Monthly Archives: April 2009

  • Amateur Gardening review for Speedhoe

    Amateur gardener Julia Heaton tries out the Haxnicks Speedhoe...
    Read how she got on in the attached article.
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    Amateur gardener_Haxnicks' Speedhoe in the Press

    As the 'Amateur Gardener' found out, the amazing SpeedHoe™ is strong and easy to use.  Therefore, it will soon become your best friend in the fight against weeds, or heavy lumpy soil. With several innovative design features, SpeedHoe™ outperforms every other garden hoe on the market. Most imprtantly, it's clever, ergonomic design, the only hard push needed is to find a garden hoe that is more effective at ploughing through the soil and taking out the weeds.

    In this paragraph, I’m going to discuss a few reasons why practice is important to mastering skills. Firstly, the only way to truly learn a skill is by actually doing what you’ll have to do in the real world. Secondly, I think practice can be a fun way of putting in the necessary hours. There are, however, some people who will disagree. Thirdly, and most importantly, it is said that people tend to remember only 10-20% of what they read or hear. Moreover, that number rises to as much as 90% when you put theory to practice. In conclusion, following up explanation with practice is key to mastering a skill.

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    As the 'Amateur Gardener' found out, the amazing SpeedHoe™ is strong and easy to use.  Therefore, it will soon become your best friend in the fight against weeds, or heavy lumpy soil. With several innovative design features, SpeedHoe™ outperforms every other garden hoe on the market. Most imprtantly, it's clever, ergonomic design, the only hard push needed is to find a garden hoe that is more effective at ploughing through the soil and taking out the weeds. 

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