Arthur's palm tool

softmentor(z9/sunset13 CA desert)July 19, 2006

Here is a picture of the tool I use to work in the date palms. There are 2 variations. This one, called a "mexican" is used mainly for dethorning. The other (not shown) is called a "salvador" and has a heavier back, especially across the curved section.

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    Bookmark   July 20, 2006 at 8:18AM
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