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GreginND

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Best/Favorite harvesting tool?

Pruners?

Crooked knife?

Razor forks?

Others?
 

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Fingers and thumbs with a ratio of 4 to 1. I harvest muscadines.

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Oops, I forgot. This site always shows the pictures upside down.
 

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Felco 310 is my favorite, They aren't expensive and stay sharp. Picking forks for those prone to cut fingers.
 

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I buy the same for my picking volunteers. Pruners work but I find the light ones are quicker to use.
Maybe because I am a klutz sometimes, but I would be afraid of cutting one of my finger off. Maybe not at the start but in after an hour or so of cutting grapes.:ib
 

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All fiscar are excellent products for the price
 

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Maybe because I am a klutz sometimes, but I would be afraid of cutting one of my finger off. Maybe not at the start but in after an hour or so of cutting grapes.:ib
I also give each person a coated leather glove for that reason
 

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