Charles Dowding has long been a champion of our tools (as well as championing organic growing and no-dig vegetable growing). His latest book has just been published. More info here.
Spotted in today's Sunday Times gardening section, the Castor Trowel.
As recommended in the latest issue of Observer Food Monthly: The Antares border fork, http://implementations.co.uk/shop/antares-border-fork/ and Auva spade, http://implementations.co.uk/shop/auva-spade/.
From last Saturday's Telegraph Gardening section. Helen Yemm recommends the Mira Trowel. Thank you Helen!
Interesting article about copper in yesterday's Telegraph. And of course, a certain range of garden tools had a mention.
Yesterday's You Magazine with the Auva Spade and the Viscountess of Weymouth
This article helped to bring Implementations and PKS Bronze Tools to the attention of a wider audience. We remain grateful to Gardens Illustrated it for publishing it.
Here are some of the Maia Dibbers. The one nearest the front is made of apple wood. A neighbour of PKS in Austria contacted them to ask if they wanted the wood from an apple tree they were about to cut down. Other handles are oak, ash and beech, all...
Can businesses be categorised as sun, moon or planet level? Let me explain. A moon-level business has a very specific and singular aim: to grow. Of the heavenly bodies we see in the night sky, our moon has the smallest orbit. It circles around our planet in...
An ambivalent title leading to warm praise for the Sirius Hoe On page 30 of the January 2016 issue of Allotment & Leisure Gardener magazine