One hoe to rule them all
Mutineer Interchangeable Hoe
The Mutineer* hoe was developed by Conor Crickmore.
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 while carrying multiple heads with you into the field or garden.
Wire Hoes / Weeders
Wire Weeders are a fast and efficient cultivating tool that is safe to use next to seedlings and in tight rows. There is a pacifist wire weeder mutineer 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 and hard to bend.
Note - Any steel wire is broken by bending repeatedly in alternating directions. If you avoid bending, the wire will last a very long time.
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)