Mother Earth: Garden Tools: Older Can Be Better March 22, 2006 8:42 AM
March 21, 2006
Garden Tools: Older Can Be Better
by Judi Depeal
Save money by looking for used garden tools next time you're in the market to buy replacements. Plus, older tools are often made with better quality materials. Here are some hints to help you find and choose used garden tools.
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