Garden Hod, Garden Gifts

Harvesting Tools

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Garden Hod, Garden Gifts

Harvesting Tools

Excellent for collecting and cleaning vegetables easier! The garden hod allows you to easily collect your vegetables and clean them outside before bringing them inside. The wooden frame and green screen allows water to easily clean your vegetables and drain out the bottom. This garden hod is built to last for many years and lots of harvesting. Hods were originally used by both the French and the British for everything from carrying bricks and mortar to measuring and washing alewives. For hundred of years, Maine's clam diggers have used hods to hold and rinse their catch. "Maine Garden Hods", styled after the traditional clam hod, are built to last from quality hard and soft woods and durable food-grade vinyl-covered mesh. Designed for harvesting and washing plants, fruits, and vegetables, users have discovered that the Hod lends itself to hundreds of other uses -inside and house- any time of the year. You'll find the Hod is one garden tool that's useful indoors our out..any time of the year! Hods are available in two sizes to meet nearly any need. The Original Hod (16 Quart) measures 19":x11"Wx10"H and has a capacity of approximately 16 quarts. The L'il Hod (8 Quart) measures 16"Lx9"Wx9"H and has a capacity of approximately 8 quarts.
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