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Find yard and garden hand tools at Target.com! This bucket organizer has 34 pockets and a hook and loop strap which fits any 5 gallon bucket. Very convenient to organize and carry tools, great to hold garden tools, gloves, seeds, marking sticks,
Chrome-finished tubular steel construction. Accommodates over 60 tools; bottom shelf holds up to 200 lbs. and top shelf has a 300-lb. weight capacity (without casters). 35" x 21" grid accommodates rakes, shovels, hoes and other long-handled tools. Adjustable nylon feet. Casters sold separately. Designed to coordinate with our renowned garage shelving, this durable organizer holds over 60 gardening tools of various sizes. The generously sized 600-denier polyester organizer attaches to the front and holds small tools such as trowels, garden forks and pruners. . . . . .
The Lawn and Garden Dispenser Tube can be used to apply any garden dusts quickly and easily. The sometime long task will only take minutes, and no more getting on hands and needs to apply. This reusable tool can be used to apply any garden dusts, like Milky Spore Powder or Diatomaceous earth.
Storage Case - Width: 55" - Height: 39" - Depth: 37" - Color: Light Taupe - Country of Origin: United States
Gardeners tend to assume that any organic product is automatically safe for humans and beneficial to the environment—and in most cases this is true. The problem, as Jeff Gillman points out in this fascinating, well-researched book, is that it is not always true, and the exceptions to the rule can pose a significant threat to human health. To cite just one example, animal manures in compost can be a source of harmful E. coli contamination if imporperly treated. Gillman's contention is that all gardening products and practices—organic and synthetic—need to be examined on a case-by-case basis to determine both whether they are safe and whether they accomplish the task for which they are intended.Ultimately, Gillman concludes, organic methods are preferable in most situations that gardeners are likely to encounter. After reading this eye-opening book, you will understand why, and why knowledge is the gardener's most important tool.