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the uses of shovel as a simple Farm tool

 

Uses of shovel as a simple Farm tool

The shovel as a simple farm tool looks like the spade itself but it has a long wooden handle but the blade of a shovel is hollow and broad with a rectangular around age as shown in the image below. The functions of a shovel is almost the same as that of a spade. So below are some of the functions of a typical shopping listed for your knowledge
Well is used for lifting or transferring soil from one place to another. It is worthy of note that a typical shovel has a curved edge on the blade and enables it to hold onto large chunk of soil during transferring

 

 

 


Shovel is also used to load materials from ground-level into wheelbarrow
Typical shovel known as simple Farm tool is used for making garden paths
Shovel is used for leveling the ground and removing Stones or rubbish from the pathway

a shovel. farm tool

 

How to maintain the shovel for longevity


The shovel should be stored in a dry and cool place all the time after use
The Farmer should endeavour to oil grease or paint the metal parts of the shovel regularly to avoid rust
The wooden handle of a shovel should be kept away from the attack of termite
It is very important that after use of the shovel the metal blade of it should be clean

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