What is the difference between a mattock and pickaxe?
A mattock has a broad blade on one end of the head and a pick or axe on the other, which makes it good for digging, prying, and chopping. A pickaxe has a pick on one side and a chisel on the other, making it good for prying.
How do you use a grubbing mattock?
Is a grub hoe the same as a garden hoe?
Grub hoes are part of the most common types of garden hoes. Essentially, they are digging hoes because they use swift, downward motions to dive into the soil at a 45-degree angle to sever root systems or stems.