFGA Landscape Coordinator (Wire, Bolt, and Crutches)
Bottom Left: Eileen Marie Murphy, Intern at Four Season Farm (Wire, Brazing, and Bolt)
Bottom Right: Keith Arkenberg, Owner Arkenberg Farm (Wire, Bolt with Clamp, and Wood Handle)