A broadfork is a gardening tool used to aerate and loosen soil. It consists of a long, handle with two tines at the end.
Broadforks can be used for a variety of gardening tasks, including preparing beds for planting, removing weeds, and turning compost piles. They are especially well-suited for working in small spaces or raised beds.
In addition, broadforks can be used in permaculture systems to create living mulches and help establish food forests. When used in combination with other permaculture techniques, broadforks can help create a more diverse and productive landscape.