Handyman tools and gadgets are all the rage in the gardening, but a tool that can also cut through tough branches and even into the heart of a tree is the Husky. The Husky has an extendable blade on the end of its blades that will cut through many types of branches and a sturdy metal handle. Most models have an extension key, which makes it easy to change the depth of cut. In fact, most models will cut down to one third of an inch.
A popular tool among gardeners is the Husky Dusters. These are small hand held devices that will dry large groups of soil. The blade of the Husky Duster has a hook that allows you to hook the blade through the branch or trunk of a tree. To dry a large group of soil, the Dusters will not only pull the soil from the branches and trunks of the trees, but will also pull the soil from the root system. This action leaves your plants with a deep, clean soil void that is ready for planting.
Another tool in the Husky line of gardening tools is the Milwaukee M12. Like the Dusters, the Milwaukee M 12 will drill and slices through branches and root systems. Like the Dusters, it has an adjustable depth of cut. The only real difference between the two tools is that the husky has a blade that has a hook on the end.
The husky has a line trimmer that comes in both electric and gas power head styles. The gas power head is recommended for larger areas. Using this type of tool can give you more control over how much work you need to do in a garden or yard. The electric-powered trimmer is great for trimming back large areas or cutting smaller branches.
The 2-cycle gas driven flat top bladed tools are the best selection for large group trimming jobs. These tools have two speed settings and a long cord with a carrying case. You can find these tools in the Husky line of tools. The biggest benefit of the flat top tools is they can get into tight spaces and clean up large clumps of brush in a single pass.
If you’re looking to expand your existing garden or are building a new garden, the expand-it cultivator attachment is a tool that you should definitely invest in. This attachment for the husky flat top trimmer allows you to reach into higher areas where a digging fork or a digging spade cannot go. The expand-it cultivator attaches to the tool box with a spring clip. There is no cutting necessary with the expand-it cultivator attachment and it provides a comfortable work surface when used.
The large, 12-inch wide, high-powered Homelite gas powered curved string trimmer comes in either a straight line or a spiral pattern. The straight line pattern is more common because it’s more efficient for larger areas. The spiral trimmer is better suited for larger gardens and straight lines are better for landscaping small areas. The husky flat top has several settings including small blade for light trimming and larger blade for thicker clumps of brush. The large bladed tool comes with a hose, which allows you to reach deeper areas than a standard bladed hand tool. You can choose the level setting to cut the grass from the ground or to just lightly cut the grass from the top of the shrub.
The electric cordless tool is a nice combination tool that has many advantages. The first advantage is the cordless feature. This enables you to go where ever your garden strumming takes you without fear of static electricity being a factor. The second advantage is the battery powered design. The battery is recharged by using the exhaust from the gas power head of the Homelite gas power head along with a charge from the adapter.