Does Garden Claw Really Work?
The Garden Claw is a gardening tool that helps to maintain the quality of the soil bed by keeping it cultivated, loosened, and aerated. It also assists in weeding, hence, the acronym CLAW. The name also refers to the shape of the tool. About the length of a broomstick, one end has four prongs shaped like a claw. The other end has handles and with a simple turning motion, the claw turns and loosens the soil. At the start of gardening season, the Garden Claw is particularly useful in that the soil tends to be more difficult to manage. The makers of this product say that soil is more easily loosened, particularly on difficult soils that may be of clay, hardpan or rocks. Because of the tool’s height there is no bending, thus offering relief from potential back aches.