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  1. Tool Identification By Mr. Brian Mortensen Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office July, 2002

  2. Objectives • Students will be able to: • Identify basic garden tools • Select the proper tools for a given project

  3. Basic Garden Tools • Rake • Shovel • Pruner • Trowel • Hoe • Wheelbarrow • Hose • Etc.

  4. Rakes • For use with moving debris • Aids in the cleaning process • Proper use is with two (2) hands

  5. Leaf Rake Steel Rake

  6. Pruner Bypass Pruners • Two types of pruners • Bypass • Anvil Anvil Pruners

  7. Trowels • Uses • To aid in the planting of medium to large plants. • Moves small amount of dirt • For use with one hand while holding a plant in the other

  8. Shovels • Two types of shovels • Round point • Used primarily for digging holes • Square point • Better used for picking up trash and debris

  9. Square Point Shovel Round Point Shovel

  10. Square Shovel Continued • This is a different type of square shovel. • The size is much larger and can pick up much more debris. • The handle is much shorter with a different grip.

  11. Garden Hoe • Used to cultivate the soil • Removes weeds

  12. Steel Head Garden Cultivator • Uses • Cultivates the soil • Remove weeds • Allows oxygen to penetrate the soil

  13. Wheelbarrow • Used primarily to move heavy things from one place to another • Can be used to hold trash • Can also be used to make cement in

  14. Rubber Hose • Main purpose is to deliver water from one place to another

  15. Nozzles • Uses • To water plants • Control direction of spray • Different ends allow different amounts of water

  16. The End