Gardening Scissors Pruning Shears Black Stainless Steel Tool Coarse Branch Shear Sharp Tree Yardman Flowers Durable Practical
Easy to cut off the branches, durable, not easy to wear. The knife head is treated with electroplating process to make the product beautiful and easy to rust. And it is a good helper for vegetable, fruit grower. Cut grafting stocks diameter from 5mm/0.2"-1.4cm/0.55". This product has a slightly sticky, no knotting, can improve labor efficency. With the home use, will greatly improve efficency and reduce labor costs. This product is suitable for fruit trees, tree grafting. Such as grapes citrus, loquat and other fruit trees branches, weatermelon, cucumber, tomato, eggplant and other vegetable seedings.
Description: Color: black red Material: Stainless steel Indicates processing: fine polishing Handle material: PP plastic Trimming diameter: 20 (mm) Blade length: 45 (mm) Shape: elbow Length and width: 180MM * 45MM Function: pruning branches, picking fruits, landscaping, etc.
Step 1: Hold the grafting stock in the grafting tool and squeeze the handle to make the cut,repeat this step to cut stem from the donor plant. Step 2: Slide the donor stem into the groove of the stock plant, matching the cut surfaces as closely as possible.If the stock and donor plant are not the same size, match on the side only.
Packing list: 1*Pruning shears
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Pruning shears, also called hand pruners (in American English), or secateurs,
are a type of scissors for use on plants. They are strong enough to prune hard
branches of trees and shrubs, sometimes up to two centimetres thick. They are
used in gardening, arboriculture, farming, flower arranging, and ...
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