Our latest Wheel Hoe model, the High Arch Wheel Hoe, allows you to cultivate, weed and plow both sides your garden rows in one pass. The high arch has a 15″ clearance, allowing you to straddle plants that are much taller. The double wheels provide excellent stability during use, making it very easy to push and maneuver around your vegetable garden.
The High Arch Wheel Hoe includes an adjustable wheel-width setting so that you can control the distance between the wheels or attachments on the tool bar. This allows you to modify the distance between implements depending on the width of your row or plants. For example, you might desire a wider setting for cultivating lettuce and a narrower setting for cultivating corn.
This is the perfect tool for hilling or side-dressing corn plants. Use with our Plow Set to throw dirt towards the corn plants to create a mound around the plants. This provides more soil for healthy root development and also helps to prevent stalks from being blown down by high winds. Also use with the Plow Set for hilling potatoes as they grow, ensuring you get the best potato harvest!
High Arch Wheel Hoe Features
- Made with 1/4″ steel
- Powder-coated frame
- 15″ steel wheels
- Amish-crafted, steam bent handles
- Adjustable handles to accommodate user’s height
Save with our High Arch Wheel Deal which includes 4 Cultivator Teeth, Plow Set and two 6″ Oscillating Hoes.
High Arch Wheel Hoe Options
The High Arch Wheel Hoe is compatible with the following Hoss Wheel Hoe Attachments:
**The High Arch Wheel Hoe is not compatible with our Disk Harrow or Drip Tape Layer Attachment.
Add the Success Kit
Our Wheel Hoe Success Kit includes everything you need to maintain your Wheel Hoe, change attachments and keep your blades sharpened. The Wheel Hoe Success Kit includes Boiled Linseed Oil for conditioning and protecting your Wheel Hoe handles, a 9/16″ Wrench for changing Wheel Hoe attachments, a Farmers File for sharpening attachments, and a medium grit Sanding Block for polishing and smoothing any rough spots that may develop.