Long Handled Dibber for Making Accurate Planting Holes and Seed Drills.
"A wooden dibber is invaluable for making holes of about the same size as onion sets, garlic cloves and the root balls of module-grown plants. A pointed dibber is also good for quickly making small holes for sowing large seeds like peas and beans. Small dibbbers are useful but I find it easier to use a spade handle which has been honed with a chisel and then sanded to a smooth point. Using a long-handled dibber makes it easier to view the bed from a standing position and make neatly arranged straight rows for best use of space and easier weeding." - CD
32 inches long or 42 inches long
4cm in diameter and tapering to 2cm at the top
The long handled dibber is an ash wood manure 'T' shaped fork handle. We have honed the end to a point making it the perfect precision dibber. For making planting holes without having to bend down.
Choose Your Size
We stock the long handled dibber in two sizes, 32in and 42 inches long. Please choose the required one using the Length Tab above. This dibber is 4cm in diameter tapering to 2cm at the top.