The Quick Fork: For a No-Dig Garden and Soil Loosening with Less Effort
Are you interested in how to prepare garden soil without digging and with minimal effort? The solution is the Quick Fork. When used correctly, it loosens the soil deeply 2 to 3 times faster. The work is simpler and much less strenuous for your spine and arms.
Prepare the garden soil without turning it over. This positively affects soil organisms and improves soil quality. For this purpose, use the Quick Fork and prepare the soil only by deeply loosening it.
Fast and Efficient Work with the Quick Fork
You can now work the soil very quickly with the Quick Fork. Lift it and press it into the soil with your foot. Then pull it back with one or both hands. Repeat the process until you are finished with the deep loosening.
The work becomes easier if you work with the Quick Fork shallowly on the ground. This deeply loosens the soil, positively affecting the soil organisms and the quality of the soil. Work in such a way that the soil does not stick to the shoes and the tool (the soil should be properly moist and not too wet).
The working width of the Quick Fork is 30 cm. Working with this tool is fast and uncomplicated. The Quick Fork replaces at least 2 to 3 people, making the work 2- to 3-times faster. Also, the spine and arms are less stressed. You enjoy the work more and use less energy.
The Quick Fork is made from heat-treated metal that can withstand high loads. It easily works garden paths, trails, heavier and lighter garden soils. Thus, you can easily transform overgrown areas into a garden. The tool is of high quality and if used properly, it will serve its purpose for decades.
The Handle Size for the Quick Fork
The dimensions for the wooden handle for the Quick Fork are: 130 cm (length) and 4 cm (diameter). The wooden handle can be purchased separately and the fork assembled at home. You can use a common shovel or fork handle, which you can buy at any hardware store. The handle must then be attached to the metal part, and you are ready to go.
Working with the Quick Fork is Simple and Quick
The Quick Fork is lightweight and has a working width of 30 cm. Press the tool into the ground and pull the handle back with one or both hands. You can work with the left or right hand. While working, you stand upright. The spine is not stressed, as very little force is used.
The Quick Fork is especially suitable for all gardeners for whom turning over the garden soil is a difficult task. With it, you accomplish the work with much less effort.
Sandy and Clay Soils
Heavy clay soils are prepared in autumn. Light sandy soils can also be prepared in early spring. During the autumn work in October and November, you can remove the upper breaking forks and crush the cold soil into a fine-clumped structure.
Without the upper breaking forks, the work is even easier and faster to complete. This method pays off especially for heavier clay soils.
We recommend preparing the soil in October or early November before the severe winter cold sets in. This way, the soil is better suited for the first sowing and planting in spring. Light sandy soils can also be loosened in spring. This positively affects soil organisms and improves soil quality. Work in dry weather when the soil does not stick to shoes and tools.
The Importance of the Upper Breaking Forks in Preparing Garden Soil
The upper breaking forks immediately crush the soil. This is especially useful when preparing garden soil in spring. Thus, no additional crushing of the soil with a hoe is necessary, as you have already prepared the soil through deep loosening. After deep loosening, the garden soil is leveled with a rake and sowing or planting is started.
Maintain the quality of the garden soil and the organisms living in it. Prepare the soil in the garden with the Quick Fork without turning it over, and loosen it deeply. The work is quick and easy. Also, the spine and arms are less stressed.